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Independent Aeration Test Results Data


For more results, please download any of these tests PDF files listed below.
    

Aerotube™ Freshwater
Swan Freshwater Test 1 (735KB PDF)
 
Aerotube™ Saltwater
Swan Saltwater Test 5,000 mg/L NaCl (126KB PDF)
Swan Saltwater Test 10,000 mg/L NaCl (126KB PDF)
Swan Saltwater Test 15,000 mg/L NaCl (126KB PDF)
Swan Saltwater Test 20,000 mg/L NaCl (126KB PDF)
Swan Saltwater Test 25,000 mg/L NaCl (126KB PDF)
Swan Saltwater Test 30,000 mg/L NaCl (126KB PDF)
Swan Saltwater Test 35,000 mg/L NaCl (126KB PDF)
 
Paddle Wheel Freshwater
Paddle Wheel Freshwater Test 1 (1.09 MB PDF)
 
Paddle Wheel Saltwater
Paddle Wheel Saltwater Test 1.9% NaCl (1.08 MB PDF)
Paddle Wheel Saltwater Test 35,000 mg/L NaCl (26KB PDF)
 
Comparison to Off-shore Competitors
Swan vs Off-shore competitors (66KB PDF)
 

How can Swan Aeration Tube deliver so much more oxygen than other products?

Take a look at the bubble diagram. It shows the size relationship of air bubbles produced by our aeration tube and those produced by a traditional aeration product. 

Glossary of Terms

1) Standard Oxygen Transfer Rate (SOTR) – Pounds of oxygen transferred to water per hour (lbs O2 /hour).  SOTR is measured in clean water when the dissolved oxygen (DO) concentration is zero at all points in the water volume, the water temperature is 20o C, and the barometric pressure is 1.00 atm (101kPa)

2) Standard Aeration Efficiency (SAE) – Standard Oxygen Transfer Rate per unit total power input.  SAE is typically expressed as the pounds of oxygen transferred to the water per hour per HP (lbs O2 /hour/HPwire), and is sometimes referred to as SAE Wire.  SAE is used as a measure of how efficiently an aerator is transferring oxygen.