The ONLY Aerator for Shallow Ponds
Because of BioBoost’s unique design, it is effective in as little as 2 feet of water, making it the only aerator suitable for shallow ponds.
No other diffuser creates a smaller bubble or holds the air in the water column longer making.
The Genius of BioBoost Diffuser
BioBoost Maximizes Oxygen Transfer to the water, speeding remediation and breaking down more organic sediment.
The BioBoost diffuser spreads the column of rising air bubbles out over an area 350% wider than traditional diffusers. The larger plume creates 300% stronger convective currents, turning the water body over faster.
BioBoost maximizes the bubble surface area and contact time through a unique labyrinth inside the diffuser. The BioBoost slows the rising air bubbles, holding them in the water column 600 times longer while the ridges inside the labyrinth rolls the air bubbles as they rise breaking them into the smallest possible bubble maximizing surface area for gas exchange
The BioBoost structural material promotes the essential biomass that consumes the same nutrients that cause algae blooms. BioBoost grows a thick coating of "bio slime", that works to break down the organic pollutants in water bodies.
BioBoost can be installed as a new system or easily retrofitted to any existing aeration system.
Custom Designed Aeration
Proper aeration design requires consideration of all the factors affecting the pond’s performance.
Arbourdale is pleased to provide aeration system designs for fish, recreational, industrial and stormwater ponds in consultation with all stake holders.
Ponds less than 5 ft deep use the Small BioBoost
Ponds deeper than 5 ft use medium or Large BioBoost
It is more important to have uniform coverage than large total flow. Often in wide shallow ponds, multiple small BioBoost will outperform 1 Large BioBoost.
Generally 1 Large BioBoost per 10,000 ft2 is adequate.
The BioBoost diffusers are made of high quality EPDM membrane style with low pressure loss, it is recommended that the available pressure is minimum 0.6 PSI per ft water depth. Most compressors will far exceed this with 20+ PSI.