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aerate

To introduce air into soil or water by natural or artificial means.
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For information, the quantities Ratings are 49 productions (balloons) and 265 dots showers terminals (poles, heads, hoses, and aerators aerators) for a period of 12 months.
Solimar fluidizers are direct replacements and offer improved performance for Heil, Polar or Sure seal aerators.
Their CiSe Lawn Aerator Shoes set, particularly, is among the products with a high selling rating on their list.
stated that one way to reduce cavitation risk in upper part of spillway--before inception point--is installing deflector and aerator in first steps of spillway and air entrance through it into flow.
Buy or borrow a hollow tine lawn aerator - I found a five-spike Garden Master, model F13001, from www.
Depending on what model you select, aerators run on batteries (usually D cell or 9-volt) or come equipped with leads that clip to a 12-volt car or boat battery.
We will return with the aerators every day this week and monitor the situation.
households buying wine, according to The Harris Poll, there's a market for wine accessories, including wine aerators.
Intensification of aquaculture in general has caused higher oxygen demand in the culture units and, consequently, in the number of aerators needed to fulfill satisfactorily the organisms demands (BOYD, 1998; HOPKINS et al.
The Model 205 can also be used to measure vibration levels on equipment such as aerators, dissolution and shaker baths, blowers, centrifuges, compressors, mixers and pumps.
The lagoon and nine surface aerators were used to treat material from the town and the local paper mill between the early 1970s and 2005, when the treatment plant was rebuilt and the lagoon was no longer needed for the process.
Aerators: Designed to either cut or poke holes in the lawn or pasture to allow fertilizer, air, water and nutrients in, aerators come in a plug style and a spike style.