Air Stream Diffuser
The Air Stream Diffuser for pond aeration is very efficient. It moves and degasses twice as much water with the same amount of air as the smaller 7” stone.
The Air Stream bottom diffuser easily moves hundred of gallons of water per minute from lower in a pond or lake bottom. By adding oxygen through an air diffuser, a gas transfer occurs which highly improves water quality and clarity. This degassing also removes foul smelling gasses and improve oxygen levels lower in the water.
How it works
The design of the air stream uses a lower tube diffuser which starts the water moving upwards. The next 2 higher tube diffusers move the water faster and at an even higher volume. This improved gas transfer uses smaller bubble sizing, and because of this the nitrates, carbon dioxide and other gases are greatly reduced.
7″ Air Diffuser
- 7″ Air Diffuser for Pond Aeration
- 3/8″ Brass barb fitting
- Can handle up to 3.5 CFM
- Heavy base with a CNC bottom plate
- Diffuser made from compressed silica sand
Windmill Air Diffuser
- Sturdy 7″ Air Diffuser – ideal for use with Koenders Windmill
- 1/4″ brass NPT fitting
- Normal flow for this air stone is 1.5 CFM
- Heavy base bottom plate
- High quality epoxy of this air diffuser will not blow off giving you years of service.
24″ Tee Diffuser
Using an air lifting process for pond aeration, this Perforated Tubing Bottom Diffuser will de-gas and circulate large volumes of water per hour. Cleaning the water of algae feeding nutrients and growing good bacteria. Because of the larger amount of surface area the bubbles are smaller and the gas transfer is better. These diffusers are non-clogging as well. Bottom aeration moves hundreds of gallons per minute with only air.
Lake Bottom Diffuser
Using an air lifting process, for pond aeration, these rubber diffusers will de-gas and circulate large volumes of water per hour. The lake bottom diffuser cleans the water from algae, feeding nutrients and growing good bacteria. Due to the larger amount of surface area the bubbles are smaller and the gas transfer is better.
This diffuser is 24″ long and 12″ wide, and has four 10″ air diffusers.
QUESTIONS ON CONFIGURING AN AERATION SYSTEM?
There are a lot of factors to consider when configuring an aeration system. Contact us for help from an expert who will guide you through with questions to determine the right system for your needs.