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Before we had the Ameram Aeromixer we used to get a crust on the tank so thick you could walk on it - no sign of that now. That is why we have bought a second Aeromixer system for our other farm

William Venn,
Dairy Farmer,
Taunton

How the Aeromixer system works

The compressor is activated by the digital clock in the control panel. Air is fed into the primary rotary valve which feeds the 12, 16 or 20 port rotary distribution valves, which are fixed to the top of the tank or to the walls above a cellar.

The rotary distribution valves are connected, by Polyethylene pipe, to the 2 or 4 outlet manifolds which are securely fixed to the floor with stainless steel fixings. Only 1 port, in the whole system, is 'live' at any time, causing air to be jetted out at 2 or 4 specified points. The pneumatic distribution rotary valve then revolves to open the next port.

The system works during the night for the amount of time required dependent upon the tank size.