There is a constant and growing worldwide need for aeration water treatment that is based on energy optimization and renewable best practices. Aeration is effective for management of dissolved gases such as radon, carbon dioxide, methane, and hydrogen sulfide, as well as volatile organic compounds VOCs, like MTBE or other industrial solvents.

The challenge is to find cost effect ways to aerate. And the efficiency of aeration depends on the amount of surface contact between air and water, which is determined by the size and volume of the air bubbles.

There are various applications where FlowMixer can provide high aeration efficiency and require very low amount of energy due to its unique design.


Rivers suffering from low oxygen conditions caused by sewage discharges, agricultural run-off, or heavy rain will require water aeration.


Aeration provides an oxygen-rich environment in the pond, promoting a healthy habitat for fish and other aquatic life. 


Aeration in lakes provides oxygen to bacteria for treating and stabilizing the water body. Oxygen is needed by the bacteria to allow bio-degradation.


Fountain aeration will keep the water clean and fresh. Without sufficient dissolved oxygen, degradation occurs and the biological process convert hydrogen and sulfur to form hydrogen sulfide and methane.

Fish Farms

Aeration is needed to counter harmful algae blooms and to promote a healthy habitat for fish and other aquatic life. It will also improve poor water quality caused by tarps/lice skirts. 

Waste Water

Aeration is the process of adding air into wastewater to allow aerobic bio-degradation of the pollutant components. One of the major objectives of aeration is to remove carbon dioxide.