Bubble appearance gives only a rough guide to diffuser condition, and line pressure gauges yield but a crude indication of diffuser backpressure rises.
What can the operator do to find out more, and how can he best monitor and maintain his aeration system to achieve the most economic long-term result?
The two most frequently-performed site tests involve:
These tests are best undertaken in conjunction with regular diffuser cleaning operations using, for example, formic acid vapour injection.
Best practice involves measurement and cleaning operations annually or more frequently. The benefits include:
Where can the operator best turn to for help?
What specific services can Aqua-Audit offer?