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Thermoplastic Chemical Mixing Tanks



Plastic tanks for mixing chemicals

Our Chemical Mixing Tanks are manufactured in Spiral Wound Thermoplastics such as Polypropylene and High-Density Polyethylene and offer significant advantages including: –

  • A broad range of chemical resistance
  • Coned, Sloping or Flat Base choices
  • Integral Mixers and Mixer Support Gantries
  • All-Plastic internal Mixer Baffles
  • Complete Static Mixing design facility

Our in-house manufacturing allows us to offer vessels up to 4.3m diameter and capacities up to 100m3.

Chem Resist’s unique spiral winding process means we are not restricted to fixed diameters or heights – so we can manufacture what you need rather than what we can make!

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Traditional Mixing

Mixing in a vessel usually implies a tank with a large agitator and associated motor suspended over the top of the vessel, with the mixing propellor extending down into the liquid.  Significant support steelwork is often required.  Problems associated with this arrangement are more apparent when the liquid is of a highly corrosive nature, requiring exotic materials or expensive coatings.  Access to the shaft and propellor can be difficult, as can working at height for any maintenance work to the motor.  In some situations, this is the only option and one we are able to provide solutions through our extensive experience.

Mixing Recirculation

Mixing recirculation involves the promotion of fluid movement and subsequent mixing of the liquid, by drawing off a portion of the liquid through a pump and reintroducing this as a jet through a high velocity nozzle.  This action causes the bulk liquid to become entrained in the flow of the jet and so inducing the turbulent mixing action.  Further enhancement of this process can be gained by exchanging the nozzle for a venturi eductor.  The eductor employs a venturi throat, which entrains approximately four times the quantity of the pumped flow, significantly enhancing the mixing process with the increased flow rate, resulting in shorter mixing times.

Advantages Of Mixing Recirculation

  • Increased safety as there are no moving parts within the vessel
  • Moving parts at low level, with maintenance possible without draining the vessel
  • Support steelwork eliminated as a requirement
  • Fully corrosion resistant mixing
  • Reduction in costs with baffle removal
  • Virtually no wearing of eductors, resulting in long service life
  • CFD modelling helps to eliminate stagnant areas
  • Suspensions can easily be maintained
  • Fuming solutions can be totally enclosed in the vessel
  • Pre-Designed Systems
  • Statistics

Whilst Chem Resist offer bespoke solutions, we do have a range of standard mixing systems available.  These comprise of a purpose designed thermoplastic vessel, sized to the ideal proportions for this mixing technique.  The pump and venturi eductor system which complete the package are sized to give a practical liquid mixing time.


Enquire about this product

Send a message to the Chem Resist sales team for more information.

Alternatively, contact Gary Smith on +44 1924 499466 or enquiry@chemresist.com.