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to expose to circulating air

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expose to fresh air

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aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter

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impregnate, combine, or supply with oxygen

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We have received even multiple orders of the aerator shoes.
2 presents energy loss of flow in condition: 1) not installing deflector and 2) installing deflector and closing aerator in defferent models.
Work the aerator across affected patches, creating a series of holes.
Marine Metal Products, a major player in this market, offers a variety of aerators, including a "two-way" Bubbler which runs on two D cell batteries or a 12-volt source, via a cigarette lighter plug.
The popular Vinturi, which has expanded its line from the original red wine aerator to include aerators for white wine, spirits and travel, added a touch of color to its wine aerator, at least for the show.
The number of aerators per unit of area can be calculated based on water respiration rate (phytoplankton), sediment respiration rate (decaying organic matter), cultured organisms respiration rate, and the Standard Oxygen Transfer Rate (SOTR) of the aerators (FAST; BOYD, 1992; SANTA; VINATEA, 2007).
The base of the lagoon has a one-foot impervious clay liner where sludge, remaining in the lagoon when the aerators stopped circulating the water and waste material in the lagoon in 2005, has settled to the bottom.
Compared with conventional aerators, Kludi Rak's aerators also deliver several other advantages, including superior lime protection, damage-proof design, extended lifespan, perfect stream quality even under difficult water pressure conditions, and integrated anti-clogging dome screen that filters sediments and particles, a statement said.
The introduction of the water-efficient aerators in the UAE coincides with the launch of major water-conservation efforts in the country, particularly the 'Watersavers' campaign spearheaded by the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) which will see every tap in Abu Dhabi fitted with water-saving devices within three years.
Aerators produce a steady flow using less water by mixing air into the stream.
Aquanova, of Hermosillo, Mexico, said it paid House Manufacturing $187,300 in 2004 for aerators to use in its shrimp farming operation.
Install water-saving toilets, showerheads and faucet aerators, if possible.
The blenders are equipped with six or 12 wear-resistant aerators mounted around a housing cone.
Due to gearboxes breaking down on the sites ten large aerators, all ten were never working at the same time, until Brevini designed a reliable replacement drive system employing WIMES spec EFF1 efficiency motors, inverter drives and high-toque Brevini planetary reduction gears.
Aerators cut through hard soil to loosen and break up the dirt several inches below the surface so air, moisture and fertilizer can promote deep root growth.