Release Date: June 21st, 2012
System Provides an Alternative Source of Aeration to Achieve Water Quality
KANSAS CITY, MO – The Deep AireTM bottom mounted air diffuser is a new addition to the Air-O-Lator aerator product line. It creates a healthy pond by taking oxygen to the pond’s lowest depth along the bottom. A diffused aeration system is a great solution for ponds deeper than 10 feet.
The Deep Aire diffused aeration systems are designed as an alternative source of aeration. Diffused air systems utilize an air compressor, located on the shore, which delivers oxygen through a hose to a special diffuser lying on the pond bottom. Depending on the body of water depth and shape, various motors and models are available with a deluxe kit that includes a lockable cabinet with electrical box/outlet, shock mounts, pressure gauge, and cooling fan.
Any Air-O-Lator floating fountain or surface aerator can be used in conjunction with a Deep Aire aerator.
Kansas City, MO 64131
About Air-O-Lator Corporation For over 40 years, Air-O-Lator has been manufacturing De-Icers, Aerators, Fountains, Mixers, and Aspirators for water treatment. Our high performance and dependable products are engineered to improve water quality bringing about a healthy water eco-system along with aesthetic beautification. Helping customers protect and manage water is our main goal.
The Air-O-Lator product line is designed to provide the most natural, energy-efficient way to treat water quality problems while being easy to use and maintain. Each unit is made in the USA and constructed from the highest-grade components.
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