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Model 20100 Tank

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Model 20100 Tank

Mixing Eductors

 

for improved in-tank solution circulation and agitation. Tank Mixing Eductors...a cost effective method for optimizing liquid tank performance

 

MITSUDA Systems Co.’s Model 20100 Tank Mixing

Eductor,when combined with a centrifugal pump,improves

liquid cir-culation and agitation in closed or open reciculating

process tanks.The eductor contains no moving parts to wear out

or maintain.It provides a homogeneous fluid mix between the

bottom and top of the tank without the use of costly and inefficient

air agitation.Not only is it a cost-effective way for achieving optimum

liquid tank performance,it also allows smaller pumps to circulate larger

volumes of tank sotution for possible energy savings.

 

Eductor’s large flow opening and ‘’flow through’’

Chamber minimize clogging for maximum liquid circulation

 

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Severel disinct operating principles are key to the Model

20100 Tank Mixing Eductor’s in tank-performance.First of all,liquid under

pressure is pumped into the eductor through its large flow opening that helps

minimize clogging. As the liquid exits the eductor at high velocity,it draws surrounding

solution through eductor’s ‘’flow-through’’ chamber that’s designed to eliminate internal

material build-up.Then,this additional liquid flow mixes with the pumped solution and

multiplies its volume.This means that the eductor can pull in or ‘’entrain’’up to 4additional gallons

(15,1 liters) of surruonding solution for every 1 gallon(3.8 liters)pumped

Through the eductor.

Because of this multiplying effect, smaller pumps can be used

to circulate large volumes of liquid.Since smaller pumps ara less

expensive to purchase and they use less energy to operate,singnificant

cost savings can be realized.

 

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Additional eductor benefist:reduced

Maintenance,improved product quality

 

 

 

 

The eductor prevents particulate from settling on the

tank bottom.By keeping the particulate in suspension,filtra-

tion system clogging is prevented.This translates to a cleaner

tank and reduced maintenance time.Product quality is also

maintained or improved since the eductor’s high circulation

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Engineering Considerations

Thank Turnover

The capacity and number of tank mixing

eductors is determined by the turnover

rate.The turnover rate is defined as the

entire liquid contents of a tank is completely

circulated through the eductors per hour.Please

note that the turnover rate will vary according

the characteristics of the application.

                 For ezample:

.Most plating and rinsing tanks require

3 to 20 turnovers per hour.

Other plating tanks may require

more than 30 turnovers per hour.

.Cleaning tanks require at least 10

Turnovers per hour.

Heavily soiled tanks require up to

20 turnovers per hour.

.Critical cleaning tanks require

Turnover rates of more than 20

turnovers per hour.

To find the required flow per

minute, multiply the appropriate

turnover rate by the tank volume,

then divide by 60.By using the

performance chart,find the eductor

that has best eddective flow field for

your tank configuration.Once the eductor

size has been found,the number of

eductors can be determined by dividing

the circulataion rate of this eductor at the given

pressure into the required flow per minute.

 

 

Tank Mixing Eductor Configurations

 

 

located eductor.Also,little agitation accurs below the level of the eductor.Eductors should be positioned as close as possible to the bottom of the tank for maximum liquid turnover.Here are a few examples of typical eductor configurations.

 

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Rates ensure a thoraugh mixing action…Liquid uniformity

temperature, pH levels,solids or  gas dispersion,and distribu-

tion of chemicals-is maintained throughout the tank.

 

Compact desing simplifles mounting;saving

Time and Money

The Model 20100 Tank Mixing Eductor also features a very

Compact desing, ıts compact size prevents the eductor from

İnterfering with plating racks and other in-tank equipment.

Plus,its in-tank mounting capability eliminates the need for

İntiracate above tank mounting structures.

 

Expanded line includes more material choices

and inlet connection sizes

The Model 20100 Tank Mixing Eductor is constructed

For excellent durability, corrosion resistance,and chemical

Resistance.For general use applications,like cleaning,

coating, mixing, and rinsing,the eductor is available in

glass-reinforced polypropylene version features a 1/4 ‘’,

3/8’’. 3/4’’, or 1-1/2’’ NPT or BSPT (M) inlet connection

And has a *maxsimum operating temperature of 200 F (93 C) at 50 psi

(3.5 bar).Inlet connection sizes fort he stainless steell model include

3/8’’ , 3/4’’ . and 1-1/2’’ NPT or BSPT (M).

 

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New to the line is a KYNAR’’ (PVDF) version of the Model

20100 Tank Mixing Eductor.The KYNAR eductor was desingned

Expressly for improved solution circulation and agitation in plating applications

For circuit board manufacturing.In this application,the eductors aid in the process

Of cothode film removal.With the eductors mounted on a series of headers at the

Side of the plating tank,circulation between the plating racks and across the circuit board

Surface increases-allowing for improved plating.It is available with a 1/4’’ NPT or BSPT (M) inlet

Connection and has a ‘’maximum operating  temperature of 220 F (104 C) at 50 psi (3.5 bar).

 

 

To learn more about the Model 20100 Tank

Mixing Eductor…

Additional erformation is available on the Model 20100 Tank

Mixing Eductor.Contact your local MITSUDA Systems CO.sales

engineer to learn more or visit our  Wep site at www.mitsuda.com.tr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                        for improved in-tank solution

                        circulation and agitation

     

 

 Tank Mixing Eductors...a cost-effective method for optimizing liquid tank performance

 


 

MITSUDA Systems Co.’s Model 20100 Tank Mixing Eductor,when combined with a centrifugal pump,improves liquid cir-culation and agitation in closed or open recirculating  process tanks. The eductor contains no moving parts to wear out or maintain. It provides a homogeneous fluid mix between the bottom and top of the tank without the use of costly and  inefficient air agitation. Not only is it a cost-effective way for achieving optimum liquid tank performance,it also allows smaller pumps to circulate larger volumes of tank sotution for possible energy savings.

 

 

 


 

Eductor’s large flow opening and ‘’flow through’’

 

Chamber minimize clogging for maximum liquid circulation

 

Severel disinct operating principles are key to the Model    20100 Tank Mixing Eductor’s in tank-performance.First of all,liquid under pressure is pumped into the eductor through its large flow opening that helps minimize clogging. As the liquid exits the eductor at high velocity,it draws surrounding solution through eductor’s ‘’flow-through’’ chamber that’s designed to eliminate internal material build-up.Then,this additional liquid flow mixes with the pumped solution and multiplies its volume.This means that the eductor can pull in or ‘’entrain’’up to 4additional gallons (15,1 liters) of surruonding solution for every 1 gallon(3.8 liters)pumped through the eductor.

 

Because of this multiplying effect, smaller pumps can be used  to circulate large volumes of liquid.Since smaller pumps ara less expensive to purchase and they use less energy to operate,singnificant cost savings can be realized.

 

 

 

Additional eductor benefist: reduced maintenance, improved product quality

 

The eductor prevents particulate from settling on the tank bottom.By keeping the particulate in suspension, filtration system clogging is prevented.This translates to a cleaner tank and reduced maintenance time.Product quality is also maintained or improved since the eductor’s high circulation

Engineering Considerations



The capacity and number of tank mixing eductors is determined by the turnover rate.The turnover rate is defined as the entire liquid contents of a tank is completely circulated through the eductors per hour.Please note that the turnover rate will vary according the characteristics of the application. For ezample: .Most plating and rinsing tanks require 3 to 20 turnovers per hour.

Other plating tanks may require more than 30 turnovers per hour

. Cleaning tanks require at least 10 Turnovers per hour. Heavily soiled tanks require up to 20 turnovers per hour.

.Critical cleaning tanks require Turnover rates of more than 20 turnovers per hour. To find the required flow per  minute, multiply the appropriate turnover rate by the tank volume,

then divide by 60.By using the performance chart, find the eductor that has best eddective flow field for your tank configuration.Once the eductor  size has been found,the number of eductors can be determined by dividing the circulataion rate of this eductor at the given  pressure into the required flow per minute.


 

Tank Mixing Eductor Configurations

In larger tanks, eductors positioned around the tank provide more effective mixing than one centrally located eductor.Also,little agitation accurs below the level of the eductor.Eductors should be positioned as close as possible to the bottom of the tank for maximum liquid turnover.Here are a few examples of typical eductor configurations.

 

 

rates ensure a thoraugh mixing action…Liquid uniformity temperature, pH levels,solids or  gas dispersion,and distribution of chemicals-is maintained throughout the tank.

Compact desing simplifles mounting;saving time and money

The Model 20100 Tank Mixing Eductor also features a very compact desing, ıts compact size prevents the eductor from İnterfering with plating racks and other in-tank equipment. Plus,its in-tank mounting capability eliminates the need for intiracate above tank mounting structures.

Expanded line includes more material choices and inlet connection sizes

The Model 20100 Tank Mixing Eductor is constructed for excellent durability, corrosion resistance,and chemical resistance.For general use applications,like cleaning, coating, mixing, and rinsing,the eductor is available in glass-reinforced polypropylene version features a 1/4 ‘’,3/8’’, 3/4’’ or 1-1/2’’ NPT or BSPT (M) inlet connection and has a *maxsimum operating temperature of 200 F (93 C) at 50 psi (3.5 bar). Inlet connection sizes fort he stainless steell model include 3/8’’ , 3/4’’ and 1-1/2’’ NPT or BSPT (M).

New to the line is a KYNAR’’ (PVDF) version of the Model 20100 Tank Mixing Eductor. The KYNAR eductor was desingned expressly for improved solution circulation and agitation in plating applications for circuit board manufacturing.In this application,the eductors aid in the process  of cothode film removal.With the eductors mounted on a series of headers at the side of the plating tank,circulation between the plating racks and across the circuit board surface increases-allowing for improved plating.It is available with a 1/4’’ NPT or BSPT (M) inlet  connection and has a ‘’maximum operating  temperature of 220 F (104 C) at 50 psi (3.5 bar). 

To learn more about the Model 20100 Tank Mixing Eductor…

Additional erformation is available on the Model 20100 Tank Mixing Eductor.Contact your local MITSUDA Systems CO.sales engineer to learn more or visit our  Wep site at www.mitsuda.com.tr




 

Performance Data 

 

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Model 20100 Tank Mixing Eductor Specifications

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