A common complaint of biopellets used in mixing reactors is the lack of uniform mixing, clumping and channeling that can occur when biopellets sometimes stick together. Like the eductor-modified biopellet reactors, the Avast Marine biopellet mixing nozzle is a handy accessory that addresses some of these issues and more. The $16 biopellet mixing nozzle is a conically shaped shower head of sorts which helps keep biopellets aggressively churned and it simply slip-fits onto the 1/2 inch tubing that feeds the Avast Marine biopellets reactors.
Additionally the Avast Marine biopellet mixing nozzle has an outlet fine enough to prevent biopellets from back-siphoning out of the reactor in the event of a power interruption. If you have a “standard” biopellet reactor with the first-generation fluidizing plates, you may consider accessorizing it with this handy nozzle, a video of which is embeded past the jump. [Avast Marine]
[youtube width=”680″ height=”400″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTVGNMVMx9U[/youtube]