Tank The effectiveness of a tank mix is dependent on the proper mixing order, rates, and agitation. When ingredients are mixed out of order, at the wrong rate, or with too little water, they clump and gel in the solution, decreasing performance and clogging equipment. For crop protection products, always read and follow the label directions to understand rates and ingredients order. Perform a jar test* to ensure compatibility, solubility, and stability of ingredients before modifying any of these factors. While Tank may be a critical operation in many industrial processes, it is rarely taught in the traditional chemical engineering curriculum. Mixing is important to process results, including blend time, solids suspension, gas or liquid dispersion, and heat or mass transfer. This course is designed to demystify the science of mixing by introducing theoretical concepts in a form that can be immediately applied to real-world situations. This four-day course offers university-level academic lectures with physical demonstrations. It is ideal for directors of engineering and/or research, process engineers doing research, mechanical equipment specialists, technicians, development/design engineers, chemists, or vendor engineers who are interested in understanding the fundamentals of mixing technology. Tank is specially designed to mix a single batch tank capacity from 1m3 to 2,000m3. It is also available in a fully pneumatic and electro-pneumatic configuration that can be used to mix multiple tanks at the same time with a common parameter setting. For a variety of reasons, the perforating of an oil or gas well is a major undertaking. One of the best ways to maximize production while minimizing risk is to case and perforate the well using reactive-shaped charges. In addition to lowering the overall cost of production, these techniques have the added benefit of reducing environmental impact and a lower carbon footprint than more traditional methods such as hydraulic fracturing. The best part is that they can be implemented in a matter of days with very little up-front capital expenditure. With Liberty’s innovative tank solution, the time and money saved will go a long way toward ensuring that your well is ready to produce for years to come. It is a cost-effective solution for a wide range of chemicals, paints, and coatings. Our pre-engineered packages are designed, engineered, and built to offer long trouble-free service. MB Plastics offers a basic dip pipe design which consists of a conventional carbon steel spool piece lined with FEP and fitted with a heavy-duty PTFE inner liner. This lining is flared over the top flange whenever vacuum services are required. A more complex dip pipe design with a higher strength is used when the liquid contents of the vessel require the dip pipe to penetrate into agitated or highly corrosive fluids. This is achieved by fitting a spool piece of a larger diameter outer pipe which reinforces the dip pipe lining and protects the bore and external surfaces. To assess the effect of perforation on mixing performance, a series of flow and tracer simulations were performed on a laboratory-scale contact tank. The results indicate that the perforated baffle design enhances hydraulic efficiency by 36% according to the baffling factor and mixing efficiency by 31% according to the Mo index.