Submersible Aerator stirs up sewage.

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Multi-Aspirator mixes and aerates screened municipal or industrial wastewater containing up to 6% solids, and aspirates oxygen at liquid depth of up to 28 ft, all without need for blower. It can be dry-installed in empty tank or wet-installed in tank containing wastewater or sludge. Unit has stainless steel lifting harness and is simply lowered in place with crane. Anchors are not required to keep unit in place as it operates.




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Submersible Aspirator Provides Efficient Aeration Without The Need For A Blower



Fall River, MA - The MTS Multi-Aspirator submersible aerator provides efficient aeration without the need for a blower. It is simple to install, and is capable of operating continuously for over five years without requiring maintenance. The unit has an operating life expectancy of fifteen years.

The Multi-Aspirator can be "dry-installed" in an empty tank, or it can easily be "wet-installed" in a tank containing wastewater or sludge. The unit is equipped with a stainless steel lifting harness and it is simply lowered in place with a davit crane. The power cord is then wired to a control panel to complete the installation. Anchors are not required to keep the unit in place as it operates.

The Multi-Aspirator includes a submersible liquid pump and an air intake pipe that extends at least 18 inches above the water surface. The operation of the pump creates a pressure differential, producing a vacuum that causes atmospheric air to be drawn down the air intake pipe. The aspirated air is combined with the pumped liquid and the fine bubble air/water mixture is directed radially through passages located 360 degrees around the perimeter of the unit.

The Multi-Aspirator is capable of mixing and aerating screened municipal or industrial wastewater containing up to 6% solids. The aerator can successfully aspirate oxygen at a liquid depth of up to 28 feet. Multi-Aspirators are available in various sizes ranging from 2 to 100 HP.

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