Operating principle of waterwheel aerator
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The scope of application of the waterwheel aerator is m […]
The scope of application of the waterwheel aerator is mainly: the directionality of the source water flow, the sedimentation of the dirt in the pool, the feeding of the squid and the cleaning of the food field, and the special role of raising the fish in the pond. The pool facilitates the change of water in the clear pond and overcomes the defects of the impeller aerator that raises the dirt at the bottom of the pool. The water tank aerator can be applied to mechanized fish ponds, factory fish farming, and pond raising.
The waterwheel aerator is a motor power, and the waterwheel aerator is driven by a reducer and then decelerated to drive the impeller. At work, some or all of the blades on the waterwheel aerator are submerged in water. The waterwheel aerator adopts a unique design concept and key components processed by special equipment. The noise in the water and water surface is extremely low, which is very beneficial to the growth of fish, especially shrimp and fry. During the rotation of the waterwheel aerator, when the blade is just entering the water, the blade hits the water surface, stirs up the water, and presses the air into the water. At the same time, the water tank aerator produces a strong force. On the one hand, the surface layer Water is pressed into the bottom of the pool, and on the other hand, the water is pushed backwards. The waterwheel aerator is dexterous, efficient, and easy to move. It can be used as an emergency oxygenation device when urban rivers, artificial lakes, and waterscapes are suddenly contaminated. When the blade is perpendicular to the water surface, the waterwheel aerator produces a parallel force between the waterwheel aerator and the water surface to form a directed water flow. When the blade is about to leave the water surface, a negative pressure is formed on the back of the blade, and the lower water can be lifted by the water tank aerator. When the blade leaves the water surface, the water tank aerator increases the water in the leaf bend and the water on the blade, and is further smashed into the air under the action of centrifugal force, so that the waterwheel aerator provokes a strong splash. And water dew, which dissolves a lot of air. The air flow formed by the rotation of the impeller can also accelerate the dissolution of the air.