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Fountains vs. Aerators:
Which One is Better?
Fountains and aerators can help improve the overall water quality of lakes, ponds, canals, and other bodies of water. But what’s the difference between the two?
Fountains offer both function and aesthetic appeal for waterways. The various spraying patterns create large, beautiful displays and bring back dissolved oxygen back into stagnant water. The constant movement in the water reduces excessive algae growth, preventing muck and invasive vegetation from developing. This results in waterways with better visibility, making ideal habitats for aquatic species.
On the other hand, aerators focus more on function. They cut down on nutrient load (pond muck and decomposing debris), alleviate foul odors, and reduce the accumulation of bottom sediment. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution, Southern Aquatics & Construction Inc. can help you choose a product that best suits your waterway’s size, shape, and depth.
Aquasweep Muck and Silt Eliminator
This is the waterfront owner’s dream machine for clearing out layers of muck and debris that have settled around your dock, in your water and at your beach front. The Aquasweep Muck and Silt Eliminator can target and eliminate a variety of nuisances like floating grasses, submersed algae, and even muck along the bottom. It has many options for motor sizes and mounting choices (Floating, Free-Standing, or Dock-Mounted). With an on-site consultation, we can help you get just what your waterway needs!
The Scott Aerator Company Product Warranty
Scott Aerator Company will replace failed parts under warranty when the defective unit is returned to the factory, shipping prepaid by customer, if factory inspection establishes that the part was defective. The unit must be returned to the factory prior to shipment of replacement parts. All parts replaced under this warranty if requested will be returned with shipping prepaid.
Scott Aerator Company will not be liable for consequential damage nor for any costs associated with removal or attempts to repair components in the field.