The OxiAir HD is a state-of-the-art diffused aeration system designed and developed by Heathland Group Limited, a leading company specializing in innovative environmental solutions. This cutting-edge system represents a significant advancement in water aeration technology, revolutionizing the way we enhance water quality and maintain ecological balance.
Our team at Heathland Group recently completed the installation of an OxiAir HD 3 Diffused Aeration system at a private residence in Swindon. The OxiAir HD diffused lake aerator is designed and developed with depth in mind. These diffused lake aerators can aerate your lake in depths up to 10m+. The super silent bankside compressor pumps air through the diffuser membranes situated on the lake bed. This diffused aeration system has been designed and manufactured by our team here in the UK.
Why did the client want a diffused aeration system?
The client wanted to ensure this fishing lake on their private estate was effectively aerated to ensure a healthy environment for their fish stocks.
The Requirements for the OxiAir HD Diffused Aeration System?
- Low Running Costs
- Reliable Equipment
- Low Maintenance
- Safe for Water Users
- Reliable with Reduced Maintenance Requirements
- Good Warranties
The OxiAir HD employs a highly efficient diffuser design that maximizes the oxygen transfer rate, ensuring optimal oxygenation levels in lakes, ponds, and other aquatic environments. By infusing the water with a controlled stream of fine air bubbles, the system promotes the growth of beneficial aerobic bacteria, crucial for breaking down organic matter and preventing the buildup of harmful substances.
What sets the OxiAir HD apart is its exceptional performance and versatility. Its powerful aeration capabilities enable it to tackle a wide range of water quality challenges, such as excessive algae growth, foul odours, and low dissolved oxygen levels. The system operates quietly and seamlessly, making it suitable for both residential and commercial applications, including golf courses, recreational lakes, wastewater treatment plants, and fisheries.