Water Treatment Mixer Vessels

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Water Treatment Mixer Vessels

Enduramaxx Water Treatment Mixer Vessels perform a key role in high volume applications inherent in the pre-treatment of drinking water and treatment of wastewater/effluent ready for discharge back into the environment.

Water treatment industries choose a range of techniques to process drinking water including Water Treatment Mixers.  Several treatments may be applied to remove contaminants in a series of dosing and cleansing methods. Usually flocculation, filtration, disinfection and sedimentation are required to treat raw water prior to transportation to consumers. Enduramaxx mixers and agitators offer important roles in this processing whether dosing or solid suspension techniques are needed. Whether upthrust or down thrust applications are needed a variety of reliable, durable machines quickly assist the water industry with efficient operating drives with optimum performance impeller types.

Treatment of sewage and effluent is essential to ensure the ultimate receiving watercourse does not become polluted with chemical and biological components which fall outside statutory limits. However, the degree of treatment required will vary according to the volume and composition limits of the raw effluent and conditions at the point of discharge. Enduramaxx experts work closely with clients to design a solution which meets the current and anticipated needs of each specific application.

Primary water treatment / sewage treatment typically involves:

  • The removal of solids by physical screening or sedimentation
  • The removal of soluble and fine suspended organic pollutants by biological oxidation and adsorption processes.

Both forms of treatment produce sludge by-products, and these must be treated and used or disposed of in an economical and environmentally acceptable way.

Enduramaxx mixers are designed with high-quality materials which are resistant to the chemicals used in agglomeration, coagulation, flocculation and suspension. Equally important, the dispersion and blending in the effluent must be complete and consistent to provide the results before discharge.

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