Only 4 aerdisc® aerators remain available for Australian trials.

The highly anticipated Australian aerdisc® Trial Program is almost fully subscribed with only 4 units yet to be assigned to host sites.

The revolutionary aerdisc® Directional Aerator will be tested in a wide variety of process conditions. Each host may have a different measure of success depending on the specific challenges they face.

For some it may be as simple as increasing the DO and for others the goal may be energy savings from improved efficiency.

Based on findings from the recently completed 14 aerator Pilot Study in New Zealand, improved efficiency was closely followed by elimination of ragging, prevention of short-circuiting, and ease of access for maintenance.

A total of 20 aerdisc® Directional Aerators have been allocated to the nationwide 6-month Trial Program. Excitingly, 16 have already been assigned to leading organisations across Australia including:

Water Corporation (Harvey)
TasWater (Bridport)
Melbourne Water (Werribee)
NE Water (Baranduda)
Opal Australian Paper (Maryvale)
East Gippsland Water (Lakes Entrance)
SE Water (Longwarry)
Barwon Water (Bannockburn)
Coliban Water (Bendigo)
Greater Western Water (Riddells Creek)
North Burnett RC (Eidsvold)

Aeris Global Field Services will mechanically install the trial aerators. At the conclusion of the trial the host will have the right to purchase, but not the obligation.

To secure one of the four remaining aerdisc® units for your wastewater facility, reach out to us. Our dedicated team is ready to provide you with more information and guide you through the trial process.

Email Holly Anderson, our aerdisc® Australian Trial Program Coordinator, at if you have a site where low DO, ragging, or short-circuiting is a problem. The more challenging, the better!