Mixing it with the best

January 2008
DEMM: Engineering & Manufacturing;Jan2008, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports that Matpack Ltd. has been appointed by Pulsair Systems Inc. to promote its unique mixing systems to the New Zealand market. Pulsair Systems is a leading provider of pneumatic mixing systems designed for municipal and industrial wastewater process applications. By harnessing the power of the Pulsair bubble, the system can combine a wide range of liquid viscosities, specific gravities and slurries efficiently. Pulsair process can provide up to 75 percent less energy consumption than conventional mechanical mixing methods.


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