Category: Submersible Mixers

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The Triad: An All-in-One Aerator, Mixer, De-Icer

The months ahead will usher in a series of changing climates, and we’re not just talking about politics, a global pandemic, or the midwest weather cycle. That’s why we made the Triad. Customers wanted an application that could have multiple uses as seasons changed. Adaptability is king in our...
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Watch our Enterprise Blue Water Test in Action

Air-O-Lator Enterprise – Aspirating Mixer, ½ Horsepower Blue Water Test We headed down to the lake to test out our Enterprise aspirating mixer. We added blue dye food coloring into the intake of the Enterprise nozzle you can see how quickly the Enterprise will mix and disperse the water...
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Do This to Reduce Fountain Algae in the Summer

Without proper preventative measures, like installing an aerator, algae can quickly overtake your water. Ponds, lakes and many other bodies of water can easily become contaminated through poor mix and oxygen levels. Aeration and mixing are important because it ensures that water does not become stagnant and prevents algae...
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What You Need to Know About Submersible Mixers

Mixing is an essential process in wastewater treatment. There are many applications from storage tanks to oxidation ditches that can aid in the process of keeping water moving and maintaining solids in suspension. Air-O-Lator has been manufacturing submersible wastewater mixers for over 45 years. We manufacture two types of mixers: The...
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CAD Details + Air-O-Lator: Wastewater Management and Treatment Solutions

Guest Blog: Emily Matlovich, writer at CADDetails.com.  Wastewater is produced from two sources. The first is sanitary sewage which is generated from residences, businesses, institutions, and industries. The second source is stormwater which is developed from rain or melting snow that drains off rooftops, lawns, parking lots, streets, sidewalks,...
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Spring Rains Bring Stormwater Management

Spring rains and thunderstorms bring buckets of fresh water to growing flora, but an excess of rain also means bodies of water may become overfilled, and stormwater runoff often gathers dirt and debris that also runs into bodies of water. It’s important to be prepared for spring rains and...
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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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