Surface Aerator


The main function of surface aerator is to provide an artificial aeration to promote biological oxidation of wastewaters. Generally surface aerator is use holding or treatment pond. They all have in common to biotreat the pollutants in wastewaters the use of oxygen and microbial action. In a surface-aerated system, the aerators provide 2 functions: it transfers air into the basins required by the biological oxidation reactions and provided the mixing required for dispersing the air and for contacting the reactants (that is, oxygen, wastewater and microbes). Typically, the floating surface aerators are rated to deliver the amount of air equivalent to 10kg/hr. 


  • Aerated lagoons
  • Stabilization basins
  • Sequencing Batch Reactors (SBR)
  • Activated sludge treatment plants
  • Aerobic digestion 

Key Features & Benefits

  • Low operating costs
  • Trouble-free performance
  • High oxygen transfer efficiency
  • Resistant to corrosion and abrasion


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