Optimize Your Aeration System with an Air Demand Analysis (ADA)

Feb. 9, 2021
ADA gives you a clear picture of the true (vs theoretical) performance of your blowers. Take the first step in improving your aeration system efficiency.

To accurately evaluate a blower system’s performance, an Air Demand Analysis (ADA) measures the actual flow, pressure, and power consumption over a set period. This provides a baseline that shows which units are running, when they are running, and how efficient the entire system is in terms of specific performance (kW/100 cfm).

You get a true understanding of your system’s performance and not a theoretical one

With aeration representing 60% of the power consumed at a wastewater treatment plant, for example, the potential operating benefits of an ADA are too big to ignore.

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