Komax Systems' Wafer Static Mixer Spells Efficiency


Space Saving Design Brings Static Mixing to Variety of Environments



HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. - A quick scan of the headlines indicates that industrial space is shrinking fast, but Komax Systems is working with companies in ever-tighter spaces to design a better solution - a wafer static mixer that accomplishes the same task even in the tightest possible space.



The Real Problem



Static mixers have long been a staple across industry lines because they're so useful in a variety of areas. Unfortunately, many companies, organizations, and municipalities today just don't have the length required to accommodate a traditional static mixer. The answer is a relatively simple one - the Komax Wafer Static Mixer.



"We've create the Wafer to ensure maximum flow optimization without the necessary space often required for a static mixer. It was initially built for the injection and mixing of water treatment additives, but we've found that it has a range of applications in lighter duty projects as well," said Frank Estrada/Production Manager.



The Wafer static mixer offers lower than expected pressure drops since more flow remains attached to the walls, which helps to prevent random flow disturbance, thereby reducing energy loss that is so common with conventional mixing techniques.



Designed to Meet Your Needs



Like many other Komax products, the Wafer Static Mixer isn't a one-size-fits-all application. With broad chemical compatibility, it can be customized to fit the requirements of almost any company or municipality. It can be manufactured in all piping materials and built in a range of pipe sizes from 2" to 60".



"Our wafer mixer is redefining mixing in tight environments. With Komax, you always know you're going to get excellent mixing and low cost, and this particular choice is ideal for environments where space is at a premium. It requires virtually no maintenance and is easily installed between flange connections," said Sameer Kshirsagar/Senior Applications Engineer.



Industrial space likely won't be growing any time soon, and efficient technologies like this one are only going to remain absolutely essential. 



Contact: Robert S. Smith, President, Email



Komax 15301 Graham Street Huntington Beach, CA  92649 1-800-826-0760






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