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Markham Vineyards
We think it might be the place with all the lagoons.  If not please identify and we will make the correction.

    I think I'm seeing at least two stirring machines (flowing sideways) that have electricity in the water in that darker lagoon at the north end.  It also has a another straight-up unit of some sort.  The lighter-colored long lagoon has five or so of the straight up units.  I don't know what they are but they don't appear to be lakebed aeration systems like

THIS> .  Probably I would put in about a 1.5 HP system to run six 12" Ceramic Diffusers in the long lagoon and about a TR3-12" Ceramic in the dark lagoon.  The other lagoon cells could also be treated according to their usage.  [I'm just guessing at what to do compared with what I think is being done just looking at this picture.]

    At any rate, I think we can likely save a lot of horsepower and maintenance if we can just find out what is needed here and what you are currently doing it with.  For sure, we could greatly improve on the process of the "sideways" stirring machines.    CALL OR EMAIL ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT

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