The MTS jet mixing systems are a highly turbulent submerged mixer technology. Jet mixing is a highly efficient method to distribute mixing energy while minimizing horsepower requirements.
Each MTS mixing jet nozzle consists of two liquid nozzles nested together. The primary flow is typically provided by either a dry-pit or submersible pump that draws suction from the tank being mixed. The primary flow is pumped through the inner mixing jet into the outer mixing jet, creating an education effect and introducing additional circulation through the three entertainment holes in the outer mixing jet. The combined flows are mixed in the outer mixing jet and jetted out into the bulk fluid as a homogeneous, high-velocity liquid plume. Velocity gradients in the liquid plume entrain additional liquid re-circulation in the bulk fluid.