Lawn Aerating

The degree to which leachate must be managed depends primarily on precipitation amounts, types of feedstocks and regulations. Collecting these liquids is challenging, since water doesn’t flow under piles very predictably and the entrained solids require regular cleaning/flushing from wherever they are captured. Peak aeration rate is thus a key element of aeration floor design. The design goal should be to provide the peak aeration rates shown in Table 1 with uniform distribution of airflow, and without unduly high operating pressures that waste fan power. Lower pressure aeration systems conserve energy; as operating pressures increase, more fan power is required to move more air into the pile.

A highly efficient weed control floor and aeration system can operate with fan pressures below 8.0 inches and still deliver aeration rates as high as 5 cfm/cy (cubic ft/minute/cubic yard). Once either larger aeration floors with high aeration rates and/or in-floor aeration designs are considered, a numerical model should be developed to test and optimize the design. By varying the parameters in the model, the designer can balance air distribution uniformity and power use. Having a well-maintained lawn contributes to your home’s overall aesthetic appeal. The Lawnsmith has more than 30 years of experience in the lawn service industry, and we give you every assurance that we will accommodate your requirements.

Get in touch with our customer service department to request a free estimate. It’s a safe, natural and sustainable way to keep your pond or lake healthy and balanced. Our All-in-One Pond Conditioner is simply the most effective, natural product on the market for achieving clean, clear, and healthy water. Koenders windmills can be found aerating ponds all how to sod over the world, improving water quality for many different functions. In Cambodia you can find a Koenders Windmill helping two amazing missionaries finance their orphan home. The bottom up motion mixes the water, reducing thermal stratification. Oxygen is equally dispersed at the bottom and top layers of the water which minimizes the risk of fish kill.