Active Mixing System Installation
Gridbee Active Tank Mixing Systems
To prevent unforeseen repairs and unscheduled emergency downtime, STS offers 
tank inspections and conditional assessments:
Dive inspections
Dry inspections allowing for complete inspection 
Coating remaining life analysis for future planning
Ultrasound testing of tank bottom to measure amount of corrosion on the 
underside of the tank
Foundation integrity evaluation
Steel loss measurement to prevent expected structural failure or leaks
Security and access examination for vulnerable points such as exterior ladders,
roof vents and overflow piping
Testing to ensure proper operation of tank & components such as Liquid Level
Indicators and Sample

When additional storage capacity is needed, STS can engineer, manufacture and 
install bolted or welded steel tanks. STS is a division of Superior Tank Co., Inc. and receives special pricing on new tanks saving customers money. 

STS holds contractor licences in California (#939335) and Arizona (#269751) and utilizes internal installation teams. 
When additional storage capacity is needed, STS can engineer, manufacture and 
install bolted or welded steel tanks. STS is a division of Superior Tank Co., Inc. and receives special pricing on new tanks saving customers money. 

STS holds contractor licences in California (#939335) and Arizona (#269751) and utilizes internal installation teams. 
When additional storage capacity is needed, STS can engineer, manufacture and 
install bolted or welded steel tanks. STS is a division of Superior Tank Co., Inc. and receives special pricing on new tanks saving customers money. 

STS holds contractor licences in California (#939335) and Arizona (#269751) and utilizes internal installation teams. 

Superior Tank Solutions sells and installs various models of active tank mixing systems as well as TTHM reduction systems. Active mixing systems are designed to reduce thermal stratification and help maintain water quality through even distribution of disinfectant and elimination of water short circuiting. By mixing the water in the storage tanks, less chlorine needs to be added at the plant therefore reducing disinfectant byproduct levels. In cold climates, the mixing systems reduce ice formation and damage. Different sizes of active mixers are available including the new GS9 which is well suited to smaller tanks and offers a very affordable price. Our mixers feature laminar flow of water which produces a smooth, gentle wall of water traveling up to the surface. Once at the surface, the water flows outwards then drops back down to the tank bottom along the outside walls resulting in large circular motion of water.  As water is drawn from only a few inches above the tank floor the entire tank is evenly mixed.


For water systems needing to meet EPA Stage 2, our TTHM reduction equipment may be a cost effective and simple solution. The floating spray nozzles collects water from the bottom of the tank as it enters, treats the water then releases it at the surface. Air to power the system is supplied by a blower unit outside the tank on the tank roof or the ground next to the tank. In addition to reducing TTHM levels, these systems help to mix the tank completely.

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CA Lic. #939335  AZ Lic. #269751