PAX Water Technologies
PAX Water Technologies provides innovative tools for maintaining high drinking water quality in the distribution system. From active mixing to disinfection byproduct removal and disinfectant control, PAX Water’s products help engineers and operators solve difficult water quality issues and achieve Stage 2 D/DBP Rule compliance. PAX Water’s flagship product, an active mixer for storage tanks, provides the industry’s best mixing performance and comes in a range of sizes to help support each utility’s water quality goals.

Address

860 Harbour Way South
Richmond, CA 94804
United States
Phone: 866.729.6493
Fax: 510.550.7127

Products + Services

The PAX Water Mixer (PWM100) is an active-vortex mixer for small water storage tanks that features a self-install design for significant cost and labor savings. more
  • The PAX Water Mixer (PWM100) is an active-vortex mixer for small water storage tanks that features a self-install design for significant cost and labor savings. more
  • The Trihalomethane Removal System (TRS) is a custom-designed aeration system for storage tanks that is optimized for cost and energy savings and helps utilities achieve Stage 2 D/DBP compliance. more
  • The PAX Water Mixer (PWM-VAM) is a horizontal active mixer for large and flat water storage tanks. more
  • The PAX Water Mixer (PWM400) is an active mixer for storage tanks that provides powerful mixing to eliminate thermal stratification and prevent water quality issues. more
  • The PAX water mixer is an efficient mixing system for water storage tanks and reservoirs. Independent of fill-cycle operations, the mixer’s patented impeller technology eliminates stratification and stagnation, and it uniformly distributes disinfectants—thereby mitigating residual loss and preventing conditions favorable to nitrification. more
  • The PAX water mixer is an efficient mixing system for water storage tanks and reservoirs. Independent of fill cycle operations, the mixer’s patented impeller technology eliminates stratification and stagnation, and it uniformly distributes disinfectants—thereby mitigating residual loss and preventing conditions favorable to nitrification. more
  • The PAX water mixer is an efficient mixing system for water storage tanks and reservoirs. Independent of fill cycle operations, the mixer’s patented impeller technology eliminates stratification and stagnation, and it uniformly distributes disinfectants—thereby mitigating residual loss and preventing conditions favorable to nitrification. more
  • PAX Water’s mixing system cost-effectively manages drinking water quality in storage tanks and reservoirs. The robust submersible system easily installs through a conventional hatch without draining the reservoir and mixes on demand to rapidly eliminate stratification, uniformly distribute disinfectants and prevent conditions favorable to nitrification. more

Videos

TRS20 Series
Mixing Eliminates Thermal Stratification in Water Tanks
Aeration for Stage 2 DBP Compliance


Thermally Homogenous but Chemically Stratified Tanks

Pinellas County, Fla., has a distribution system that is typical of many major metropolitan water systems, with over 700,000 customers, 2,000 miles of piping and several... more

Hydro Nation Reduces THMs

Scotland is blessed with a wealth of resources, including spectacular natural landscapes, a rich history and abundant fresh water. Because of the strategic and economic... more

Restoring Residual in a 120-ft-Tall Standpipe

Standpipes are among the most problematic tank geometries to mix. Inlet velocities are typically small in magnitude and horizontal in direction. The substantial majority... more

Mixer Tames Nitrification in Water Tank

Redwood City, Calif., operates a 500,000-gal ground-level steel tank with a single inlet/outlet. Located in the Bay Area of Northern California, Redwood City purchases... more

Combating DBPs in North Carolina

Stanly County, in central North Carolina, is typical of many smaller rural water utilities in the U.S. Due to excess capacity in the city water system that supplies the... more

Preventing Ice Damage in Water Storage Tanks

Ice damage inside your water storage tanks can cost you thousands of dollars every winter and can lead to expensive emergency repairs. Learn how active mixing can... more

How to Select and Specify Mixers for Potable Water Storage Tanks

Mixing in potable water storage tanks is increasingly recognized as an important factor for improving water quality and protecting tank assets. Thorough mixing... more

PAX Water Installs In-Tank Aeration at San Jose Water Co.

Richmond, Calif.-based PAX Water Technologies and Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Aqua Metrology Systems unveiled the installation of an in-tank aeration system at San Jose... more

Stinson Beach Installs Mixer in Potable Water Storage Tank

PAX Water Technologies unveiled the installation of a PAX water mixer in a potable water storage tank operated by Stinson Beach County Water District in Marin, Calif.... more

PAX Water Technologies Launches Mixer for Small Storage Tanks

PAX Water Technologies announced the launch of the PAX Water Mixer (PWM100) for small water storage tanks. The mixer features a self-install design, allowing the unit to... more

PAX Water Technologies Announces New Engineering Branch

PAX Water Technologies announced the appointment of Elizabeth A. Hirschhorn, P.E. as director of professional engineering. Hirschhorn, a registered civil engineer with... more

PAX Water Technologies Introduces THM Removal Product at ACE ‘12

PAX Water Technologies will unveil the Trihalomethane Removal System (TRS) at the AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE ‘12) in Dallas, Texas. Designed in... more

A Proactive Approach

San Jose Water Co., located in the heart of Silicon Valley in California, is used to being on the forefront of innovation. As one of the largest and most technologically... more

Selective Mixing

Pinellas County, Fla., is typical of many major metropolitan water systems, with more than 700,000 customers, 2,000 miles of piping and several large water storage... more

Mixing & Aeration Reduce THM Levels by 53% in Water Tank

The city of Rockville, Md., has taken a proactive approach to meeting water quality regulatory compliance for its drinking water system. An unexpected notice of... more

Cold-Weather Cure

Each winter, water operators in northern climates face a range of challenges due to cold weather, including main breaks and equipment outages. While these emergencies... more

Mixing it Up

A water district uses submersible mixers to prevent a deep freeze in its storage tanksRelated search terms from www.waterinfolink.com: mixer, ice formation, water... more

Product Categories

Aeration; Aeration, Equipment & Systems; Aerators; Distribution Systems; Tanks; Water Distribution Management; Tanks, Water Storage; Mixers; Mixers, Mixing Equipment & Agitators

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