Flocculators Sludge Agitators

Flocculators provides gentle agitation by slow moving paddles. This action serves to break up the mass rotation of liquid and promote mixing.


The specially designed flocculating paddles enhance flocculation of the feed solids. Low tip speeds create a gentle rotary mixing which promotes floc development. Increased particle contact will promote floc growth and aids faster settling


Low tip speeds provide gentle mixing and minimize shearing action on established floc. Flocculators of various sizes and material of construction are available as per the application.





Key Technical Parameters


Motor Power 0.37-100 kW
Shaft Diameter 25-200 mm
Operating Pressure Atmospheric
Impeller Type Paddle, Anchor, Rushton turbine
Materials (Wetted Parts) MS, EN-8, SS304, SS316, SS316L, Nickel Base Alloy, Duplex & Super Duplex Steel, (Comes with Various Lining RL, FRP, PP, PTFE)




  • Designed for precise and efficient flocculation processes.
  • Offers adjustable mixing speed to meet specific flocculation requirements.
  • Built with a robust design to withstand rigorous industrial applications.
  • Requires minimal maintenance, reducing downtime and optimizing productivity.
  • Available with different types of gearbox (Inline Helical, Planetary, Bevel).
  • Noise and vibration reduction design for a quieter and smoother operation.




Water and Wastewater Treatment

  • Industrial flocculators are extensively used in water and wastewater treatment plants.
  • They aid in the flocculation process, promoting the aggregation of fine particles to form larger flocs for easier removal.

Industrial Effluent Treatment

  • Industrial flocculators find applications in treating effluent from various industries, such as chemical, mining, and textile.
  • They assist in removing pollutants and contaminants, ensuring compliance with environmental regulations

Pulp and Paper

  • Industrial flocculators are employed in the pulp and paper industry for wastewater treatment and fiber recovery processes.
  • They help in separating and removing suspended solids, fibers, and contaminants from process effluents

Chemical Manufacturing

  • Industrial flocculators are used in chemical manufacturing plants for the treatment of wastewater generated during production processes.
  • They aid in the separation and removal of chemical by-products, suspended solids, and contaminants.

Power Plants

  • Industrial flocculators are employed in power plants for the treatment of flue gas desulfurization (FGD) wastewater.
  • They aid in the removal of pollutants, heavy metals, and suspended solids from the FGD wastewater streams.

Municipal Water Treatment

  • Flocculators are used in mining and minerals processing plants for solid-liquid separation processes.
  • They aid in the settling and dewatering of mineral slurry, allowing for efficient extraction and recovery of valuable minerals.

Mining and Minerals Processing

  • Flocculators are used in mining and minerals processing plants for solid-liquid separation processes.
  • They aid in the settling and dewatering of mineral slurry, allowing for efficient extraction and recovery of valuable minerals.

Food and Beverage Processing

  • Flocculators find applications in the food and beverage industry for the clarification and treatment of process wastewater.
  • They assist in the removal of organic matter, suspended solids, and impurities from the effluent streams.

Oil and Gas Industry

  • Flocculators find applications in the oil and gas industry for the treatment of produced water and wastewater.
  • They assist in the removal of oil, suspended solids, and other contaminants before disposal or reuse.


Know more about mixing Technology


These mixer agitators are comes in several specifications as per the need of our customers. The offered mixer agitators are tested from our end in order to deliver a defect free range to customer's end. Our mixer agitators are developed with quality material under the direction of skilled professionals.


We ensure the highest quality & performance of our Agitators. At the same time, we have a very strong performance track record of supplying various types of agitators for various applications.


Ask more to our Agitator Design Experts


  • Tip Speed
  • Pumping Capacity
  • Detention Time
  • ChemScale
  • Velocity gradient
  • Torque
  • Specific Power
  • Material of Construction


Agitator Manufacturing Champions


  • Accuracy of Machining
  • Lathe Machine, CNC, VMC
  • Qualified & Approved Welding Procedures


Tests Conducted by the Verito Quality Specialties


  • Run Trail
  • Noise
  • Vibration
  • RPM
  • Current
  • Run Out
  • DFT
  • Dimensions
  • Dynamic & Static Balancing
Chemical & Mechanical
  • UT
  • PMI
  • DP
  • PT


Final Assembly


  • We care about the Aesthetics of our Products


CFD in Mixing Technology
What is CFD ?


  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) represents an approved approach within the realm of fluid mechanics. Its widespread application is evident in industries such as automotive, aircraft, process, and mixing.
  • The primary objective of CFD is to address fluid flow-related inquiries by leveraging numerical techniques. The governing equations typically revolve around principles like Navier-Stokes, Euler, or potential-based equations.


Flow Simulation at Verito


  • Verito leverages cutting-edge Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) technology, alongside laboratory experiments and field trials, to design, scale-up, enhance, or modernize agitators and mixing systems.
  • Verito's engineers utilize CFD technology to gain an in-depth understanding of velocity distribution, flow patterns, areas with low velocity (referred to as dead zones, as illustrated in Figures 1, 2 & 3), as well as regions with both low and high shear rates within various mixing system configurations.
  • This enables the testing of multiple system setups and tank agitator designs to achieve optimal performance. Additionally, CFD technology aids Verito in fine-tuning impeller blade designs to strike a balance between power requirements and pumping capacity.


Key Outcomes of CFD-Studies


  • In-depth Information of Flow pattern
  • Areas with the potential of low mixing intensity can be pinpointed and rectified.
  • Availability of crucial process parameters like shear and energy dissipation
  • Evaluation of different design options
  • Shortened project timelines for complex process mixing systems
  • Mitigation of project risks
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