Plastic Eductor nozzles will reduce suspended solids settling, improve circulation, maintain uniformed characteristics, mix chemicals, and help move solids along the bottom of the tank. There are two basic elements to the eductor nozzle, a discharge orifice and venturi section. The Eductor nozzles are submersed inside the tank. Motive liquid is pumped under pressure through the discharge orifice, the jet of motive liquid enters the venturi section taking additional liquid from the tank and moving it through the venturi. A discharge plume of combined motive and liquid exits the venturi and continues the mixing and agitating action for a substantial distance. This creates a multiplying effect on fluid flow. Depending on the model and operating pressure the volume of liquid discharged can be up to four to five times greater than the volume of fluid pumped. This operation reduces energy used and saves money.
Maximum temperature limit 170° F (77° C)
Plastic Eductor Nozzle 1/2″ BSP 120