Static tube aeration system technology was developed in the late 1960's as a solution to the specific demands and challenges of treating wastewater in small municipalities. With recent advancements in instrumentation and controls, this equipment can be designed and installed with
minimal capital cost, while retaining its coveted maintenance-free properties. With advancements in remote monitoring technology, a static tube aeration system can be designed in such a manner so as to all but eliminate the need for continual operator attention, further reducing the operating
costs of small municipalities.
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