PENGUIN EDUCTORS PENDUCTOR SYSTEMS are designed for in-tank mixing using the tank fluid as the mixing medium for solution agitation. Simple in design, these eductors systems are easy to install, operate, and maintain. Simplex systems consist of one (1) Eductors Penductor manifold assembly, hose clamps, and 10 feet of hose. Duplex systems consist of two (2) Penductor manifold assemblies, two (2) nipples, tee, hose clamps, and 10 feet of hose. Some assembly is required on both of these systems.
Eductors Penductors utilize the fluid inside the tank reservoir as the “motive” fluid, which is defined as the fluid flowing through the Penductor nozzle. The high velocity motive fluid entrains the liquid near the suction openings of the Penductor, and mixes this liquid thoroughly as it passes through the diffuser. The resulting plume of mixed fluid, flowing at an intermediate velocity, now proceeds to mix and agitate the remaining tank liquid.
PENGUIN POLYPRO AND PVDF SPARGING PENDUCTORS OR EDUCTORS are efficient space saving eductor’s designed specifically for the process / metal finishing industry for fluid sparging applications.
The nozzle design utilizes the same orifice size as a typical 3/8” NPT tank mixing eductor, with a larger connection size, which provides the same flow characteristics with less pressure drop. This can reduce the horsepower required on larger systems. The larger connection sizes allow you to use standard reducing tees without extra bushings or reducing couplings, saving you valuable tank space.
The diffuser was designed with a larger plume dispersion angle for more uniform agitation and a lower profile to allow you to utilize your tank space more efficiently.
• Custom Colors Available on Request Consult Factory
• 3 Sizes available: 3/8”, 3/4”, 1”
• Lower profile helps save your valuable tank space and makes for easier retrofits
• Larger connection sizes eliminate the need for multiple bushings when using standard fittings or
our P-Series pumps
• Larger plume dispersion angle helps eliminate dead spots between eductors
• Maximum temperature 280ºF (PVDF)