Cascade Aerators induct air into a water flow in order to oxidize iron and reduce dissolved gases
Aeration is accomplished by natural draft units that mix cascading water with air that is naturally inducted into the water flow. Cascade water is pumped to the top of the aerator, and cascades over a series of trays. Air is naturally inducted into the water flow to accomplish iron oxidation and some reduction in dissolved gasses. Cascade Aerators are of non-corroding, all aluminum or stainless construction and have no moving parts, making them maintenance free and inexpensive to buy and operate.