When you need to disperse a polymer

Whether your polymer is a clay mineral, a sugar or a gel additive, it will clog your pump and your lines if you fail to mix it properly. Depending on its molecular structure, a polymer may clump when added to water. The last thing you want is to clog your dispersion system, but that’s exactly what happens with an improperly mixed polymer. A clogged system means lost time and money, not to mention possible damage and replacement costs.

Run it through the Hootonanny

C.E. Hooton Sales has the answer: the Hootonanny (Figure 1), a non-stick anti-static polypropylene, PVC, dry-polymer eductor:

  • Designed for mixing water-soluble polymers

  • Built to disperse without clogging

  • Enhanced for higher pressure

  • Optimized for high flow-rate performance

  • Tested against the highest quality-control standards

Photo of the Hootonanny

Figure 1: Hootonanny

Adapt the Hootonanny to your needs

The Hootonanny is useful for an assortment of industrial applications such as:

  • Municipal water treatment plants

  • Environmental cleanup

  • Drill shaft construction

  • Mining

  • Metals

  • Oil and fuel

Think outside the box

The simplicity and adaptability of its design has made the Hootonanny a reliable polymer dispersion system for fifty years. Its industrial uses are almost unlimited, and companies are using them for an expanding variety of applications. Why not consider how you can use the Hootonanny to finish work quicker and preserve your dispersion system.