Dissolved oxygen (DO) monitoring is essential for controlling the oxygen aeration or injection process.
The optimization of the biological process, whether with regard to organic matter removal, nitrification or nitrification/denitrification, depends on maintaining optimal DO levels.
DO level control. It is necessary for two reasons.
The first is supersaturation that can lead to the disease and death of the fish in case of a 103% saturation is exceeded.
The second is to optimize the level of consumption of electricity and liquid oxygen, which translates into significant energy savings.