(Jet) Mixing Matters

Better Hydraulic Mixing with Less Energy Demand

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The Anaerobic Digestion process uses bacteria to break down waste into biogas.  This process in turn depends on four key components: lack of oxygen, a stable temperature (typically 95°F), a steady feed rate and adequate mixing.  Mixing is an important part of the process because it maximizes reaction rates and increases the amount of biogas produced.

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