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  1. A close-up of a section of a fiberglass reinforced plastic directional jet mixerA close-up of a FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) directional jet mixer meant for treating mining wastewater for pH control.
     
  2. Three white directionals jet mixers on a concrete platformDirectional jet mixers in stainless steel construction during the manufacturing and inspection process.
     
  3. The nozzles of a fiberglass reinforced plastic directional jet mixerJet mixing nozzles with radial and axial flow for solids suspension and blending in deep tanks.
     
  4. A row of stainless steel directional jet mixers in the process of installation Stainless steel directional jet mixers for chemical plant mixing tanks.
     
  5. A row of four stainless steel directional jet mixer pipes during the assembly process Stainless steel directional jet mixers during the assembly process. When finished, these mixers are intended for mixing power plant wastewater in Singapore.
     
  6. A concrete tank partially filled with water. A row of directional jet mixers in operation causes several jet plumes to be visible in the water Multiple directional jet mixers are arranged around a circular channel to prevent short-circuiting.
     
  7. The base of a large empty white tank, with two directional jet mixers crossing each other at the center of the tank Two directional jet mixers will completely mix a 194 ft (59 M) diameter tank once it is filled. These mixers are used for blending tanks up to 200 feet in diameter and up to 30 feet deep.
     
  8. The base of a concrete tank partially filled with liquid. In the center, a blue directional jet mixer rises several feet above the water level A large empty circular concrete tank, with blue directional jet mixers dividing the tank base into fourths Four directional jet mixers create a counter-clockwise flow pattern in a circular tank.
     
  9. The nozzles of several blue directional jet mixers laying on the ground The manufacturing process of directional jet mixers with 8-inch liquid line and FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) supports. This design uses FRP mixers and FRP supports.
     
  10. Two grey directional jet mixers intersect in a tank Two directional jet mixers are arranged in a tank to create a crossed shape. This pattern will produce a circular counterclockwise flow in the tank.
     
  11. Two directional jet mixers intersect at the center of a tank. One pipe is bent over the other. Two directional jet mixers are arranged in a cross-over design at the base of a tank. Each mixer has 24 jet nozzles and 14-inch liquid line.
     
  12. Two directional jet mixers crossing over in the center of a tank. Jet plumes are spraying out of the nozzles The flow from two directional jet mixers at start-up. Mixers can be operated with liquid level below or above the jet nozzles.
     
  13. Two directional jet mixers form an X at the base of a concrete tank filled with liquid. Jet plumes are seen at each of the nozzles, forming a counterclockwise pattern Two directional jet mixers run on one pump and completely mix a tank with a diameter of 206 ft by producing a counterclockwise flow. This installation is for a stormwater holding tank.
     
  14. Two directional jet mixers form an X at the base of a concrete tank filled with liquid. Jet plumes are seen at each of the nozzles, forming a counterclockwise pattern The exterior of a large concrete tank Two directional jet mixers at start-up, with the jet plumes distinctly visible. Each mixer has an open ended air line on top for potential future aeration renovation.
     
  15. Two directional jet mixers form an X at the base of an almost-empty concrete tank. Jet plumes are seen at each of the nozzles, forming a counterclockwise pattern A directional jet mixer with submersible pump beginning operation with the tank almost empty.
     
  16. Two directional jet mixers form an X at the base of a concrete equalization tank partially filled with liquid. Jet plumes are seen at each of the nozzles, forming a counterclockwise pattern Jet mixing plumes from the directional jet mixers are visible in this storm holding equalization tank.