The movement of water is an extremely important aspect of keeping your lake healthy and habitable and consquently our surface floating aerators are incredibly important in our catalogue of aeration products.
A floating lake aerator is one of the most common forms of aeration for lakes and reservoirs throughout the world. These aerators are extremely popular and provide the ideal solution for most aeration needs. Our extensive range of aerators are some of the most effective on the market because they have minimal restriction of water flow from the nozzles, resulting in increased volumes of water shooting into the air and crashing back onto the lakes surface. It's this process of water collision that allows oxygen to be transferred to the water and it then turns into dissolved oxygen, essential for the aeration process. Higher water volumes means better aeration.
A low cost, reliable, high performance lake aerator
Heathland Fountains have made it there mission to provide the very best quality aerators on the market. There are certain criteria that we believe all of these products should meet, so we didn't just aim to meet them, we aimed to surpass them completely.
Reduced running costs for aerators
A fundamental issue for many customers looking for aeration for lakes or reservoirs is cost. Large motors for aerators are no longer a necessity thankfully, they simply burn power and therefore cost more to run. New state of the art technology employed by Heathland Fountains, means that the performance and efficiency of our aerators is drastically increased but with reduced electricity bills, so lower costs.
High performance aeration
With our flow rates set at 90,000 litres at just 750 watts, this is 50,000 litres more per hour than our competitors's aerators, with the same 750 watt motor rating.
Aerators that offer reliability and longevity
All our floating lake aerators come complete with 2 years warranty and they all have high-end drives using environmentally safe oil-filled motors that extend the life of the aerator well beyond the normal limits. It's not uncommon for one of these aerators, when well maintained and professionally installed, to run for 10 years or more.
Reduced blockages in your aerator
Our aerators are built with grills and enlarged surface areas to reduce suction flows, coupled with the very same technology used in our high-end fountains, which means no jamming. Many of the cheaper floating aerators still use traditional pumps to transfer water, this means narrow chambers and fine grills that are easily blocked.