- Nanobubble Technology
Moleaer's nanobubble technology increases productivity across a wide range of industrial and commercial processes.
Moleaer's patented technology injects trillions of nano-sized gas bubbles or nanobubbles into liquid to deliver best-in-class gas-to-liquid transfer. Nanobubbles are non-buoyant and electrochemically active that degrade contaminants, enhance oxidizing processes, and reduce the surface tension of water. These characteristics enable nanobubbles to replace inefficient, energy-intensive gas transfer equipment and harmful chemicals and surfactants with a single, energy-efficient, chemical-free solution.
“We have been using Moleaer’s nanobubble generator here at the Westin Hapuna Beach Resort since March 2022, and it has been a game changer! We have been absolutely thrilled with the improvements to the health of the plants and fish. After just a short time, the clarity in the pond increased dramatically which has translated into a better experience for our Resort guests, and the fact that it is an all-natural treatment is an added bonus!”Read Full Case Study
"We are thrilled with the results we have seen at our Revol Greens greenhouse since installing the Bloom. The ability of the system to help manage Pythium in water while promoting plant growth is substantial to our bottom line. The on-average 15% improvement in our yields was very surprising. This technology has demonstrated to us that it should and will be standardized into our current facility and the 3-hectare expansion we are doing this year."Read the Revol Greens Case Study
“Moleaer is playing an integral part in helping us to meet compliance standards by reducing water usage, and improving biological oxygen demand (BOD) and total suspended solids (TSS) discharge levels."Read Full Case Study
"We’re planning to increase production by over 20 million pounds of cheese and whey products over the next 3 years since installing Moleaer equipment in our wastewater process. That includes avoiding $10 million in CAPEX improvements we would have needed to make. We recommend Moleaer’s system for other cheese manufacturers looking to increase their wastewater treatment capacity and production at the same time."Read Full Case Study
“We strongly believe that nanobubbles, in combination with soil amendments and microbes, such as mycorrhiza, have improved the soil structure, which can be seen in improved and new root development, better water infiltration and water retention.”Read Full Case Study
Nanobubbles, given their name from their nano size, measure between 70-120 nanometers in diameter, roughly 2500 times smaller than a grain of salt. They are formed by injecting any gas into any liquid. They are commonly called nano bubbles, microbubbles, micro nano bubbles, nano-sized bubbles and ultra fine bubbles. Additionally, you may also see nanobubble technology called nanobubbler, nano bubbler, nanobubble generators and nanobubble enrichment systems.
Their chemical and physical properties allow them to be instrumental in a series of applications that span wastewater treatment, plant growth, and more. Moleaer designs and supports a host of nanobubble systems that take advantage of these properties and behaviors to make water do more with less.
It's no secret that water is good for plants, though plants need high-quality irrigation water to thrive and produce healthy, resilient crops. With Moleaer's irrigation and greenhouse technology, oxygen or air nanobubbles are injected into irrigation water to supersaturate it with high levels of dissolved oxygen and nanobubbles.
Moleaer’s nanobubble generators deliver mass transfer of gas with over 85% transfer efficiency, higher than any other aeration technology on the market. The dissolved oxygen remains in the irrigation water for long periods of time, and travels all the way to the root zone, even when applied to an irrigation reservoir or day tank.
This means that oxygen transfer becomes optimized, which leads to better nutrient absorption efficiency. Bear in mind that oxygen, alongside glucose, is a key component of root respiration, the process that plants use to transform glucose (from photosynthesis) to ATP.
More oxygen available in the root zone improves root absorption of nutrients and water. In addition to high levels of dissolved oxygen, nanobubbles provide their own benefits, including suppressing water-borne pathogens, reducing biofilm, improving infiltration into soils, soil substrates, and more.
Unlike larger bubbles, nanobubbles are extremely small (nano-sized) gas bubbles that have a series of unique chemical and physical properties. Here's a brief overview:
-A strong negatively charged surface that allows for stability in liquid
-The ability to physically separate small particles and droplets
-Potential for releasing hydroxyl radicals (HO), which destroy hard-to-kill water contaminants
- Neutrally buoyant and can remain suspended for weeks in water without surfacing and move randomly through liquids in the form of Brownian Motion.
The surface charge of nanobubbles allows them to naturally adhere to emulsified, colloidal, and suspended materials, helping remove them from wastewater streams and increasing process efficiency.
When compared to air saturators, nanobubble solid removal requires up to 90% less energy consumption. Some of the elements that nanobubble enriched water can help remove are:
-Fats and grease
The potential use for nanobubble technology is vast, which is why Moleaer continues to improve current applications while researching and discovering new ones. Currently, the main industries that benefit from our nanobubble generation machines are:
-Agriculture and Horticulture
-Lakes and Ponds
-Oil and Gas
Deploying the leading nanobubble systems is even more accessible with Moleaer’s Nanobubbles-as-a-Service (NaaS), which offers modular and flexible rentals. If upfront capital cost is a concern, NaaS is a great option for you, especially to meet high seasonal demands or unexpected conditions.
NaaS offers flexibility, remote monitoring capabilities, gas injection (air, O2, CO2, N2, etc) for specialized applications, and scalability from 500 to 5,000 GPM. Learn more about NaaS.
While you may be aware of nanobubble technology, you may not necessarily understand the full extent of its benefits in your industry. How will it help improve my lake or pond health? Why is the oxygen concentrator in the system important and more convenient? What does the setup look like? How do I install the system? What kind of support can you get?
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Remote monitoring services are available on select nanobubble generators, deliver the data you need via computer or app, and simplify the process of keeping track of your operations.
This includes equipment monitoring 24/7, so you can handle maintenance or other alerts proactively.
24/7 water quality monitoring is also available, which allows you to stay on top of the key parameters and helps you to maintain your water quality standards.
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Moleaer, the global leader in nanobubble technology, was founded in 2016 by Warren Russell and Bruce Scholten, and since then, the company has stayed true to a commitment to delivering innovative nanobubble solutions to our valued customers.
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