aquaturbo bauer

Aqua Turbo Systems Group is proud to announce that it successfully delivered its first AER-GS with a BAUER submersible Gearbox (
After intensive testing of the first prototypes we are ready to commercialize these new submersible gearboxes.

The picture shows a 5,5 kW unit. This type of motor will be offered for all our Submersible Aerators ranging from 1,1 kW till 30kW.
The motors are IP68 rated and have the following characteristics:

  • Continuous operation
  • High energy saving
  • Designed for permanent submersible operation
  • High reliability
  • Simple maintenance
  • Special sealing flange incl. leakage sensor
  • Power cable easy to replace

The submersible AER-GS is a low speed submersible bottom aerator that consists of a heavy-duty submersible gearbox with a top mounted submersible electrical motor. This gearbox is mounted on a support structure that allows the unit to stand on the floor.

More info on this product can be found here. For any question related to our products in general, please contact us at


aquasystems rental solutions

Aquasystems entered into a partnership with GRENKE, a German based finance company. This allows Aquasystems to offer Long Term Rental solutions to its customers.

Since many years Aquasystems offers Short Term Rental solutions. Therefore Aquasystems owns a up-to-date rental fleet which consists of more than 100 machines. The status of this rental fleet can be consulted on Aquasystems’ website. On top of this Short Term solutions, Long Term Rental solutions are offered as well.

Long Term Rental solutions can be interesting for miscellaneous reasons such as:

  • Cost Control – Better cost control is possible with rented equipment. Knowing the exact cost of owned equipment is difficult to determine. Acquisition, repair, maintenance, transportation and facility expense are just some of the variables;
  • Inventory Control – Contractors in particular often find that they have less inventory loss due to pilferage when equipment is rented rather than owned. There is a logical reason for this. The presence of a continuous billing on a rental item or the occasional friendly call from your rental yard inquiring as to the status of your rental tends to establish accountability for that item;
  • Disposal Costs – It costs money to sell any type of used or obsolete equipment. Preparing (or repairing) the equipment for resale, advertising and selling time are cost factors of ownership that do not occur with rental equipment;
  • Obsolescence – Faster and better equipment is constantly appearing, as manufactures battle for a market keenly aware of rising wage costs. Ownership involves the risk of being handicapped with equipment which is slower and less efficient compared to newer models;
  • Correct Equipment For The Job – Ownership often forces another type of inefficiency through the use of the wrong size or type of equipment for the job. The “we’ll make it work” mentality can led to poor production, lost time, increased costs and in some cases can be a liability factor;
  • Minimum Equipment For The Job – Equipment ownership becomes particularly onerous when such equipment must lie idle, as owned equipment often does from time to time. The contractor who combines the ownership of basic equipment with quality rental equipment as needed minimizes equipment idle time.;
  • Conservation Of Capital – Renting frees up capital for other, potentially more profitable uses other than being tied;
  • Increases Borrowing Capacity – The equipment user who rents rather than buys generally finds borrowing easier because he has a better ratio of assets to liabilities, as the equipment does not appear as a liability on his balance sheet. This means that his normal line of bank credit is not disturbed.

Interested in these rental facilities? Send your request to and we’ll get in touch with you.