Aeration / Mixing Pumps

  • Aeration Selection Guide

    Aeration Selection Guide

    The TRN aerator employs a special impeller that draws air by its self-aspiration force, and the air sucked down into the aerator is subjected to an air/water collision within the guide vane, and then this mixed air-water current is forcibly discharged through the discharge outlets. This aerator is excellent in durability by its unique “air seal” system and has a superior maintainability in spite of its simple structure.

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  • BER Series

    BER Series

    The BER-series is a submersible ejector comprising a B-series sewage pump and a venturi-jet pump. It draws in air by means of its self-aspirating mechanism and discharges the mixture of air and water through the diffuser. The powerful single jet current is unrivaled in vertical stirring convection.

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  • RS Series

    RS Series

    The RS-series is a rotary air blower with a three-blade rotor. A highly well-balanced rotor and innovative helical outlet port minimizes violent impact and pulsation noise. It is applicable to a wide variety of applications.

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  • TAR Series

    TAR Series

    The TAR-series is a submersible aerator having an axial-flow impeller. The air supplied by a blower is broken into fine babbles and is mixed with water by its strong water current. An extremely high oxygen transfer rate can be achieved with less energy consumption.

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  • TRN Series

    TRN Series

    The TRN-series is a submersible aerator having a self-aspirating function. A built-in special semi-open impeller generates negative pressure, draws in air from above the water surface. The drawn air and liquid are mixed and discharged at a high pressure. This innovative mechanism contributes to highly efficient dissolution of oxygen.

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