An apparatus that mixes air into flowing water, which is screwed onto the end of a faucet spout to help reduce splashing.
Merriam-Webster Online Dictionaryaerator (noun)
one that - aerates , especially an apparatus for something (as sewage) - aerating
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Aerators are various devices used for aeration, or mixing air with another substance, such as soil or water. These devices are used to add oxygen to the water.
Aerator may also refer to:
- Floating surface aerators, used in aerated lagoons
- Faucet aerator
- Lawn aerator
- Pond or lake aerator, used in water aeration
- Wine aerator
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