Valerius Enterprise a premium segment pool and spa building company provides complete solutions for Pools, Spa and Wellness industry, with a rich engineering background the team Valerius can offer their services right from conceptualization to completion.

The pool and spa’s are designed keeping in mind the current trends of the industry and every installation is equipped with top of the line products sourced from all over the world. Each product used is tested by quality engineer and certified before use.

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Floating Aerator

In many cases, aeration is the most essential component of an effective lake or pond management plan. Valerius Enterprises are known as Floating Aerator Manufacturer in India. Floating Aerators increase diffused oxygen in the water, which in turn helps to improve the overall aquatic ecosystem. Floating Aeration is added to a lake or pond by installing either a submerged air diffused unit or a floating fountain. Either type of aeration helps to mitigate the damage caused by excessive nutrient loading and helps to restore and maintain water quality.


Specifically, here are five key reasons to utilize floating aeration as part of the ongoing management of your lake or pond:

1. Floating Aeration helps to reduce and eliminate many of the water quality issues that often lead to problematic pond algae blooms. The use of aeration may also result in improved water clarity as well as a reduction in foul odors that are frequently emitted from stagnant water bodies.

 2. Floating Fountains are visually pleasing additions to lakes and ponds, and provide distinction and splendor.

3. Mosquitoes breed in and prefer to live near shallow and stagnant water. Aeration helps to reduce mosquito activity by continuously circulating water throughout your lake or pond.

4. Floating Aeration provides an oxygen-rich aquatic environment, which leads to a healthier habitat for fish and other aquatic life.

5. The increase in diffused oxygen from proper aeration supports and encourages the growth of beneficial aerobic bacteria. These beneficial bacteria break down organic matter and consume excess nutrients, which reduces the overall accumulation of organic sediment on the bottom of your lake or pond.