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  1. A large fiberglass pipe in the center of a metal tank, with an eddy jet aerator in the center FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) jet mixer for neutralization of the liquid using either basic or acidic solutions, or for aerating the liquid. This system was designed to operate flexibly for the beverage manufacturer it belongs to.
     
  2. A large fiberglass pipe in the center of a metal tank, with an eddy jet aerator in the centerThe same aerator system as shown above, except without the pipe on the ground that provides pH control. This could be a freestanding system on its own.
     
  3. A grey pipe leads to a small eddy jet aerator, which has another dark pipe leading out of it at the base of the deviceThis eddy jet aerator is installed close to the base of the tank, which is where the majority of the solids are located.
     
  4. An eddy jet aerator with a large brown pipe extending out of itAn eddy jet aerator installed in the center of a cone-bottom tank intended for aerobic digestion purposes.
     
  5. The surface of a large tank during the process of aeration. Turbulence at the surface of the liquid is visible as a result of the jet plumes below An eddy mix jet aerator at the base of a tank, with a large brown pipe rising out of the topThe first image shows the surface of the liquid as a result of eddy aeration. The latter image shows the base of the digestor tank when empty, as well as the eddy jet aerator.
     
  6. A large blue eddy mix jet aeratorAn eddy mix jet aerator made of FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic). This eddy aerator has a 12-inch liquid line and an 8-inch air line.
     
  7. A fiberglass eddy mix jet aerator connected to a series of nozzles at the base of a large concrete tankAn eddy mix jet aerator installed on the end of a directional mix jet aerator. Other directional mix jet aerators (not shown) are arrayed around the tank. This configuration helps eliminate the build up of solids in the center of the tank.
     
  8. Eddy mix jet aeratorAn eddy mix jet aerator with 8-inch liquid line and 6-inch air line. This configuration works best for cylindrical or conical tanks.
     
  9. A man standing next to a large blue eddy jet aerator The nozzles on this eddy mix jet aerator are designed such that solids up to 2.2 inches in size will not cause blockage.
     
  10. The surface of a large rectangular tank. Multiple jet plumes of liquid form a radial pattern from the center of the eddy jet aerators, which are spread out evenly around the tank The jet plumes of multiple eddy mix jet aerators are shown while the tank for a paper pulp mill is being filled up.
     
  11. A man in a purple shirt holds up a small fiberglass eddy jet aeratorOur smallest eddy mix jet aerator is just 16.5 inches in diameter. This eddy aerator is designed to model the effects of the mixing system before a full-scale version is constructed.
     
  12. A stainless steel eddy jet aerator at the base of a tank with a conical bottom. Two large metal pipes extend out of the eddy aeratorAn eddy jet aerator at the bottom of an aerobic digester with a conical base. This aerator has larger nozzles to reduce the likelihood of solid blockage.