Current Limits in Aeration Technology

Put a steel pin or a small aluminium disk gently on the surface of water and it will make a slight dent but it will stay there. It will not sink, even though both aluminium and steel have a lot higher density than water. This demonstrates the toughness of any normal water surface, where water […]

Wind Energy Technology: Promise and Problems

The demand for renewable energy has outstripped our technology’s ability to provide it. The introduction of battery storage has greatly boosted the ability of renewable technologies to provide a steady and predictable supply of electricity, but lithium batteries are not a long-term solution. Current wind turbine technology isn’t a long-term solution, either. With wind power […]

Insights into Aeration Mechanism

If small enough, or even microscopic bubbles are achieved, as is possible with Aeration Turbines, supersaturation takes place – where oxygen levels are pushed beyond their natural limits. In normal circumstances, water will automatically drop oxygen levels back to their natural threshold, so there seems to be no point in doing this. The combination of […]