The DS Jet Mixer™ can be transitioned from dormant to active mode, while the tank remains in service, without lowering the product level in tank.
All components of the DS Jet Mixer™ are stainless steel or nickel-plated, providing the mixer with excellent corrosion resistance and virtually eliminating maintenance time and expense.
The outer adaptor flange of the DS Jet Mixer™ can be manufactured to fit any manway diameter of 20″ or greater.
A powerful, diesel-driven pumping system, and the inline nature of the DS Jet Mixer™, give the DS Jet Mixing System an effective cleaning radius of more than 150 feet, as well as a focused, high-velocity jet that moves through a 120° arc. Cleaning is usually completed in three to four days, and in most cases, only needs to be performed every two to three years.
When you’re not using your DS Jet Mixing System, it rests in dormant configuration on the tank; an internal plug, an external plug, and an API conformant cover, offer three levels of leak protection.
The very first time you activate the DS Jet Mixing System, you can recover useable hydrocarbons from previously unusable sludge, increase your usable storage capacity, and reduce the time needed for future cleaning. Those benefits mean you’ll profit from your investment right away.
No operational disruptions during activation.
You can operate your DS Jet Mixing System while your tank remains operational and in service, removing the need for downtime and manual cleaning.
The DS Jet Mixing System significantly reduces the need for manual tank cleaning, and cuts down and eliminates associated health, safety, and environmental concerns.
Fewer cleanings required.
The most common reasons for unscheduled tank outages are operational issues related to accumulated tank bottoms. The DS Jet Mixing System, combined with Allerion’s Tank Bottoms Management Program, can drastically cut down sludge accumulation. This extends the period between required cleanings and reduces the likelihood of unscheduled tank outages.