World's most advanced aeration system!
aeration system is the World's most advanced aeration system.
It is a compact machine that conveniently and effectively does
it all: aeration, destratification,and sediment removal. The EOLO2
aerator oxygenates by blowing in and dispersing air at depth in
micronized bubbles. This mothod is the most efficient for introducing
the greatest amount of dissolved oxygen into the water. It destratifies
by creating a flow of water at depth, thus unifying temperature,
oxygen , and PH levels throughout all areas of the pond.
. Compact and lightweight construction
. Easy and convenient assembly and installation.
. 90 adjustable operating angle
. 1 meter adjustable operating depth
. Low power consumption with powerful results
. Able to withstand extreme variations in environmental conditions
. Corrosion resistant
. Adequate oxygen in the pond
. Removal of pond-bottom sediment
. Destratification throughout all levels of the pond
. Reduction of diseases and death rates
. Shortened harvest time with better-quality aquaculture
. Increased profits
characteristics at sea level with an ambient temperature of 25¡æ
oxygenates 15 cubic meters of water
Efficient and thorough aeration over a large portion of the water
The above two pictures illustrate the difference between the traditional
paddlewheel aerator and the EOLO2 submersible
aerator. The different results can clearly be seen. Paddlewheeel
aerators merely splash the surface water. The air introduced into
the water by this method covers only a very small portion of the
water area, and the air bubbles are all near the surface. Therefore,
this type of aeration does not generate a large quantity of absorbed
oxygen in the water. Impeller(mushroom-type) aerators produce
The EOLO2 submersible aerator introduces
air directly into the water at depth, enough to saturate 15 cubic
metersof water with oxygen every minute. At the same time, the
2800rpm propeller causes the oxygenated water to flow at least
35 meters out in front of the aerator. As the above picture demonstrates,
this results in absorbed oxygen being dispersed equally over a
very large portion of the water volume. The level of absorbed
oxygen created is many times greater than that created by paddlewheel
and impeller aerators.
Adequate circulation and destratification:
Paddlewheel and impeller(mushroom-type) aerators are only able
to aerate at the water's surface. They are therefore unable to
create a flow of water at lower levels. The oxygen they add to
the water is limited to a small area near the surface. This often
results in situations similiar to that illustrated in diagram
A above: aquatic animals are forced to concentrate themselves
into the small areas of oxygenated water that these aerators create,
competing for the limited oxygen there.
The EOLO2 aerators high-speed propeller creates a flow of water
at depth. This works effectively to mix the different levels of
water together throughout the pond. The pond water thus becomes
uniform in temperature and chemical makeup at all depths and at
all positions of the pond. When this flow of water is combined
with the EOLO2's high oxygen-absorption
rate, the result is that every area of the pond is equally hospitable
to aquaculture animals. Instead of competing for oxygen in small
areas of the pond, they freely swim around like in diagram B above.
3. Cleansing of the pond bottom and decomposition
of organic particles:
The pond-bottom soil greatly effects the quality of pond conditions.
Aquaculturalists know that clean pond-bottom soil is as important
as clean water. Even if the source water is excellent, pollutants
are created from uneaten food and waste which accumulate and settle
on the bottom. This creates a layer of sediment that produces
deadly gases and toxic pollutants. The most effective way to deal
with this sediment is to lift it off the pond bottom and treat
it with oxygenated water.
Toxic gases are emitted from the build up
of uneaten food and waste on the pond bottom
EOLO2 lifts the sediment off the bottom, forcing it to decompose
due to its contact with oxygenated water
end result is thoroughly oxygenated pond water and a toxic-free
The three drawings
above this process:
1). With poor quality or no aeration, the pond-bottom soil becomes
dirty and polluted,
emitting harmful gases and toxins into the water. Oxygen is concentrated
near the pond surface.
2). When the EOLO2 aerator is used, the
sediment is lifted off the pond bottom and oxygen is introduced
into the lower levels of the pond.
3). As a result the organic materials are exposed to oxygenated
water, causing them to decompose, and making them harmless. The
entire pond-water volume is now adequately clean and oxygenated.
The three pictures to the left show a real-life illustration of
this process. After only 30 minutes of operation a large quantity
of oxygenated particles have floated to the surface as foam. Such
foam can then be easily removed from the edges of the pond.
With its adjustable angle, the EOLO2 can
remove pond-bottom sediment without eroding the pond-bottom soil
-- this is unlike aerators such as the AIRE-O2 which must always
be angled downward (see drawing below)
Mechanical aeration is a proven technique for increasing the dissolved
oxygen content in ponds. In addition to doing a good job of oxygenating,
however, an aerator must also circulate the water to eliminate
temperature, chemical, and oxygen stratification between various
depths of the pond water. The aerator must also work at a depth
sufficient enough to treat the pond-bottom soil, keeping it oxygenated
and free from deadly toxins that will pollute the water and possibly
kill aquatic animals.
There are many types of aerators, but the submersible EOLO2
aerator is the most effective for doing all that is necessary
to keep your pond water and soil clean and healthy. The EOLO2
provides the best possible environment for healthy, fast-growing
aquatic animals, ensuring larger, quicker harvests, producing
greater profits and happy farmers.
Without adjustable operating
angles, aerators such as the AIRE-O2 cannot operate horizontally
and will therefore erode pond-bottom soil