Characteristics and application status of waterwheel type aerator
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Waterwheel type aerator is a well-known aquaculture equ […]
Waterwheel type aerator is a well-known aquaculture equipment with waterwheel type aerator. The waterwheel type aerator has its own characteristics and application range. The waterwheel type aerator is driven by an electric motor and decelerated by a reducer to drive the impeller. When working, some or all of the blades on the impeller are submerged in water. Let us look at the application status and characteristics of the waterwheel type aerator.
In the process of aquaculture, bait impurities and fish and shrimp excrement will form in the water, forming a certain bottom. This bottom has various advantages and disadvantages for the growth of fish and shrimps. The emergence and application of waterwheel type aerators are to reduce unfavorable factors and increase the growth of fish and shrimps. Help. Using waterwheel type aerators to increase oxygen is a common way to improve the water quality of shrimp ponds. Commonly used waterwheel type aerators include turbine aerators and water wheel impellers. Although the structure is different, the purpose is the same. Through mechanical means, the dissolved oxygen in the anoxic water body increases, thereby providing a good living environment for shrimp and other organisms. Commonly used are impeller type and water type. The application of waterwheel type aerators in southern China is becoming more and more popular.
The working principle of the waterwheel aerator is that the waterwheel aerator blows water out through the blades. On the other hand, the lower water will be lifted until the water body is broken down into water, splashed into the atmosphere and dissolved. The oxygen increases and then returns to gravity by gravity. The water in the swimming pool; on the other hand, it pushes the pool water to form a circulation and transports dissolved oxygen to the shrimp pond to form a relatively uniform distribution of dissolved oxygen.