CAMix Cyclic Aerated Mixing Systems provide simultaneous aeration and mixing through a patent-pending, sequentially actuated diffused aeration system. CAMix delivers significant process benefits and substantial energy savings over conventional continuous aeration throughout the entire tank. Leveraging EnviroMix’s proven intermittent compressed gas mixing technology, CAMix introduces localized proportional air volumes to uniformly mix and aerate areas of a tank in sequence.
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CAMix directs air to one or more zones at a time, both mixing and aerating the individual zones sequentially. Air is provided from a centralized air supply or dedicated blower. The aeration valve module (AVM) and controller direct air to discrete zones based on operator selectable parameters. Instrumentation feedback can be used to automatically adjust parameters. Operation can be set to provide continuous complete tank mixing, partial mixing, or extended quiescent conditions in discrete zones or tanks.
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CAMix uniquely provides aerated mixing to meet process oxygen demands through proportional mixing air volumes. The example below uses a system designed for the industry standard 30 cubic feet per minute per thousand cubic feet of tank volume (scfm/kcf). In a conventional continuous aeration system, the blower must provide enough air to completely mix the entire tank (1,000 scfm). With CAMix, air is directed to individual zones, with the airflow rate designed around an equivalent 30 scfm/kcf per zone (250 scfm), instead of the entire tank. Energy savings of 50% or more are realized through a design using a smaller blower at lower operating horsepower (HP).
CAMix is designed to be used in industrial and municipal wastewater and water applications, such as aerated channels, equalization tanks, sludge tanks, and aerobic digesters — or any mixing limited application that would typically incorporate a conventional diffused aeration or jet aeration mixing system.