Mixing system

Sponsored by
Tideflex Technologies

Tideflex® Technologies' Tideflex® Mixing System (TMS) greatly improves the quality of drinking water in finished water storage reservoirs. The TMS is a combination of patented Tideflex Check Valve technology and a piping manifold that separates the inlet and outlet. The TMS can be installed in new or existing water storage tanks of all shapes and sizes to eliminate stagnation and short-circuiting. Operating on the differential pressure that is already in place, the TMS keeps energy costs low, while the all-elastomer construction of the Tideflex Check Valve renders the system virtually maintenance free.

Tideflex Technologies, Red Valve Co. Inc.
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