Deceivingly simple, and very effective. These ‘nozzles’ are often under-appreciated because they’re hidden from view in mixing or holding tanks. Recognized as the chameleon of the nozzle underworld, the same basic eductor design can be used to perform a multitude of functions. In a mixing tank, they will enable a smaller pump to circulate larger volumes of liquid. In a tank with liquids and solids, they can help keep the solids suspended…or sweep away the sludge that has been allowed to settle. And to quickly heat liquids in a tank, an eductor can be used for steam sparging for efficiency and tank damage control.
The trick is getting the right eductor, in the right material, in the right place. That kind of expertise can’t be packaged easily, but here is some background for starters. Eductor Theory
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