Jet Aeration Systems
Submersible Self-aspirating Aerators
Since 1984, Mass Transfer Systems (MTS) has been supplying jet aeration and mixing systems to industries and municipalities throughout the world. The majority of our product consist of "engineered systems" for biological and other waste treatment processes and a variety of industrial mixing applications.
In 1995, MTS began offering a product line of submersible self-aspirating aerators to provide oxygen for both municipal and industrial biological and waste treatment processes. The submersible self-aspirating aerator does not require a forced air system (i.e blowers) and is easily installed into existing treatment tanks with little or no modification.
Mass Transfer Systems offers jet aeration systems in different configurations such as directional and bi-directional jet aeration manifolds systems as well as radial jet aeration pod systems. MTS jet aeration equipment has transferred over 4 billion pounds (1.8 billion Kg) of oxygen, making it the most widely applied aeration system in biological treatment plants worldwide. From large, turnkey installations to the smallest aeration project, there is no jet aeration project too big or too small for Mass Transfer Systems jet aeration systems.
Mass Transfer Systems offers jet mixing systems in different configurations such as directional and bi-directional jet mixing manifolds, as well as radial jet mixing pod systems. As with the jet aeration systems, there is no project too large or too small for Mass Transfer Systems jet mixing systems.
The MTS Aspirator provides oxygen transfer by aspirating the ambient atmospheric air, thus negating the need for air blowers. This easy to install, portable, dependable aerator has been utilized in multiple applications such as; sludge holding tanks, aerobic digesters, activated sludge tanks, storage tanks, equalization basins, stormwater basins, and post-aeration applications.
Mass Transfer Systems offers a line of floating effluent decanters. The MTS design utilizes a swing joint that allows for a wide range of decanting. The standard material of construction for the decant arm is stainless steel. Fiberglass construction is available as an option.