A range of systems for enhancing water
through mixing and aeration.
Living Water Flow Forms have a
variety of different systems, of different sizes, for residential,
commercial or industrial use. Applications include polishing
and aeration of grey water and sewage treatment, dairy and piggery
effluent processing, dynamisation of biodynamic preparations and in
aquaculture oxygenation. The systems can reduce swimming pool
chemical use and improve air conditioning plant water quality.
There are also indoor and outdoor ornamental applications e.g.
The Flowforms mimic the aeration
qualities of natural streams via lemniscate (figure of eight)
patterns. This movement folds air into the water as it moves
downward through the forms. The supplier states this movement also
supports normal fresh water micro-organisms which, along with
aerobic breakdown of organic matter, purifies or revitalises the
water. The only energy use required for these systems, is a water
pump, so they have a low operational energy requirement when
compared to other more mechanical-based systems.
Information last verified on: 08/02/2011