OLOID - Technology

Technology always involves mathematics and physics. This is also the case with the oloid. We have summarized some considerations that explain step by step how the shape of the Oloid was discovered and which geometric-physical properties the Oloid has that lead to its amazingly low energy consumption in technical applications with our OLOID systems. The OLOID is a device that can fulfill 2 functions simultaneously. It serves as an agitator or as an aerator. This is defined by the immersion depth of the OLOID body in the water.
➨ OLOID as agitator
➨ OLOID as a surface aerator

Left and center: OLOID type 400 with float and bridge; right: OLOID type 400 with gearbox housing and motor

There are two holes on the bridge of the float for adjusting the height of the OLOIDES and another 5 holes are available on the gearbox. This allows 10 possible combinations, 3 of which are not suitable for operation for technical reasons. The 7 remaining positions allow a smooth transition from agitator to agitator with aeration function. For the effect of the OLOID, this also means a smooth transition from maximum circulation to good circulation and high oxygen input to low oxygen input. They can be used as agitators and/or aerators. The numbers represent the length of the OLOID body in millimeters.

Product family from left to right: OLOID 200; OLOID 400 and OLOID 600