Gas infusion

April 1, 2013
Fortrans Inc. has announced new technology for aeration of wastewater.

Fortrans Inc. has announced new technology for aeration of wastewater. The new Dif-Jet™ gas infusion device is a less expensive alternative to ordinary diffusers, injectors and sparger designs for aeration of wastewater. The infuser does not make bubbles; instead, it infuses oxygen from air or pure oxygen into the water. Typical infusion rates of 90% to 95% dissolved oxygen are possible using air and well above saturation levels using pure oxygen. The patent-pending design also allows for mixing multiple gases into water when desired or required. The system reportedly requires less energy and can put more oxygen into water than blower systems or compressed air systems using diffusers.

Fortrans Inc.

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