Tests at Auburn University in Georgia showed that fish production increased from 3,000 lbs. per acre in un-aerated ponds to 6,000 lbs. per acre in aerated ponds, using the CLEAN-FLO system aerators.
Seasonal production tests monitored by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Operation Walleye at Alexandria, Minnesota, demonstrated an increase in walleye fingerlings from an average of 38.3 lbs. per acre for un-aerated ponds to 69 pounds per acre using CLEAN-FLO system aeration. The fingerlings in the un-aerated ponds averaged 4.5 fish per pound, while the fingerlings in the CLEAN-FLO aerated pond averaged 3.2 fish per pound.
Tests by Minnesota Department of Natural Resources in St. Paul, Minnesota on two lakes with CLEAN-FLO aerators showed more abundant fish, which were twice as large as the statewide or local average. A fishing survey showed an average of 49 hours per acre fishing pressure in 13 neighboring un-aerated lakes versus 133 hours per acre for these two CLEAN-FLO aerated lakes.
Taiwan fish farmers reported double the growth rate, no more fish kills, and double the number of fish raised using CLEAN-FLO fish pond aeration.