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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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Prepping Your Equipment for Fall and Winter

Winter weather and the elements can wreck havoc on your fountain and aerator equipment. Don’t let snow, ice and sub-zero temperatures damage your water features and aeration products. A few simple steps now can save you big headaches come spring time. In areas that are prone to freezing, follow...
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Stormwater Management: From Plans to Reality

Over the last several months, parts of the United States have seen record amounts of rain. Managing where that rain flows and drains is called stormwater management. With many techniques and tools available to harness and control rainwater and runoff, it is important to be aware of the best...
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Making the Most of Your Spring Tune-Up

The way to achieve a balanced aquatic ecosystem begins with aeration and water movement. Your Air-O-Lator equipment is engineered to provide high oxygen rates as well as moving large volumes of water. Keep your Air-O-Lator fountains and aerators in tip-top shape with regular maintenance and tune-ups. Prior to installing...
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Winterization Tips for Aerators and Fountains

Fall has arrived and winter is just around the corner. For many of you, it will soon be time to remove your fountains and aerators for winter storage. This is also a perfect time for those that operate equipment year-round to service your aerators and fountains. Maintaining and servicing...
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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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