What is Aeration?

(AKA Continuous Laminar Flow Inversion Oxygenation System)

Our inversion systems are designed using variously sized compressors (based on the application and size) along with our self-sinking airline and micro-porous ceramic diffusers that supply a steady stream of microbubbles from the bottom to the surface of your waterfront.

This non-turbulent flow is capable of moving and circulating large quantities of water and quickly oxygenates a lake. (Picture a fish-tank with an air-pump.)

How Aeration Positively Impacts Your Waterfront:

  • Provides aquatic weed control
  • Improves water quality
  • Reduces muck
  • Removes harmful gases & bacteria
  • Reduces algae growth
  • And improves the lifestyle and health of the water & fish below.

More about our Waterfront Aeration Systems:

  • We sell and install aeration systems of varying sizes, from as small as 100x100ft to as large as 100 acre lakes with our continuous laminar flow systems.
  • We custom fit aeration systems based on your specific needs. Soundproof housing is an option for the compressors to eliminate noise. We also service the equipment.
  • Aeration is a long-term solution, and results will not be noticeable until the system has had time to work. These aeration systems are safe for boating and other recreational activities.

Overall, consistent use of these products over time will improve the quality of the water & provide safer swimming conditions for you and the aquatic life.



Plants are a natural and important part of any aquatic environment, producing oxygen and providing a habitable environment for fish and food organisms. However, excessive growth of some plants (including algae) can create problems.

Excessive weed and algae growth can:

  • Interfere with or prevent recreational activities such as swimming, fishing, and boating
  • Detract from a body of water's aesthetic appeal
  • Disrupt and limit a balanced fish population
  • Produce quiet water areas ideal for mosquito breeding
  • Certain types of algae can give water bad tastes and odors
  • Impede water flow in drainage ditches, irrigation canals, and culverts, causing water to back up

The good news is that all of these problems can be eliminated through good lake management practices.

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If you'd like to know if aeration is the right solution for you, contact us below!