Technological advances in the production of nanobubbles are transforming the ways in which water is filtered and treated. Nanobubble generation specialists such as Bauer Energy Design develop systems for water treatment, sanitation, processing and production. These systems are effective at filtering water and adding unique properties that are helpful for sanitation and many other applications.
Paramagnetic Oxygen Nanobubbles
Water in which paramagnetic oxygen nanobubbles are dispersed has unique properties of filtration, detergency, lubricity, rinsing and solubility. These features maximize the effectiveness of treated water across a wide range of applications. Each fine bubble has a diameter of less than 100 micrometers in size, whereas ultra-fine bubbles can be smaller than 1 micrometer.
Bubbles in untreated water shrink and burst in a few microseconds. A device that combines cavitation chambers and shear planes can create bubbles that last much longer than bubbles in untreated water. Nanobubbles randomly drift in water for an extended period of time and the ionic effect of these negatively charged bubbles affects suspended particles in ways that are advantageous for water filtration and uses ranging from sanitation engineering to producing consumables.
Nanobubble Applications Across Industries
Any industry that relies on water for any processes or tasks may benefit from implementing nanobubble technology. Bauer Energy Design offers a wide range of solutions for water treatment, sanitation and consumables production. Experimentation with nanobubbles is ongoing throughout the food supply chain, from irrigation to food sanitation and beverage production. Other industries may also benefit from the ability to generate nanobubbles.
The features of water containing nanobubbles can be transformative for most applications. A nanobubble generator can provide properties such as biofilm, corrosion and mineral deposition control that may improve the functionality and prolong the life of water filters and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of consumables manufacturing or sanitation engineering.