Kasco diffused aeration systems provide an effective method of aeration for ponds or lakes with depths greater than 8 feet. By using compressed air injected directly into the bottom of the pond, a continuous flow of air and water is moved upward and thousands of gallons of water are mixed with little expended energy.  Energy efficient compressors inject air to the bottom of your pond or lake through weighted air lines attached to the diffuser assembly. The diffuser breaks up the air into micro-bubbles which rise to the surface. The rising of these air bubbles create a current which transfers low-oxygen water to the surface, allowing it to contact the atmosphere and breathe. Temperature layers are disrupted and fish are able to inhabit the entire water column. Oxygen levels increase and harmful gases in the water are expelled.

In addition to aerating the water column in warmer months, a Robust-Aire system also provides de-icing benefits in cold months. Increasing oxygen levels and creating a constant “boil” movement in the water column prevents ice from forming. This offers temperature protection for both aquaculture and water bound structures by keeping ice from forming.

With Kasco’s diffused aeration systems, no electricity is required in or near the water. Additionally, there is no equipment at the water’s surface, meaning there are no hindrances to boating or the natural view.

Kasco’s Robust-Aire Diffused Aeration Systems are the most efficient on the market and can efficiently and economically de-stratify and aerate deep bodies of water with large surface areas.  Explore how Kasco’s Robust-Aire system can work for you today.

Robust-Aire Diffused Aeration Systems

Bottom diffused aeration systems ideally suited for applications 8 ft. or deeper.

Kasco's Bantam Aire Diffused Aeration

Bantam-Aire Diffused Aeration

Bottom diffused aeration systems featuring a powerful linear diaphragm compressor and specially designed diffusers. Best suited for 4-6 ft. deep applications such as backyard ponds, aquariums and septic systems.