Aquatic aerator describes the working principle of bottom aeration system
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Aquatic aerators describe the working principle of the […]
Aquatic aerators describe the working principle of the bottom aeration system. Roots blowers are used to input air into the pond water through inflatable tubes. Bubbles burst and diffuse oxygen into the water to achieve the effect of aeration. The aeration effect vertically moves the water body up and down, and the rich dissolved oxygen produced by the photosynthesis of the surface layer of the water body is input to the bottom of the pond, and the dissolved oxygen level of the bottom water body is rapidly increased. The increase of the dissolved oxygen level is beneficial to the oxidation reaction of the pond, accelerates the decomposition of organic matter at the bottom of the pond, effectively reduces the concentration of toxic and harmful substances such as sulfide, nitrite, ammonia nitrogen, etc., and achieves the effects of preventing disease and three-dimensional utilization of aquaculture water bodies, and promoting the management of The growth effect of shrimp, barracuda, river crab, and shellfish, turtles and other farm animals. Because the energy of photosynthesis is fully utilized, the energy consumption of mechanical aeration is reduced, and the energy saving effect is achieved.
Aquatic aerators describe water bodies as the environment in which aquatic animals live. Dissolved oxygen in water is one of the basic necessary conditions for their survival. All aquaculture professionals know that aquaculture species are susceptible to illness and even death if there is not enough oxygen. In high-density fish and shrimp culture, the amount of dissolved oxygen in the water determines the density of the organisms in the water. Even if the water quality is good, low dissolved oxygen will appear in the pond due to the large amount of nutrients and organic matter brought by the feed and animal excrement. . Therefore, aeration is particularly important. The use of aquatic aerators can effectively supplement dissolved oxygen in ponds. In ponds with waterwheel aerators, the upper water body rarely lacks oxygen, but it is difficult to provide sufficient oxygen at the bottom of the pond, so the lack of oxygen is at the bottom of the pond. The oxygenation technology at the bottom of the pond is to use the pipeline laid at the bottom of the pond to directly send oxygen-containing air to the bottom of the pond, and diffuse the air from the bottom of the pond to the water body to supplement the oxygen, so that the bottom water body maintains a high level of dissolved oxygen and prevents the lack of bottom layer. Suboxidation of water caused by oxygen.