Surface Aerator

This floating surface aerator was first produced in 1969, and is the most specified aerator in the world.

Advantages

  • More than 50,000 locations worldwide validation of the performance
  • Made of one shaft from the motor to the propeller
  • There is no partial immersion of coupling or bearing

Applications

Activated sludge systems such as:

  • SBR (Sequencing Batch Reactor) and MSBR
  • Oxidation ditches (oxidation ditch process)
  • Extended Aeration, Aerobic Digestion
  • Equalization basin

Direct Drive Surface Mixer

Since it was first produced in 1973 there are now more than 10,000 installations worldwide in wastewater treatment plants.

Advantages

  • Better performance than any floating mixer
  • Easier to install and maintain than submerged mixers
  • From the motor to the impeller shaft it is a seamless single, one shaft
  • No coupling and bearing is partially immersed in water
  • operation with Diffuser at the same time, 30% to 40% energy saving(GAir ™)

Applications

  • Anaerobic stirring process
  • Denitrification
  • SBR (Sequencing Batch Reactor) and MSBR
  • Aerobic Digester
  • Mixing and stirring, Equalization basin