Category: Aspirators

Air-O-Lator

An Adaptable Aspirator for All Seasons

Air-O-Lator’s aspirators are ideal for aeration, mixing, and de-icing.  The Enterprise is part of our Aspirators line. Aspirators are used to provide horizontal directional flow, aeration, and mixing. They are fantastic energy and cost-efficient solutions for mixing and help to increase flow and oxygen levels and improve water quality...
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What You Need to Know about Aspirators

Aspirators are used to provide horizontal directional flow, aeration, and mixing. They are fantastic energy and cost-efficient solutions for mixing, and help to increase flow and oxygen levels and improve water quality in any water application. At Air-O-Lator, we offer two aspirating mixers that are an optimal solution for...
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Using CAD Details to Specify A Project

Airolator has been a part of the CAD Details database for over 3 years. CAD Details is an online site to which engineers, landscape architects, and specifiers subscribe so they can find products that will meet their project needs. Through viewing our CAD details, designers can see how our...
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Air-O-Lator: Made in America for over 45 years

Air-O-Lator Corporation has been a manufacturer of water and wastewater equipment since 1967. Since that time, Kansas City has been the headquarters for building complete lines of surface and sub-surface aerators, floating and non-floating fountains, floating and non-floating aspirating and submersible mixers for lagoons, ponds, lakes, and water treatment...
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Case Study: Kawasaki finds success with Air-O-Lator mixer/aspirator

Sometimes the fix for one problem creates another. After the Kawasaki plant in Maryville, MO, added a small processing plant to meet wastewater effluent discharge requirements, aeration and mixing of the water were needed. Air-O-Lator supplied two, 7.5 horsepower, Enterprise II aspirating mixers to solve the issue, maintaining aerobic...
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Wacky weather calls for aeration

It has been a very strange weather year across the nation. Unseasonably cool, snow in May, heavy rains with flooding, devastating tornados, record-breaking heat in the Northeast and Southwest. These events are impacting ecological problems in our water systems. From golf courses and irrigation systems to stormwater retention ponds...
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