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Self Aspirating Water Aerator


The Toring Turbine® TT200 is part of a new generation of so-called Self-Aspirating Aerators. Following many years of the research we managed to build a “Self-Aspirating Aerator” with no moving parts internally, thus obtaining a great advantage in terms of reliability and energy efficiency. Fine bubble aeration is an efficient way to transfer oxygen to a water body. The Toring Turbine® TT200 outperforms any water aerator on the market today.

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We Supply Water With Life.


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Benefits

  • For Drinking water treatment
  • Eliminate Stress to Fish & Aquatic Organisms (Fishkills)
  • Reduce Algal Blooms
  • Increase Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations
  • Diminishes Noxious Odors
  • Improves Livestock & Fish health
  • Increase Water Clarity
  • Reduce Mosquito populations
  • Improve the Quality of Fisheries
  • Prevents freezing
  • Aeration Turbine TT200 combined with suction system can add gas to liquid (industry
  • The TT200 is the only self-aspirating aerator for aeration at more than 3 meters

Aeration solutions

  • Animal waste-lagoon aeration
  • Golf Course Pond
  • Lake Way and Cove
  • Livestock Tanks / Stocked Fishing Ponds
  • Pond Aeration
  • Wastewater

Wastewater treatment

Aeration of liquids is a widespread technology for secondary treatment of wastewater treatment plants. ie the biological decomposition of organic content, since it performs two functions: the air is transferred to the swimming pool for the purposes of biological oxidative reactions provide the mixing required for dispersion of air and reception reactants (oxygen, wastewater and microbes).

No need to worry about clogged pump intakes or plants getting tangled. The TT200 is completely self-cleaning.

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