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  1. A pile of stainless steel eddy jet mixers during manufacturingDuplex stainless steel eddy jet mixers during manufacturing. These mixers are designed to suspend solids in phosphoric acid storage tanks.
     
  2. A fiberglass reinforced plastic eddy jet mixer surrounded by wood scaffolding Two fiberglass reinforced plastic eddy jet mixers surrounded by wood scaffolding An FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) eddy jet mixer with titanium hardware. These mixers are designed for pH control.
     
  3. A stainless steel eddy jet mixer A stainless steel eddy jet mixer designed for process mixing applications. The opening at the top is intended for additional entrainment through the jet nozzles.
     
  4. A stainless steel eddy jet mixer with stainless steel feet A stainless steel eddy jet mixer designed for blending and solids suspension. These mixers can be shipped completely assembled for easy installation.
     
  5. Two eddy jet mixers strapped to wooden pallets Two eddy jet mixers with 16-inch liquid flanges ready for shipment. These mixers are suitable for tanks with diameters between 50 and 70 feet.
     
  6. The surface of a liquid during mixing. A pipe extends into the liquid, and the surface shows turbulence from the mixing process A tank being filled up by an eddy jet mixer. These mixers are designed for pH control, blending, and solids suspension.
     
  7. The base and sides of a large white tank, with a smalle eddy jet mixer connected to a pipe in the center A single eddy jet mixer installed in the center of a 65 ft diameter tank.
     
  8. A small eddy jet mixer at the base of an empty tank. The mixer is attached to a brown pipe that leads out of the tank One of two eddy jet mixers in two 16.5 ft diameter tanks. The supports for the mixers and piping can be FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) or stainless steel.
     
  9. A blue eddy jet mixer with some green liquid below it A 30-inch diameter eddy jet mixer in the center of a 10 ft diameter tank. This mixer is capable of mixing tanks with diameters between 8 and 30 feet.
     
  10. A tank being filled with blue liquid by an eddy jet mixer. The jet plumes from the mixer are visible in a radial pattern from the center Individual jet plumes can be seen from each nozzle on this eddy jet mixer during tank fill-up. These plumes measure to be about 20 feet long. Plume length can be varied during the design process.
     
  11. An eddy jet mixer at the base of a metal tank. The mixer is connected to a large pipe that leads out of the tank An eddy jet mixer installed in an equalization tank with a 12 ft diameter. The mixer is designed to pass through a manway with a 24-inch diameter.
     
  12. A blue eddy jet mixer sitting above a hole in the concrete base An eddy jet mixer installed in an anaerobic digester over a sump. Suction for the recirculation pump is taken from the sump. The tank has a sloped bottom.