The proven and efficient hyperboloid mixing technology has now been applied and further developed for mixers used in drinking water reservoirs.
In non-agitated drinking water reservoirs, the risk of algae formation and post-contamination exists owing to the formation of temperature layers.
Moreover, chemicals used as disinfectants are not distributed sufficiently in the tank. In cold regions, moreover, ice can form in non-mixed storage tanks and ultimately cause breakage and cracking of the tank.
The HYPERMIX®-Agitator eliminates precisely these dangers and risks with minimal energy input.
As soon as the HYPERMIX®-Agitator is in motion, a flow is generated in the entire tank, which permanently and reliably breaks through the temperature stratification and homogeneously distributes the disinfectants used. This prevents ice formation.
• Generates a homogeneous and efficient flow due to the proven hyperboloid mixing technology
• Features a vortex deflector which eliminates energy losses by detaching vortexes at the agitator body
• Does not require any additional attachment in the tank. It is installed with a lifting cable
• And is drinking water certified according to NSF/ANSI/CAN Standard 61
0,55 – 1,1 kW
|Mixer Body Diameter||500 mm|
|Rotation Speed||100 – 500 rpm|
|Total Diameter||650 mm|
|Mixer Body Material||Stainless Steel V4A (DIN EN 1.4581/1.4571)|
|Total Height||800 mm|
|Design Conventions||DIN EN 1672-2:2009-07|
|Drinking Water Certificate||NSF/ANSI/CAN Standard 61|
|Optional||Photovoltaic power supply; Dosing hose (for disinfection chemicals) along the lifting rope|
WTP Garcia Carrión, Spain
Download product brochure
We would be happy to provide you with the desired document. Please enter your contact details in the form below.
You will then receive a link to the desired document by email.
Applications of the INVENT HYPERMIX®-Agitator
Efficient circulation of large volumes with the lowest energy and machine requirements. Prevention of algae formation and post-contamination and ensuring high water quality.
Thanks to the efficient mixing and induced flow, the chemicals are distributed homogeneously at all points within the container. A reduction in the amount of disinfectant required can be achieved.
Ice formation is prevented by mixing the fresh, warmer inflow with the rest of the drinking water inside the tank. This contributes significantly to the safety of the container.