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Kasco Robust-Aire™ now even quieter

KAR UK has announced the launch of the newly redesigned Kasco Robust-Aire™ Diffused Aeration – which has been created to move water faster, with less energy and is now quieter than ever before.

6199856854?profile=RESIZE_584xKasco’s highly regarded Robust-Aire™ systems pump compressed air from a shore-mounted compressor through self-weighted lines to a diffuser on the pond, lake or tank bottom. The diffuser then continuously releases micro-bubbles that rise to the surface carrying large volumes of water. This induces oxygen-transfer as well as beneficial water movement and mixing.

Independent third-party testing results have revealed that Kasco Robust-Aire™ diffusers are up to 44% more efficient than other products available on the market today. The revamped product is now 34% quieter than before.

Benefits of the new system include:

  • Sound reduction of 34% compared to existing models (patent pending)
  • Larger air filters on all ¼ HP and ½ HP systems, means significantly more time between cleanings
  • New Visual Maintenance Indicator quickly alerts when air filter needs to be cleaned or changed

The system is ideal for depths of 8 ft. and deeper and no electricity is required in the water. It can also speed up organic decomposition and creates open water preventing ice damage.

KAR UK, distributors of Kasco products, has confirmed that the price for the system will remain despite the redesign, and that they are available to order with immediate effect.

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