TRN (Aerators)

TRN Series

The TRN-series is a submersible self-aspirating aerator designed for aeration and mixing of wastewater. The liquid flow generated by Tsurumi’s special semi-open impeller causes negative pressure to form on the backside of the impeller vanes and draw in air from above the water’s surface. The aspirated air, mixed with water viciously by mechanical forces inside the impeller and guide vane, transforms into tiny bubbles. Moreover, the mixed flow of air and water is evenly discharged in multiple directions along the circumference. The compounded action of the air lift and convective currents that are generated in the process makes aeration and agitation very efficient and increases the amount of oxygen dissolved in the water.

Application to Deeper Installation
Each aerator has a limit in its installation depth, but Tsurumi provides an optional device by which the aerator can be installed in deeper places. It is a simple stand or a stand with draft tube. Details are available on request.

Discharge Bore(mm) 32 – 150
Motor Output(kW) 0.75 – 40

 

 

Note:
1. Not all the pumps listed in the catalogue are available for Australia. Models for Australia are listed below under ‘Models’
2. Product guides / catalogues may vary for Australia. Contact us for the latest technical data

(The air flow rates are expressed at the standard condition, i.e. temperature of 20℃, 1 atm and may vary by up to approximately 5%)

     

Air-inlet
Bore
(mm)
ModelMotor
Output
(kW)
PhaseStarting
Method
Solids
Passage
(mm)
Max.
Water Depth*1
(m)
3232TRN2.750.75ThreeD.O.L.103.5
3232TRN21.51.5ThreeD.O.L.123.5
5050TRN42.22.2ThreeD.O.L.123.6
5050TRN43.73.7ThreeD.O.L.124
5050TRN45.55.5ThreeD.O.L.154
8080TRN47.57.5ThreeD.O.L.154.5
8080TRN41212ThreeStar-Delta156
8080TRN41717ThreeStar-Delta156
100100TRN42424ThreeStar-Delta226
150150TRN44040ThreeStar-Delta256

*1 Max. water depth is the load limit of the motor. The load placed on the motor increase the deeper the submersible aerator is installed, therefore if the aerator is operated below the max. water depth, the overload will trip the motor protection device and stop the aerator from running continuously.