The energetically optimized rotor-stator turbine is designed to suck in fresh air directly from the environment into the ACETATOR via an air pipe without an additional compressor.
Within the aeration turbine the air is intensively dispersed with the liquid in the ACETATOR to produce very fine gas bubbles.
The rotor of the turbine conveys this dispersion through the channels of the stator into the bottom area of the ACETATOR, from which the finely distributed gas bubbles rise homogeneously. The atmospheric oxygen is released into the liquid and is consumed by the acetic bacteria for the conversion of alcohol into acetic acid.
Example of an installation of an aerator TYP 2400 SC with 75 kW in an ACETATOR tank.
Each of our aerators is thoroughly tested over several days after production and assembly in our acceptance tank and the corresponding data is documented. Only when everything is to our complete satisfaction, the aerator is shipped to its final destination.