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Over the last 35 years, Keeton Industries has worked to develop a totally biological approach to pond and lake management and maintenance. We have learned that a biological system including subsurface aeration and beneficial microbe application has been proven to be the most effective solution to water quality issues.

 

 Aeration Systems

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Subsurface aeration is a proven technology, and is considered to be the foundation for improving and maintaining proper water quality and clarity in ponds and lakes. Subsurface aeration eliminates stratification, increases dissolved oxygen levels and improves water quality. It also creates the proper conditions to grow and maintain large populations of beneficial microbes. We offer our Quiet Line Electric Aeration System Series and Solaer™ Solar-Powered Aeration System Series for those remote locations.  Read More

 

Beneficial Microbes

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Beneficial microbes are naturally occurring microorganisms that perform beneficial tasks in the aquatic environment. These bacteria are capable of improving water quality and clarity by targeting organic particulates and excess nutrients, such as Nitrogen and Phosphorus, brought in by various sources. Although beneficial microbes are naturally occurring, they typically are present in low concentrations that are not able to improve water quality and clarity on their own. The application of beneficial microbes can boost their populations giving them the ability to effect water quality and clarity, fish health and/or reduce lake bottom sludge. Read More

 

Aquatic Dye

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Alpine Blue™ aquatic dye is a helpful tool to help create a natural, healthy looking lake environment. Adding a dye to your pond or lake can turn ugly water into a pleasant blue color. Not only does it create an aesthetically pleasing body of water, it shades the water to aid in protecting fish and other aquatic inhabitants from poaching by predatory birds. Read More