Future Engineering offers one of the most energy-efficient propeller/ impeller design available: Super-Max-Flow-Propeller™
The propellers are either 2 or 3-bladed with welded or bolted blades to the hub.
Our Super-Max-Flow-Propeller™ can be used in all our range of mixers like top, side or bottom entering mixers.
Beside this we can offer a wide choice of other propellers
in special applications several propellers, turbines or dissolvers can be mounted on the same mixer in combination with anchor-mixer.
In addition we can also offer straight angled propellers,
Max-Flow-Propellers or a various number of turbines
(HD-turbine / Rushton-turbine) when a higher degree of shear rate is desired.
Future Engineering's Super-Max-FlowPropeller™ provides the following operational advantages.
- High pumping capacity
- Up to 30% lower energy consumption than traditional propellers without non constant pitch
- Insensitivity to viscosity variations
- Well balanced
- Low glide number along the entire blade
- Low installation costs
- Peak technology for biogas reactors with a swim-layer “cutting” top impeller including and Shark-tail & Screw
Preventing of Swim-layer (WWTP & biogas)
Often agricultural (and sometimes WWTP) substrate such as grass and corn ensilages, sugar beets et cetera, mixed with other organic waste tend to float on top of the substrate in the digester, preventing proper mixing and optimal gas production.
FUTURE Engineering has a solution to prevent this problem, installing an upper propeller equipped with a “shark-tail” continuously cutting/ sweeping through the surface of the liquid.
The “shark-tail” have a determined angle, also to collect the substrate closer to the axis were a “sludge screw- Snail” is mounted, helping to push the liquid and substrate down “through” the upper propeller (propellers might need this help though a propeller only push liquid and are not able to “suck” liquid as a pump may do).
Above: showing a Super-Max-Flow-Propeller™ equipped with SHARK TAIL & SCREW