Megaerator the highest standards and performance in industry
By separating the power sources for the aerating and agitating functions, the mega aerator easily conforms to any changes in load, eliminate wasteful energy consumption and makes drastic reductions in water processing costs.
Regular maintenance mega aerator
Due to its simple design, maintenance can be performed on-site. This drastically reduces the time required for maintenance. When the Megaerator is placed along a guide pipe, there is no need for water drainage when installing or removing the Megaerator. It is also possible to lift the Mega aerator out of the water. Maintenance cycles vary depending on usage conditions. Please see the chart below and use as a guide to perform maintenance. It is recommended pulling up the Megaerator from the tank once a year to perform visual inspection. This is highly effective in malfunction prevention and increasing life span.
|replacement part||replacement cycle|
|Water seal cassette (for output shaft)||Every 3 years|
|Oil seal cassette (for motor shaft)||Every 3 years|
|Bearing for motor shaft||Every 3 years|
|O-ring for joints||Every 3 years|
|Lubrication gear oil||Every 3 years|
|Cathodic protection plate||Every 3 years|
|Gears inside gear reducer||Every 6 - 9 years|
|Bearing inside gear reducer||Every 6-9 years|
|Cabtire cable||Depends on condition|
|Submerged motor||Depends on condition|
|Submerged gear reducer||Depends on condition|
The maintenance cycle above is just for reference. The maintenance cycle is subjected to the actual site condition.
- Water seal cassette (for output shaft)
- Oil seal cassette (for motor shaft)
- Motor shaft bearings
- Lubrication gear oil
- Gears inside gear reducer
- Bearing inside gear reduce
- Cabtire cable
9 model line-up
In total, there are 9 models to choose from, the basic function of all submersible aerators is the same, they differ in volume of air and water they can move. The smallest version injecting 100m3 of air per hour and the largest version 2.100 M3 per hour. In water movement, the smallest unit moves 720 m3/h and the largest 13,200 m3/h.