Airmaster Aerator LLC
Airmaster Aerator "Turbo X-Treme" is one of the most advanced and efficient aerator technologies available. With the advanced design of our floating/surface aerator, we can achieve high capacity water movement with aeration. We feature stainless steel construction and a "TURBO" air blower to achieve maximum aeration for industrial, municipal, and agricultural applications. The Airmaster Aerator "Turbo X-Treme" is proven effective in B.O.D., C.O.D., and sludge reduction. The Airmaster is also effective in algae control and odor reduction. The Airmaster Aerator "TURBO" has proven to replace up to three times the horsepower, resulting in energy cost savings.

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P.O. Box 546
De Ridder, LA 70634
United States
Toll-free: 888.813.3680
Phone: 337.463.6567
Fax: 337.463.9119

Product Categories

Odor Control Equipment; Aeration, Equipment & Systems; Aerators; Bioremediation Equipment & Services; Advanced Oxidation Systems

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