Aerators by Agpro® Aerate waste-water ponds with our full line.
several types of aerators available for use in wastewater tanks
and ponds. Energy efficiency, weather protection and serviceability
are all factors taken into account when developing each of these
units. They can be mounted on floating platforms or fixed brackets.
The following picture is the 5 hp Centirator® with an Eddy Guide Ring which allows for a broader and more aggressive
flow as air pressure surfaces.
The image below features a HHLD aerator fitted with flow enhancing
shrouds. The components are galvanized, plastic and stainless steel.
Mixing primarily works by forcing anaerobic liquids to the surface
where they become aerobic, in so doing the aerobic zone size is
greatly enhanced. Mixers work slower, but are generally more energy
efficient than aerators. Since their action is less aggressive
the aerobic zone is improved but not to the extent gained with
Aeration aggressively injects air into the waste containment
vessel to saturate the water with oxygen. Substantial mixing is
a residual benefit of this primary action. Aeration provides the
maximum aerobic zone for the most efficient bacterial treatment
and is generally more suitable for separate anaerobic and aerobic