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The main performance indicators of the aerator are defined as oxygenation capacity and power efficiency. The oxygen-increasing capacity refers to the amount of oxygen added to the water by an aerator at a rate of kilograms per hour. The power efficiency refers to the oxygen consumption of an aerator that consumes 1 kWh of water, in kilograms per kWh. . For example, the 1.5 kW water tank aerator has a power efficiency of 1.7 kg/kWh, which means that the machine consumes 1 kWh and can add 1.7 kg of oxygen to the water.
Suggestions on arranging water tank aerators for shrimp farms
The configuration of the aerator is mainly determined by the status of the water source, the density of the culture, and the energy consumption of the total intake and drainage.
1. Water source status: Whether the water source is rich and whether the water quality has been maintained well; if the water quality is good, it may be considered to be less matched, and vice versa, only when the water quality is good, change the water more.
2. Breeding density (mu per mu): high with more, low with less.
3. Total energy consumption of drainage and drainage: If the energy consumption of intake and drainage is less, the aerator can be considered less; the energy consumption is larger and the configuration should be larger.
4. Economic analysis: Consider the relative ratio of electricity and shrimp prices. If the local electricity tariff is relatively high and the shrimp price is relatively low, consider less allocation;