Pond Aeration Systems
Aeration Central's pond aeration cabinet systems are developed, designed, and assembled by us to perform well beyond the industry's typical aeration system expectations. We took the time to research cabinet design, diffuser design, aerator design, and overall performance of all combined parts. The results of our efforts have put us in the forefront of aeration system and diffuser design, performance, and ultimately completing the task of a properly aerated pond.
Long, Durable LifeThe aeration system design focuses on complete cabinet ventilation to prevent aerator pumps from operating at temperatures that will shorten the aerator's life. The size and number of vents are designed to match a specific volume of air discharge coming from an industrial grade exhaust fan to keep the aerator's temperature at appropriate levels.
Increased Air OutputThe rocking piston aerator pumps are specifically designed to increase air output. The aerator pump's design allows for easy maintenance. Aerator pumps are rubber mounted to minimize vibration and are positioned in the aeration cabinet to maximize performance of your pond aeration cabinet design.
Quality PartsThe final touches of the aeration system include anodized manifold, chrome-plated mini ball valves, bronze pressure release valve, and high temperature airlines.
Why Proper Pond Aeration Is Important
A lack of dissolved oxygen in a large pond causes anaerobic bacteria and filamentous algae to proliferate. These microorganisms make your pond water cloudy or cause the water to take on the unpopular “pea soup” look. The filaments of algae create a muck that floats on top of the pond. This chokes out the beneficial organisms, fish, and plants. Proper pond aeration maintains the right oxygen level and keeps the environment healthy.
How Pond Aeration Systems Improve Pond Health and Quality
Pond aeration systems add dissolved oxygen to the water. They do this with filters, fountains, and pumps. When there's more dissolved oxygen in your pond, there will be fewer weeds and mats of algae. There's also a lower risk of an unwanted pond water turnover. Your pond is less likely to freeze over when it's properly aerated. If there are fish in your pond, they will be healthier, grow more vigorously, and live a longer, happier life when they have the right amount of oxygen to absorb through their gills.