West Nile Virus Prevention:

Concerned about West Nile Virus in your residential pond, dugout or even just on the golf course? Mosquitoes prefer stagnant, nutrient rich water and temporary wet areas for breeding. Studies show that aeration is an extremely effective way to keep mosquitoes from breeding in water.

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"The water in our pond is now so clean that a local scuba diver actually approached me recently to ask if he could spear fish in our trout pond."

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Crop Farmers

Farmers have water dugouts and ponds in selected areas of their fields to provide cost effective irrigation for their crops and ensuring that poisonous bacteria is not transmitted into their harvests.

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Golf Courses

Courses need these aeration systems to help oxidize the waste that is being created by ducks and other birds. The smell combined with the odd looking color of the water has driven many ...

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Cattle Farmers

Farmers have water dugouts and ponds scattered all over their property providing clean drinking water for grazing cattle and horses ensuring their animals remain healthy and strong.

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Residential Ponds

These recreational applications often apply in order to eliminate the foul smell of rotten eggs caused by stagnated water. The clean, clear water looks good and also helps reduce mosquitoes in the area.

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Drinking Water Reservoirs

Superior Windmill effectively circulates large areas of water with no energy requirements thus helping keep the drinking water healthy and clean.

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Fish Hatcheries

Fish Hatcheries need extra oxygen in their water to burn up additional amounts of pollution created by the large amounts of fish waste and to lower the amount of fish kill caused by the lack of oxygen.

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