Understanding Water Tower Mixing Systems Water Tower Mixtures is a water mixing equipment term given to a group of equipment used in order to mix raw water in large scale amounts and containers to be used for domestic, agricultural or industrial purposes. The term water towers is generally used to describe either a single working water tower or a series of them, most often grouped together in irrigation schemes or to supply water to large scale farming. It can also refer to a system which provides water for domestic purposes like cooking, washing, bathing, drinking and sanitizing, as well as an industrial pumping station used to irrigate large scale agricultural lands. The main benefit of using water towers is the lower costs involved in running a variety of operations required in the agricultural sector. This is mainly because a large part of the water tanks and other equipment are not actually necessary to run these systems, making the setup cost much lower than other more traditional forms of water storage and pumping. The water tower mixing systems generally fall into two major categories. There are those which utilise gravity to mix the water and then send it to various destinations by way of long pipes. These pipes can be buried beneath the ground or laid on the surface and are usually made of concrete. The second type of water storage tank is those that use gravity for mixing and then direct the water to the desired destination via long pipes. However, both of these types can also use man-made material like steel to create the pipes which are durable enough to withstand any harsh weather conditions. In order to understand water tower mixing systems, it helps to first understand the common components used to create these large water storage tanks and towers. These include water tower legs, which connect the water tanks to the uppermost level of the building, and water tower supports or columns. The legs and supports are made of steel while the column is made of iron. All the other major components can be made of aluminium or concrete depending on the area of operation. With these common components, water tower mixing systems can be built with greater efficiency and less cost to the owners.