Mini Tank-Mixing Eductors utilize venturi design.

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Available with orifice diameters from 0.59–1.18 in., Mini Tank-Mixing Eductor Spray Nozzles enable small pumps to circulate large volumes of tank solution. Color-coded units are constructed of polypropylene and PVDF and can circulate 4–5 times inlet flow. Nozzle flow ranges from 0.31 gpm with circulation rate of 1.9 gpm at 10 psi to 2.9 gpm flow rate with 10.7 circulation rate at 50 psi. Applications include tanks used for plating, cleaning, phosphating, sludge, paint, and anodizing.



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BEX to Feature Mini Tank-Mixing Eductor Spray Nozzles at SURFIN 2015



Ann Arbor, MI — BEX, Incorporated, (www.bex.com), a leading manufacturer of industrial spray nozzles will display its wide array of nozzles in booth 1002 at SUR/FIN 2015, Rosemont, IL, June 8-10, 2015



Among its many nozzle products, the company will feature its series of mini tank-mixing eductors. The mini eductors, with orifice diameters ranging from 0.59 to 1.18 inch diameter, use a unique venturi design which enables smaller pumps to circulate large volumes of tank solution. The eductors will yield four to five times inlet flow, i.e. circulate four to five gallons of solution for each gallon pumped, and are used for mixing chemicals, suspending solids, adjusting pH sweeping, debris or sludge toward a filter intake, as well as many other useful applications. Typical applications include use in tanks used for plating, cleaning, phosphating, sludge, paint and anodizing to name a few.



The mini eductors are color coded based on orifice size to provide for easy identification. They are constructed of polypropylene and PVDF and used in much the same way as larger eductors, but on a much smaller scale. The venturi design allows smaller pumps to take advantage of the surrounding liquid to create a high velocity yield. The nozzle flow ranges from 0.31 gallons per minute (GPM) with a circulation rate of 1.9 GPM at 10 psi to 2.9 GPM flow rate with 10.7 circulation rate at 50 psi.



BEX Spray Nozzles are manufactured in North America with international headquarters located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; U.S. headquarters in Ann Arbor, MI, and European headquarters in Willich, Germany.

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