Mixing Tanks are equipped with manually operated steam spargers or heating coils, which subject to over-heating and boil-over if left unattended while heating. Mixing tanks are designed to operate as either a batch or continuous flow process. Mixing tanks are used with dyeing and bleaching machinery.
Mixing Tanks, Lift Trucks have drain coupling flush with bottom and lifting hooks. They have up to 600 gallon capacity and 2-way fork lifts. It can have covers, aluminum, stainless and carbon with steel sanitary finish up to 240 grits & heating/cooling jackets.
Mixing valves are used to mix cold water with hot water to create a regulated temperature in water being delivered from mixing valve. This might be the case in a hydronic system that uses both baseboard heat emitter and radiant floor heating. The temperature of water for the floor heating would need to be lower than that of the water for the baseboard systems. This is possible with the use of a mixing valve. Using knobs or levers on the outside body of a mixing valve is all that is required to regulate the temperature of water being delivered from the valve.