Coolant Mixing is the process of literally mixing your coolant concentrate with water. The most effective method of emulsifying coolant into water is using the venturi effect mixing valve having a mixing passage formed by a tapered concentric reduction member for forming a venturi, a pair of baffles supporting the reducing member to form a mixing chamber where liquid from secondary inputs is metered by the venturi into an axial flow of liquid.
The mixing valve is particularly adapted for use with a method of hydrating concentrated polymer and mixing in recycled polymer from an eductor. The method includes passing water through a venturi, metering a flow of neat polymer and a flow of recycled polymer from the eductor into the mixing chamber by the venturi effect..
The coolant has been designed to emulsify easily under these conditions, and produce a consistant strength coolant mix.