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Keaton Industries Aeration Systems Dallas Fort Worth Texas

The Lake Doctor is proud to be a distributor of Keaton Industries Aeration Systems in the Dallas, Fort Worth metroplex.

Pond Aerators: Lake Bed Aeration™

The Foundation of Healthy, Beautiful Ponds and Lakes Keeton Industries is proud to offer The Quiet Line and Solaer™ series of Lake Bed Aerators(TM), which have been developed for aquatic environments up to 25 surface acres in size.

Low levels of dissolved oxygen and highly stratified waters can characterize degraded or eutrophic ponds and lakes, where warm, oxygen-rich water is suspended above cool, oxygen-depleted bottom waters.

As anaerobic conditions begin to develop in deeper water, naturally occurring aerobic bacteria can no longer perform beneficial tasks such as waste digestion and water purification. With time, water quality greatly decreases leading to unsightly blooms of algae, the accumulation of aquatic sludge and the build-up of gases such as hydrogen sulfide (which is well know for its offensive odors). Low oxygen levels can also lead to fish death and winter kill.

Luckily, degraded ponds and lakes can easily be enhanced with the addition of a Lake Bed Aeration System. Lake Bed Aeration acts to increase dissolved oxygen levels while eliminating stratified waters. Aerobic bacteria begin to recolonize in deeper water, where they rapidly begin to digest accumulated sludge and improve water quality.

Lake Bed Aeration:

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