The Toring Turbine TT200 is part of a new generation of so-called Self-Aspirating Aerators. Following many years of the research we managed to build a “Self-Aspirating Aerator” with no moving parts internally, thus obtaining a great advantage in terms of reliability and energy efficiency. Fine bubble aeration is an efficient way to transfer oxygen to a water body. The Toring Turbine TT200 outperforms any water aerator on the market today. Today we are producing the TT200 model in different configurations, which has the capacity to transfer a volume of air from 5 to 16 liters per second in relation to motor power and the depth of use. We also have in development lots of new equipment for specific applications, solutions designed for aeration of smaller watertanks, larger bodies of water…
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Water and Wastewater - Water Aeration and Mixing
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
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Toring Turbine LLC applies studies within fluid dynamics. Following many years of research on the principle of Precession applied to the rotation of fluids we managed to build a self aspirating aerator with no moving parts internally, thus obtaining a great advantage in terms of reliability and energy efficiency. Our product can transfer up to 7.5 kgO2/kWh of dissolved oxygen into water. It has an energy efficiency of up to three times higher than other “Self Aspirating Aerators” available on the market.
Today we are producing a single model in different configurations, the TT200, which has the capacity to transfer a volume of air from 5 to 18 liters per second in relation to motor power and the depth of use. We are developing two new models but primary is the TT420, which will have the capacity to transfer an air volume of approximately 150 liters per second, designed for aeration of large amounts of water.
Our goal, in period of a decade, is the gradual replacement of technologically obsolete aerators ensuring a reduction in energy needed for their operation and thereby reduce emissions of pollutants.