FLUID POWER: A full line of mixers, agitation equipment, drive systems, and impeller configurations that can be matched with each phase of water and wastewater treatment processes is available from Sharpe Mixers.
Sharpe Mixers for Water and Wastewater Treatment can be configured from fractional horsepower clamp-on mixers up to 300hp top- and side-entry agitators. Featuring HYFLO hydrofoil impellers with geometries designed to match process requirements, these mixers can incorporate a wide range of drive systems including helical and worm gear reducers and V-belt drives.
Optimized for each process, Sharpe Mixers are suitable for the different stages of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants, including: rapid and flash mixing, flocculation, lime and chemical makeup or storage, sludge holding and digestion, and equalization and neutralization. Wetted parts are available in 316SS, Duplex stainless steels, and various coatings.
Sharpe Mixers for Water and Wastewater Treatment are priced according to configuration, size, and quantity. Their design expertise and knowledge of each process requirement is critical to the customer, claims the firm.
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