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The aerator is an indispensable thing in the breeding of aquatic products in our days. Some aerators commonly used by aerator manufacturers are as follows:
1. Impeller aerator
It has the combined effects of aeration, water stirring and gas explosion. Its oxygen-enhancing ability and power are better than other models, but the working noise is relatively large. It is generally used for ponds with large water depths of more than 1 meter.
2. Waterwheel aerator
It has oxygenation and water-promoting effects, and is suitable for some ponds with deep sludge.
3. Jet aerator
Its aerobic power exceeds the water tank type, inflatable type, water spray type and other forms of aerators, which have a simple structure and can form a water flow and agitate the water body. The jet aerator can make the water body abruptly increase oxygen, without damaging the fish body, and suitable for the aquarium pool to increase oxygen.
4. Water spray aerator
With outstanding oxygen-enhancing function, it can quickly improve the dissolved oxygen content of the surface water body in a short time, and also has an artistic appreciation effect, which is suitable for use in gardens or tourist areas.
5. Inflatable aerator
The deeper the water, the better it is, and it is suitable for use in some deep water bodies.
6. Suction aerator
The air is sent into the water by suction under negative pressure, and is mixed with water to form a vortex to push the water forward, so that the mixing force is strong. It can enhance the oxygen of the base water more than the impeller aerator, and the oxygen increase of the upper water can be slightly lower than that of the impeller aerator.
7. Vortex aerator
It is mainly used for some oxygen in the northern ice water body, and the oxygen increasing power is relatively high.
8. Oxygen pump
Because of its simplicity, easy operation and single aeration function, it is generally suitable for use in fry breeding ponds or greenhouse feeding ponds with water depths below 0.7 m and areas below 0.6 mu.