Microbubble and Nanobubble Generators
Interest in microbubble and nanobubble generators is coming from a wide range of areas such as wastewater treatment, agriculture, horticulture, hydroponic growers, aquaculture farms and environmental remediation. Although its early days for this technology, ongoing research here and overseas has led to some excellent results in areas such as wastewater treatment and for improved health and growth rates in plants and aquaculture species. Also a number of vegetable growers are using microbubbles and nanobubbles of oxygen to infuse their irrigation water which is improving crop yields across various plant types.
The photo above was taken at the OzWater18 International water conference and exhibition that was held in Brisbane and shows a small microbubble generator, of just 1.1kW that produces 10 cubic meters an hour. We represent this particular model, along with other large capacity systems and specialist research equipment.
In the photo you can see a glass display tank below the generator that is full of microbubbles. Although individual microbubbles are far too small to see, they appear like a cloud of smoke in the water. If you would like additional information about the fundamentals and many applications of microbubbles and nanobubbles you can download a PDF from a 2017 symposium about this innovative technology and you can also view this short video about nanobubbles.