Multiple sector applications of Nikuni KTM gas-mixing pumps

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Multiple sector applications of Nikuni KTM gas-mixing pumps

Nikuni KTM gas-mixing microbubble generating pumps generate a constant consistent fine bubble stream at an average diameter of 25um. Nikuni KTM pumps are used for separation by flotation, mixing gasses and liquids and for changing the state of fluids.

Applications of Nikuni KTM gas-mixing microbubble (fine bubble) generating aerator pumps for DAF systems and efficient gas-to-liquid transfer in many sectors

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Nikuni KTM gas-mixing aerator pumps have been used for over 20 years around the world across many sectors of industry to generate a consistent fine bubble discharge (microbubbles at an average diameter of 25µm) combining many different fluids and gasses.

Nikuni KTM pumps offer a range of fluid flows from 16 lpm to 700 lpm (50Hz operation, 60Hz also possible) and air or gas injection up to 10% of the fluid flow.

Typical applications:
• DAF systems
• IGF systems
• Aeration systems
• Aeration of activated sludge
• Removal of suspended solids
• Waste particle separation
• Lagoon aeration
• Ambient air into water
• Carbon dioxide injection
• Chlorine injection
• Hydrogen injection
• Methane injection
• Nitrogen injection
• Oxygen injection
• Ozone injection
• CIP systems
• Integrated circuit cleaning
• Microbubble
• Rendering plants
• Paper mill process water recycling
• Paint booth drainage
• Aquaculture - fish farming
• Depuration of shellfish
• Marine tank clarification
• Soil and ground water remediation
• Algae ponds
• Fuel systems
• Evaporation systems
• Spa bath systems

Other uses:
• Mixing liquids with other liquids
• Mixing powers into liquids

Aeration&Mixing© welcomes enquiries for new applications and adaptations of this versatile design of pump.

Please play the video shown below, it will provide a good understanding of how the KTM pump works, where it can be applied and why it can reduce energy consumption by 2/3rds when compared with other systems.