WerlWind is a floating aerator, guided by a windmill, to add dissolved oxygen to pond water without electricity.
WERLWind is a non-submersible aeration system comprised of vertical axis wind turbines coupled to an impeller underwater using a renewable energy power source. Its primary role is to add dissolved oxygen to pond water through a continuous back and forth mechanical movement of enriched oxygen -water from the surface to the pond’s bottom.
This product is intended to be distributed in Southeast Asia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, and Indonesia.
The primary competitors of this product are DO Tablets and Paddlewheel aerator.
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WERLWind is composed of vertical axis wind turbines coupled to an impeller underwater using a wind power source. The vertical axis wind turbines capture the wind energy through the movement of its blades in the wind directions and return oxygen-depleted water from the bottom to the surface to be recharged with dissolved oxygen continually.
Users receive technical support from the manufacturer and then continue the maintenance of their product on their own.
The replacement components are very easy to get in stores and the turbine scoops or bearings or the impeller can be very easily replaceable. The customer can upgrade them so long as the shaft can support the extra loads from a bigger turbine Interview with representative.
The product increases green energy (wind power) and reduces carbon emissions by promoting sustainable farming methods, increasing yields for smallholder fish farmers in the developing world.
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) in Austria and WERLWind.
Blades are made with solid material which can cause hazard if malutilised by the fish farmers or any customer.
The customers can attend workshops organized by the manufacturers to learn about how to maintain the WERLWind Interview with representative.
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