aerate before it's too late.
Now’s the time to look at a Keeton Deicing Aeration System.
Because once the pond freezes it might be too late.
6 Reasons to Deice Your Pond or Lake this Fall.
The benefits of deicing your pond with a Keeton Deicing Aeration System are numerous. But to enjoy those benefits throughout the winter, it’s imperative that you start the process before the water freezes.
Prevent Fish Kill
Prevent Boat Damage
Prevent Damage to Docks
and Boat Launches
Attract Water Fowl
Improve Water Quality
Reduce Pond Odors
SOLAR POWERED OR ELECTRIC AERATION DEICERS
Keeton Industries offers a deicing aeration system that will fit your needs. Select from our solar powered or electric aeration systems.
Solaer™ Solar Powered Deicing Aeration Systems
Keeton Industries changed the subsurface aeration market forever when we developed the first deicing solar powered aeration system. Our patented Solaer systems are one of a kind. The energy efficient design allows them to be deployed anywhere and provide all of the benefits of a standard deicing aeration system without the need for power.
QuietLine™ Electric Deicing Aeration Systems
Keeton Industries line of electrically powered deicing aeration systems are the premier brand in the deicing market. For the last four decades, we have strived to provide our customers with the best quality and value. These systems are by far the quietest systems you can find anywhere and will give you lasting results!
A correctly designed and installed pond deicing system has multiple benefits; some of those benefits extend to 12 months of the year. For instance, improved water quality, reduced sludge/muck accumulation, better fish survival year around, and pond odor reduction.
There are two methods used to deice ponds on the market. One is mounted propellers (ice eaters) that direct water flow from the warmer lower reaches of the pond to the surface. The warmer water reduces ice formation.
Keeton Industries addresses pond deicing with a more efficient process. Our micro-bubble aeration diffusers create a water flow as the bubbles rise to the surface. The air in the water column makes the water lighter, so the warmer water from the bottom rises up to the surface, reducing ice formation.
Both methods of deicing will work well, the primary difference is in power consumption. Since air has a much lower mass (weight) than water, it takes less horsepower to pump the air than it does to pump the water with a propeller.
Other advantages of deicing with air bubbles: no power in the water, longer line runs are possible with air tubing than with a power cable (more flexibility in placement), and of course easy maintenance with the equipment on the shoreline instead of in the water.
If you’re interested in checking into the advantages of pond deicing, and design and cost factors, contact Keeton Industries for a free estimate!