Fish Farms that use Water Aeration
Water aeration is the process of increasing the oxygen saturation of the water. The water’s oxygen content can be substantially increased using side channel blowers or liquid ring pumps, which in turn increases the number of fish that can be kept in a pond by two or three fold. In this process air is drawn from the atmosphere and forced through an inlet into the tube aerator. It is then diffused into the water through tiny openings and rises in fine bubbles. The oxygen in the water causes the fish to grow and multiply more rapidly and significantly increases the yield.