Outdoor Water Solutions Announces New Solar Aeration System

Published on November 20, 2018

Outdoor Water Solutions is excited to introduce a new line of solar aeration systems to our product line. The new AerMaster Ultimate™ line of Solar Aerators is designed for ponds up to 35’ deep and airline runs up to 500’ per compressor.  

Maximum depths, panel placement, and airline length are always a concern when dealing with solar systems. Using our current rocking piston electric systems with our state-of-the-art controllers, we are able to provide a solution for these larger off grid ponds and lakes. Available in 1/4hp, 1/2hp, and 3/4hp, these systems create many new off-grid job opportunities and produce 4-5x more airflow than other competitive systems.

The Ultimate series is a direct drive system and is designed to operate in early mornings, late evenings, and moderate overcast conditions with its’ variable speed controller producing maximum total daily CFM. These systems are perfect for applications where electricity is too costly to run and/or install and also when a client can’t afford a full battery back-up system. 

OWS has paired these systems with a very simple, yet strong panel racking system, which is rated at 90mph wind speed. The systems will include everything except the mounting poles, which will need to be sourced locally. The high output panels will come with quick cable disconnects also speeding up installation time.

For more info, contact:

Joe Forman, National Sales Manager




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