The correct choice of agitator for digestion tanks
Lind Jensen has developed two different systems for the process in digestion tanks: Ejector aeration and Mixing.
Whereas the ejector aerator creates an air-flow through the injector, the agitator creates flow in the traditional way with a powerful specially designed propeller.
Which system is the best for your application, depends very much on the operating conditions. So please have a chat with one of our consultants before you decide.
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Mixing in digestion tanks
Lind Jensen’s OMPG mixers are powerful mixers, specially developed for digestion tanks and other sludge tanks with a relatively high dry matter content. Mounted either with brackets on the bottom of the tank, at either the side of the tank or at the bridge, which facilitates easy servicing.
Sludge tanks with less than 5% of dry matter in the media
Lind Jensen OMPG Mixer.
A Powerful Agitator which is specially developed for sludge tanks with a relatively high dry matter content. Mounted either with brackets on the bottom of the tank or, taking servicing into account, with brackets on the bridge or side of the tank.
- Self-cleaning propeller made of acid-proof steel or coated steel
- Planetary gear that ensures powerful transmission
- Mechanical seals in an oil bath, leakage sensor and bimetallic sensors.
- ATEX approved up to 15.0 kW
Can be supplied at 60 Hz.
|1,1 – 18,5 kW||530 – 870 mm.||222 – 350||6,3 – 13,3 m/s||0,4 – 2,0 m³/s||1 – 3 year(s)|
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