Since a majority of all aquaculture problems, including disease, are caused by poor water quality and, in turn, most water quality problems can be resolved with proper aeration (oxygenation), it is clear that aeration plays a crucial role in this process.
Oxygen is the main limiting factor in both recirculating and traditional aquaculture systems. Less than the required levels lead to poor water quality, poor feed conversion ratios (FCR), reduced growth and increased mortality. With high energy prices, energy efficiency is becoming much more important when comparing aeration techniques and devices.
|Model||Outer diameter||Inner diameter||Thickness||Packing|
|Ø28 – T4.0C||Ø28||Ø20||4 mm||50 m/roll|
|Ø25 – T6.0C||Ø25||Ø13||6 mm||100 m/roll|
|Ø25 – T4.0C||Ø25||Ø17||4 mm||100 m/roll|
|Ø20 – T3.5C||Ø20||Ø13||3.5 mm||100 m/roll|