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Aeration

Introducing the Toring Turbine® Self-Aspirating Aerator

State of the art in Aeration technology


The Toring Turbine® Self-Aspirating Aerator was introduced into the world market in 2010 by following nearly ten years of research and development in Europe.

Simply stated, the Toring Turbine® combines the physics principles of precession (applied to the rotation of fluids) and centrifugal force. Using precession, the rotating sub-surface disc creates a low-pressure zone within its internal chamber. This zone is then filled with air forced down an air tube by surface air pressure. As this air is gathered within the disc, it is immediately expelled by centrifugal force into the surrounding water.

The result is an immediate, continuous, unbelievable barrage of dissolved oxygen that saturates the water. While other self-aspirating aerators exist, they require nearly twice the horsepower to achieve the same results as the TT200 model.

Some models can discharge approximately 7 liters of air per second, with a Oxygen transfer efficiency of 4,7 kg O2/ kWh. This volume of air is generated with two and three horsepower motors (low energy consumption).  Weighing barely over 100 pounds, a typical Toring Turbine – Floating Surface Aerator can out-perform and outlast virtually every aerator in its class.

Due to its design, efficiency, portability, and performance, the TT200 is equally at home in aquaculture settings, horticulture irrigation lagoons, golf course ponds, municipal waste treatment plants, stock ponds, lake ways and coves, confined animal feedlot waste lagoons, and black water pits, to name a few. Read more about solutions here.

Toring Turbine® Self-Aspirating Aerator in operation:

Toring Turbine Fixed Water Aerator

Toring Turbine - Fixed water aerator

 

 

 

 

Toring Turbine Floating Water Aerator


Toring Turbine self-aspirating aerator main advantages

1. Requires no maintenanceRender Turbine
2. Has no internal moving parts
3. Will not clog with tumble weeds or most other debris
4. Requires no loud, costly compressor
5. Does not roil or stir up the bottom of the pond
6. Does not thrash the surface of the water
7. Boasts long retention time of dissolved oxygen in the water
8. Never needs to be »greased«
9. Made of corrosion-resistant materials
10. Does not stress the aquaculture species
11. Operates at a very low noise level
12. Creates a mild current within the body of water
13. Creates dissolved oxygen bubbles so small, it appears as if an underwater cloud is being formed
14. Can operate at greater depths than many subsurface aerators (5-8m)
15. Designed to run 24/7, operation: d/30m
16. Saves much more electricity than other aerators (up to 50%).
17. Can outperform other aerators which have up to four times the kW´s
18. Intoducing dissolved oxygen by forcing air into water, and not water into air.

Diagram: electric motors and water depth.

Important: Place the aeration turbine as deep as possible into the water. At least 50 cm  from the bottom or wall of the basin. With increasing depth, the oxygen saturation increases exponentially.

The above diagram shows the tests and measurements made at different depths but is not intended to be a promotional material.

For additional information please contact us.

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