I have a 3 tier system with 2 coolers and a boil kettle with a boilcoil heater in it. I heat water and then pump it into the mash tun or the holding tank cooler (sparge water). I use a whirlpool immersion chiller to chill.
So, something I can't square is how to cool the wort quickly. In my current setup I use a pump to pump it in a whirlpool while the chiller runs, knocking the wort down from 212 to 65 in about 10 minutes.
After that, I put it in a fridge to chill down to pitch temp (for lagers, 8C) or I just aerate and pitch if it is an ale. The chilling to lager temps can take 5 hours or so. I'm currently fermenting in BigMouth Bubblers, and I siphon into purged kegs when they are done. I usually pitch a bit of active yeast into the keg to scavenge up oxygen that got in there during the transfer and carbonate it a bit.
So, I can manage oxygen pretty well enough on the cold side (nobody calls out oxidation in my beers), but on the hot side I have a hard time seeing how I could get there.