Aeration hose works in conjunction with an air supply. It deliver oxygen to water .
Aeration hose features numerous tiny pores throughout its length.
These micro pores allow air to pass through them easily. In this way, it create a vast amount of micro bubbles. The bubble size at an average size of 3 mm each. It bubbles continuously in the water. Micro bubbles maximize the surface area of the water. It exposes more water to the air. This results in a significantly higher rate of oxygen transfer than conventional aeration systems.
Micro bubbles also take longer to rise in water and stay intact in water longer. This gives the bubbles more exposure to the water. It Provide enough dissolved oxygen through the bubble-water interface. It will not break at the surface, and prevent releasing the oxygen into the atmosphere.
Aeration hose also produces superior water circulation.
It is important to aeration. Besides, the aeration hose also improves water quality. In aquaculture applications. For example, it creates the water circulation. The circulation can keep solids for fish and shrimp suspending. Then the solids will mot settle at the bottom of the tank. Because they can produce harmful ammonia and nitrates in the bottoms.