Submersible Mixers

The Flygt 4600 series features eight different sized direct drive, stainless steel Flygt compact mixers. Motor capacities range from 0.75 to 25 kW for 50Hz and 0.9 to 30 kW for 60Hz (1,5 hp to 40 hp).

Three different construction materials are available. General purpose stainless steel (ASTM 304), Hi-grade stainless steel (ASTM 316L) and Proacid (ASTM S31254).

The optional jet ring increases efficiency and thereby reduces power consumption.

Flygt submersible mixers have a specific advantage in applications such as solids suspension and liquid blending.

Xylem Water Solutions mixers can be found in wastewater treatment plants, pulp mills, off-shore drilling rigs, farms, chemical processing plants, breweries, mines, steelworks and many more...

The submersible solution is often preferred over dry-mounted mixer installations. It presents a quick and easy installation with low capital investment since there is no need for costly catwalks, external transmission or concrete motor supports.

Thanks to the flexibility of installation, the mixing equipment can be used in existing tanks without the need for expensive alterations to the site.

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The Xylem Water Solutions 4410 and 4430 Flygt mixers have alternative motor capacities of up to 4.3 kW for 50Hz and 4.6 kW for 60Hz (6.2 hp). Together with different gear ratios and various propeller diameters of up to 2.5 m (98 3/8 in), optimised selections for each application can be provided.

The cast mixer is available with alternative coatings, depending on the application.

Low speed submersible mixers are used for moving large volumes of low viscosity liquids.

Typical applications include wastewater treatment plants, lagoons, water reservoirs, ice prevention, chemical processing plants, breweries and others...

For Service requirements, contact Ajay Industries.

The new family of 4850, 4860 and 4870 Top-Entry Agitators is developed for vertical applications.

The basis for the development of the top-entry agitator range was to construct a range of reliable and robust machines capable of operating for lengthy time periods with very low power consumption, Life Cycle Cost (LCC) and a very insignificant environmental footprint without compromising the highest quality Flygt products are known for across a plethora of industries.

Designed with an enhanced service factor, the parallel gear motors ensure efficient and reliable operation. The cast iron bearing housing beneath the geared motor carries and disperses the radial forces induced by the agitator.

The critical speed is calculated for every agitator and is never allowed to be excessive. Should longer shafts be required, it will always be supported by means of a bottom steady bearing (4850) or a shaft stabilizer (4860; 4870).

Installing a shaft stabilizer or a bottom bearing at the end of the agitator shaft ensures steady operation of the agitator while preventing undue shaft deflection.

Agitator alignment leveling is accomplished via a patented leveling flange unit which enables one person to carry out the adjustment with ease.

Dry-installed N-technology for efficient mixing

Flygt jet mixers combine the patented Flygt N-pump with an innovative ejector assembly for high-efficiency, low-cost mixing. These are ideal for demanding wastewater and sludge applications where dry installation is preferred.

Combining two Flygt innovations into a powerful Flygt jet mixer system provides the highest sustained efficiency at the lowest possible cost. Extremely versatile, this floor-mounted system delivers powerful mixing performance in low liquid levels and partially filled tanks just as well as it does in full tanks.

Carefully engineered, the non-clogging ejector assembly consists of a large discharge nozzle and an ejector pipe with a specially shaped inlet. The diameter of the nozzle outlet is designed to handle any size solid that can pass through the pump. The pump creates a primary flow that is delivered to the tank through the nozzle. As this flow enters the ejector pipe, a secondary flow is induced from the surrounding liquid.

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