FracCure uses a state-of-the-art turbine which combines the physics principles of precession and centrifugal force. It has one of the highest oxygen transfer efficiencies of any aerator in the market regardless of type. Competing self-aspirating aerators, which do not use a turbine, are said to experience motor bearing failure in as little as six months. They also tend to create a current so strong that there is concern that it will unduly scour the pit liner.
FracCure Turbine Aerator is designed for frac pits
Other aerators can sand blast the pit liner, which could cause very costly repairs and clean up. FracCure aerator creates a gentle 360 degree horizontal thrust and incorporates safety low water legs, allowing the aerator to rest on the liner without damage.