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- Production of aerated water or cola for drinking purposes. Secondary treatment of sewage or industrial wastewater through use of aerating mixers/diffusers...
- the water. Aerator may also refer to: Floating surface aerators, used in aerated lagoons Faucet aerator Lawn aerator Pond or lake aerator, used in water...
- Aerated water is, correctly speaking, water to which air is added. The term is, however, frequently applied to carbonated water. Sulfur compounds dissolved...
- Water aeration is the process of increasing or maintaining the oxygen saturation of water in both natural and artificial environments. Water aeration is...
- (in Dutch). Retrieved 20 December 2016. A US patent 2541854 A, "Water aerating device"  "LEED for Homes Rating System" (PDF). U.S.Green Building Council...
- oxygen. Lawn aeration constitutes three things: controlling lawn thatch, and reducing soil compaction, making gr**** roots multiply. Aerating either by coring...
- settle/decant mode the other is aerating and filling. Sewage liquor is run into deep tanks with diffuser grid aeration systems that are attached to the...
- many methods for aerating a lagoon or basin: Motor-driven submerged or floating jet aerators Motor-driven floating surface aerators Motor-driven fixed-in-place...
- Aerated chocolate is a type of chocolate which has been turned into a foam via the addition of gas bubbles. The process for manufacturing it was invented...
- Autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) is a lightweight, precast, foam concrete building material suitable for producing concrete masonry unit (CMU) like blocks...
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