Pulsair Systems, Inc

Pulsair`s industrial frac mixers for oil & gas industry - Oil, Gas & Refineries

Industrial frac mixing equipment for oil & gas exploration. As a leading supplier of industrial fracking tank agitators and mixers, Pulsair Systems is redefining the oil & gas industry with increased options for improving efficiency, lowering energy costs and streamline the hydraulic fracturing process with our industrial frac tank agitation and mixing solution . The Pulsair mixing process allows drillers and operators to ensure homogenous fluid consistency for their fracking fluid prior to being pumped downhole.

The Pulsair frac tank mixer agitator produces powerful, sequentially timed pulsed of compressed air to generate large bubbles at the bottom of a hydraulic fracking fluid storage tank. The rising air bubbles create immediate vertical circulation of the fracking fluid and stirs the entire frac tank from the bottom up. Accumulator plates are attached to the frac tank bottom and introduce the compress air bubbles. The burst of compressed air from underneath the plate scours the frac tank bottom and efficiently lifts solids and heavier liquids up into the tank. This “bottom-up” vertical mixing process keeps solids is suspension, ensures uniform mud consistency in the frac tank. This type of frac tank mixing is faster and more energy efficient than top entry mixers or jet mixers. The Pulsair frac tank agitator system can be custom designed to fit any size frac tank or vessel regardless of its geometry shape or hull design.

  • Maintains homogenous slurry of proppants
  • Keeps solid materials in suspension
  • Uses less energy than mechanical mixers
  • Speed & power adapts to a variety of fluids
  • Helps scour the tank bottom during cleaning
  • Creates immediate vertical circulation in tanks
  • Extra internal motor supports are unnecessary
  • Mixes liquids with high % of solids & high viscosities
  • Operates at any liquid level in the tank
  • Achieve desired mixing target faster

  • Conventional linear gels
  • Borate-crosslinked fluids
  • Organometallic-crosslinked fluids
  • Aluminum phosphate-ester oil gels