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To introduce air into soil or water by natural or artificial means.
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Raising similar points as Das, a scientist at the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education, Ajay Debbarma also said that ducks acted as natural aerators and that their droppings were beneficial for the growth of fish, saying that studies and research prove the same.
"The aerators through their fine pores break the stream of incoming water into fine water sub-streams.
Other products include the Z-Plug stand-on aerator that is designed to convert to a slicer/seeder, snow plow or dethatching rake, and the stand-on Snowrator for snow and ice management.
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Buy or borrow a hollow tine lawn aerator - I found a five-spike Garden Master, model F13001, from www.expresstools.co.uk for about PS37.
Keeping baits alive in buckets has likewise evolved from simply changing out the water, to oxygen tabs, to aerators, and of course just about all vessels larger than a johnboat come equipped with built-in livewells.
Multifamily operators and residents can utilize high-efficiency electric and water devices such as CFLs, smart strips, efficient-flow showerheads and aerators and water tank and pipe insulation to lower consumption and bills.
Two tenders for the rehabilitation/ replacement of (a) two air compressors for the grit removing units, other two air compressors and two 20 Hp electrical motors required for the lifting of water to the overhead storage tanks and other two 55 KW vertical electrical motors for the surface aerators serving El Enaniya treatment station, also (b) four surface aerators complete for the same station.
But wine aerators, in different sizes, shapes and colors, were in many of the south hall booths.
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., 1991).