AERATION & MIXING LTD
Aeration&Mixing Ltd is a Sheffield based Company distributing Nikuni Co. Vortex Dynamic Filters (VDF hydrocyclones) into the EU, Middle East and elsewhere. Nikuni Co. is a long-established Japanese Company located in Kawasaki City, Japan, manufacturing a large range of hydrocyclones and related equipment packages including KTM gas-mixing aeration pumps.
Aeration&Mixing have recently despatched two more Nikuni KTM25N pump packages to a client in the waste water treatment sector where they will be installed as fine bubble generation units in DAF separation systems.Read More
Aeration&Mixing are the sole authorised EU distributors of Nikuni VDF hydrocyclones. VDF hydrocyclones are used to separate extremely small metallic particles in fluids, principally from machine tool coolant systems. Typical VDF separation performance is 90% of particles of aluminium at 10µm and above can be removed in one pass.
While Nikuni’s VDF hydrocyclones can separate many fine particles from within fluids, they were specifically designed for the effective separation of fine particles of metals from fluids, even as small as 3µm.
Installing a VDF hydrocyclone can create significant benefits for machine operators, as coolants fed to their machines will be cleaner and not suffer down-time from blocked filter elements. In fact, users across the world have found that a VDF hydrocyclone can pay for its installation by reducing maintenance and eliminating the cost of repeated filter element replacements.
Another benefit of installing a VDF hydrocyclone is that cleaner coolant increases machine tool life and can reduce tool damage. It can also have a marked effect on overall machining centre productivity, by reducing the number of passes required for fine surface finishing.
The cost savings and increase in productivity made possible by the installation of VDF hydrocyclones in coolant circuits are within the reach of every size of organisation and Aeration&Mixing welcomes enquiries for further information.Read More
Nikuni KTM Microbubble Generating PumpNikuni KTM pumps deliver a constant fine bubble stream at an average bubble diameter just 25um. Uses include separation of solids from liquids, gas injection, mixing powders with liquids etc.