LEADING pump specialist Aussie Pumps is offering free technical manuals and selection guides for the Tsurumi range of submersible aerators. The new manual includes a comparison of aerator systems that outlines the advantages and disadvantages of submersible aeration, submersible plus rotary blowers and fine bubble aeration methods.
The guide, produced in conjunction with the Japanese Sewerage Works Association, provides a wide range of information about the cost-effective use of aeration devices.
The Tsurumi aerator manual shows how aerators can be used in batteries to cut costs on sewerage aeration system designs, increasing flexibility and easing servicing requirements while enhancing aeration results.
Tsurumi submersible aerators are available in a wide range of configurations suitable for tanks up to 6m deep with air flow rates of up to 528 cubic metres per hour.
Businesses such as mining companies, livestock companies, abattoirs and food plants can apply submersible aerators to their operations, cutting costs while providing aeration for contaminated liquids including sewerage and
Tsurumi is the world’s largest manufacturer of submersible pumps – its Kyoto plant is capable of producing one million pumps per year.
According to Aussie Pumps, Tsurumi is a pioneer in the use and application of submersible aerators for effluent, sewerage, livestock waste and other contaminated liquid aeration