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Waiting on replacement parts can often cause costly downtime for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants. That’s why Aerator Solutions makes it quick and easy to order replacement parts to ensure your operations maintain efficiencies.

We offer replacement parts for complete EcoJet High-Speed Aerators and EcoJet High-Speed DDM Mixers and all previously manufactured aerators and mixers.

Parts are 100 percent interchangeable with the following systems:

  • Aqua-Jet® by Aqua-Aerobics
  • Evoqua
  • US Filter
  • Aerators, Inc.
  • Siemens
  • Aqua-Lator®
  • Welles Products/Peabody Welles
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Accessorize your aerator. Make the most of your operations.

Whether you need spray control or anti-icing capabilities, optional accessories are available for ultimate efficiencies.


EcoMask Spray Containment Dome

Used to control and contain the mist and spray generated by the pumping action of the aerator, the spray dome controls the water discharge and directs the water back into the bulk liquid, minimizing mist and retaining heat.

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EcoPak Anti-Ice Diffuser

Made of a cast aluminum ring, the EcoPack is bolted to the top of the discharge cone to minimize ice build-up on the machine. The ring contains heating cable and ranges from 1000 to 5000 watts, based on the horsepower of the aerator. The anti-ice diffuser is equipped with an integral junction box that contains an automatic, adjustable thermostat. The anti-ice diffuser requires an independent, 2-conductor electrical power cable for operation.

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Low Trajectory Diffuser

The low trajectory diffuser (LTD) ring is bolted to the top of the discharge cone to lower the aerator spray pattern. The LTD assembly reduces windblown spray and misting, and reduces icing in colder climates.

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Anti-Erosion Assembly

The anti-erosion assembly consists of a standard intake cone with an integral plate, attached to the bottom. The anti-erosion assembly causes water to be drawn from the sides, rather than from directly below the aerator, thus helping to prevent bottom erosion that can sometimes occur in earthen or lined basins. These assemblies are also used to prevent disturbance of the sludge blanket in lagoon systems.

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Power Cable

  • Flexible stranded copper conductors with lightweight, high dielectric strength insulation
  • Rated at 105 degrees centigrade
  • Superb flexibility, superior abrasion, ozone, chemical, oil and water resistance
  • Manufactured with non-wicking polypropylene fillers
  • Stamped “water-resistant”

Power Cable Support Bracket

  • Standard on stainless steel, optional on fiberglass floats
  • Bracket is welded to float on stainless steel models
  • Power cable is clamped to brackets to protect cable from abrasion

Quick Disconnect Plug

  • Fully insulated
  • Abuse-resistant
  • Heavy-duty housings
  • Series of neoprene glands are supplied with plugs and connectors to ensure a reliable seal at cable entry point
  • Gasketed locking rings and covers prevent contamination from dust, water and other matter

Strain Relief Grip

  • Designed to prevent tension from being transmitted to joints and terminals on the power cable, which could result in pullout
  • Stronger than cable in most applications
  • Gives much greater security than use of compression fitting alone
  • Available in sizes that match specific cable used

Power Cable Float

  • Holds power cable at water surface
  • Avoid possibility of cable dragging on bottom and getting ingested into aerator

Quick-Disconnect Receptacle

  • Fully insulated and abuse-resistant
  • Heavy-duty nylon housings
  • All metal parts made of corrosion resistant materials, color-coded by voltage, in accordance with I.E.C. standards for quick and easy identification of matching devices
  • Self-closing cover provides a weatherproof seal



Electrical Cable Tie

  • Heavy-duty weather-resistant nylon
  • Variety of available sizes to accommodate cable sizes used on aerator
  • Minimum loop tensile strength 120 pounds (complies with paragraph 3.5.1 of MIL-S-23190E)


Compression Fitting

  • Seals power cable into the motor junction box
  • Available in sizes that match specific cable used

Electrical Power Cable Selection

Depending on your configuration, Aerator Solutions has the right power cables and electrical accessories for a variety of horsepower and requirements. Don’t see the cable size or accessory you need? Just contact us for further assistance.


230 VOLTAGE                   AWG CABLE SIZE

HP AMPS 12-4 10-4 8-4 6-4 4-4 2-4 0-4 00-4 000-4
2 6.8 520 910 1400
3 9.2 290 630 990 1540
5 15 200 380 600 930 1420
7.5 22 255 405 630 965 1525
10 28 320 500 780 1240
15 40 345 525 835 1265
20 52 405 645 975 1195
25 64 520 785 970
30 76 445 655 805 980
40 100 500 610 740
50 122 520 620

460 VOLTAGE                   AWG CABLE SIZE

HP AMPS 12-4 10-4 8-4 6-4 4-4 2-4 0-4 00-4 000-4
2 3.4 2090
3 4.6 1600
5 7.5 975 1540
7.5 11 660 1040 1630
10 14 510 810 1270 1990
15 20 570 895 1395 2110
20 26 680 1060 1630
25 32 550 870 1320 2240
30 38 720 1095 1865 2620
40 50 820 1395 2000
50 62 1155 1620 1990
60 76 960 1350 1655 1995
75 90 1100 1350 1620
100 127 790 985 1260

575 VOLTAGE                   AWG CABLE SIZE

HP AMPS 12-4 10-4 8-4 6-4 4-4 2-4 0-4 00-4 000-4
2 2.7 2760
3 4 2325
5 6 1530 2430
7.5 9 1025 1625 2545
10 11 830 1320 2070
15 16 965 1425 2225
20 21 690 1080 1690
25 26 870 1360 2070
30 30 745 1155 1745
40 40 875 1325 2100
50 49 715 1085 1725
60 61 895 1425
75 71 810 1260
100 101 1230 1540 1970

Notes

  • AMPS – Full load AMPS
  • Maximum cable length in feet based on a 5% voltage drop and .90 power factor

Mooring Options

There’s more to mooring than meets they eye. Variations in water levels can influence wastewater treatment applications and selecting the proper mooring configuration for your operations can help increase overall efficiencies.

Aerator Solutions recommends several typical mooring options to help you gain optimum efficiencies and make the best use of your EcoJet High-speed aerator.

Shore Mooring is the most common mooring arrangement for wastewater treatment aerators. In this configuration, the shore-end connects to an eyebolt or embedded anchor.

Restrained Mooring is most appropriate for applications with large variations in water level. This option requires the restrained mooring frame to fit loosely around the mooring posts. Allowing the aerator to slide up and down the posts, this type of positioning easily adapts to changes in water level.

Pivotal Mooring includes arm assemblies that allow the aerator to move vertically with any change in water level. This type of accessory additionally allows convenient access for maintenance, as the pivotal mooring arms can easily be pulled to the side of the tank.


Mooring Accessories

Mooring Cable

  • Designated by the number of strands in the cable and the number of wires in each strand
  • In cable specified by Aerator Solutions, 7×19 means 7 strands of 19 wires each.
  • All mooring cable is manufactured of 7×19 strand, 304 stainless steel.

HP DIA WGHT STGH
2-30 3/16 65 3,700
40-75 1/4 110 6,400
100 3/8 243 12,000

Notes:

  • AMPS – Full load AMPS
  • Maximum cable length in feet based on a 5% voltage drop and .90 power factor

Shackles

  • Heavy-duty functionality
  • 304 stainless steel
  • Available sizes: 3/16”, 1/4”, and 3/8” for use with corresponding diameter mooring cable
  • Attached to the thimble
  • Allows for easy detachment of the aerator from the mooring line

Extension Spring

  • Used for small variations in water levels
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Installed at mooring points for approximately 10 inches of expansion for each spring

Thimble

  • Heavy-duty functionality
  • 316 stainless steel
  • Available size: 3/16”, 1/4”, and 3/8” for use with corresponding diameter mooring cable

Snap Hook

  • Heavy-duty functionality
  • 304 stainless steel
  • Available sizes: 3/16”, 1/4”, and 3/8” for use with corresponding diameter mooring cable
  • Attached to thimble
  • Allows for simple detachment of the aerator from the mooring line for scheduled maintenance or other services



Mooring Hardware Arrangement – 3/16” – 1/4”

  • For up to 30 HP: use one thimble and one clip on each end of the mooring line
  • Above 30 HP: use one thimble and two clips on each end of the mooring line.


Wire Rope Clip

  • Heavy-duty U-bolt clips
  • 316 stainless steel
  • Available sizes: 3/16”, 1/4”, and 3/8” for use with corresponding diameter mooring cable

Mooring Ring

  • 304 stainless steel
  • Connect aerators together when not moored to shore, posts, or concrete blocks


Larger Mooring Hardware Arrangement – 3/8”

  • Consists of one thimble and two wire rope clips on each end of the mooring line
  • Install U-bolt section of wire rope clips on “dead” or short end of cable
  • Install saddle on “live” or long end of cable
  • Apply second clip as near to thimble as possible