Aeration & Mixing Ltd have been
supplying Nikuni Co. KTM microbubble generating pumps and
hydrocyclones to a wide range of industrial sectors around the world
Working alongside the leading Japanese manufacturer of microbubble
generation products Nikuni, Aeration & Mixing Ltd is able to offer
one of the most comprehensive ranges of equipment covering
applications ranging from separation by floatation and mixing
powders into liquids to aeration and the removal of metal particles
from coolant and cutting fluids in the precision engineering
Aeration systems/Aeration of activated sludge
... Removal of suspended solids/Waste
... DAF systems/IGF systems
... Carbon dioxide injection/Chlorine
... Ozone injection/CIP
systems/Integrated circuit cleaning
... Lagoon aeration/Ambient air into
... Paint booth drainage/Aquaculture
... Soil and ground water
... Fuel systems/Evaporation
systems/Spa bath systems
... Methane injection/Nitrogen
... Mixing liquids with other
liquids/Mixing powders into liquids
KTM Gas-Mixing Fine Bubble Generating Pumps
For more than 20 years Nikuni KTM gas
mixing pumps have been used around the world and in many sectors of
industry to produce microbubbles for mixing fluids and gases. The
average fine microbubble diameter is 25um.
These innovative pumps are capable of providing fluid flows from
16Ipm to 700Ipm and air or gas injection of up to 10% of fluid flow.
More than one gas can be injected at the same time.
All Nikuni pumps supplied by Aeration & Mixing are also supplied
with a complete air nozzle assembly.
Nikuni pumps can be used to inject air, ozone, hydrogen, oxygen,
flue gas, methane, carbon dioxide, chlorine, nitrogen and more into
carrier fluids and can also be utilised to mix powders with liquids.
No compressor is required, these pumps draw-in their own air or gas
Nikuni KTM Pump Installation Kits and Packages
This range of innovative products was
created to facilitate good pump installation practise to ensure all
of the right components are available on hand and that the pumps
will operate at the most efficient level.
The kits come with all the correct sized components required
ensuring efficient use and also to ensure all of the parts are
available to connect a KTM pump to an A&M excess air tank.
& Mixing A & M Aerator/Mixers for Treatment of Waste Water
The aerator mixers from Aeration &
Mixing Ltd have been specifically designed for the treatment of
large volumes of industrial waste water and are available in three
sizes to enable operation in depths ranging from 2 to 6 metres.
These robust aeration mixers can either be installed in a grid
pattern or along one wall so whatever your requirements are you'll
find a product to suite your particular application.
VDF Hydrocyclone Filter/Separator
The Nikuni VDF range of hydrocyclone
filter/separators from Aeration & Mixing have been developed to
extract solid particles from a vast range of fluids.
Originally designed for the removal of metallic particles from
machine tool coolant and other cutting fluids the Nikuni VDF
Hydrocyclone Filter/Separator is capable of extracting solid
particles from a wide range of fluids.
This high performance product has no moving parts and uses a
media-free cyclonic vortex to remove metallic contamination and
enhance the performance of machine tool cutting fluids by removing a
high percentage of metal particles which are present in the flow of
coolant during cutting operations. At least 95% of aluminum
particles down to 10um can be removed in one pass.
Excess Air Tanks
Designed specifically for use with
Nikuni KTM Microbubble Generating Pumps the range of Excess Air
Tanks from A & M are now available in Stainless Steel 316 and come
in sizes to meet all KTM Pumps.
They are also available manufactured in PN10 Polypropylene for pumps
of up to KTM 40 so for more information please visit our website.
This is just a tiny sample of the wide range of innovative products,
equipment and spare parts offered by Aeration & Mixing Ltd.
If you would like to find out more about the whole range of products
available or require any technical advice please head over to the
website or get in touch.