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Wastewater Aeration Systems

Wastewater treatment isn't easy. You need a finely tuned system to keep your water clean and safe for public consumption, but often the equipment can be prone to clogging or breaking down at inconvenient times. Our wastewater aerators have been designed with an innovative technology that solves this problem by circulating air from all directions throughout the diffuser's porous media to maximize efficiency while avoiding damage due to either clogs or mechanical breakdowns of individual parts.
In designing the first wastewater aeration system, we had to tackle all of the most challenging problems. We needed an energy-efficient and non-clogging solution better than surface aerators for removing odor and organic sediment from a liquid (bottom muck). To achieve these goals, our EWR Wastewater Aerator System is designed with unique characteristics: it doesn't clog up or create foam while drawing in air bubbles at two times more power efficiency than other systems.
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Aeration System Characteristics

Continuous Water Aeration

To exceed the effectiveness of existing wastewater aeration systems, our system had to operate non-stop without failure.




Laminar Flow

The wastewater aeration process is one of the most critical parts of a lagoon system. It must not stir up bottom muck or mix pollutants such as phosphorus and nitrogen from the muck into the water column; it should create laminar flow with no turbulence and without mixing bottom sediments.

Inversion

The EWR wastewater aeration system was engineered with a patented design to replicate the natural spring and fall turnover process, which kept lakes clean for thousands of years. The reason for this is because our wastewater aerator brings water to the surface, where it spreads out in a thin sheet 0.1 inches thick.-a much more significant oxygen transfer amount than you would find in standard tanks with shallow surface areas.

Oxygenation

To stop phosphorus and nitrogen from being re-suspended into the water column, wastewater aeration systems had to be engineered so that they could fully oxygenate the water surface to the bottom. This also meant keeping anaerobic bacteria from producing harmful gases in areas where organic sediments are present. Oxygenating the bottom sediment allows bacteria and insects to feed on and biodegrade organic deposits.

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EWR is a family-owned Florida based company that has been providing quality solutions for water environments since they were founded.

EWR is a family-owned Florida based company that has been providing quality solutions for water environments since they were founded.
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