These aeration systems are composed of a compressor and micro-perforated hose that generate microbubbles, which allows a greater contact surface, maximizing the transfer of oxygen to the water at a low operating cost and maintenance.
The bubbles generated by the oxygenation system rise in a laminar regime , which is defined because the flow of bubbles generated rises in an orderly fashion. The bubbles that are generated rise in parallel without intermingling, allowing an optimal transfer of oxygen to the water.
The diffuser hoses are made of durable materials and ensure a constant oxygen distribution pattern over time. The compressors are used in the industry which ensures their robustness and reliability coupled with low maintenance due to their special characteristics.
These systems allow aeration to be combined with the incorporation of ozone.
Ozone, the second element with the highest oxidizing power after fluorine, is the oxidizing agent that acts faster in disinfection, promoting excellent microbiological control.
Due to its great oxidizing capacity and the rapidity in which its third atom dissociates, becoming oxygen, it is used with optimal results and infinitely more reliable than those obtained by other chemical products.