- Nanobubble Technology
Learn how nanobubbles help greenhouse growers increase dissolved oxygen levels, control pathogens and biofilm, and boost plant vigor.Learn More About Horticulture
Nanobubbles improve soil structure and function, allowing specialty crop growers to get more out of their irrigation systems.Learn More About Agriculture
Reduce chemical applications and cleaning to treat issues like algae, biofilm, and root pathogens with reservoir nanobubble treatment.Learn More About Reservoirs
Plants need water to live — but they need good-quality water to thrive. Moleaer’s irrigation and greenhouse technology injects oxygen nanobubbles into irrigation water and delivers market-leading efficiency in oxygen transfer: more oxygen near the root zone increases nutrient absorption and plant resistance to environmental stress. An oxygen-enriched root zone improves root mass, increases uptake of key nutrients like calcium and potassium, and helps suppress pathogenic growth. Reduce biofilm, source water algae, and pathogens like Pythium and Phytophthora to optimize plant health and growth.
Moleaer’s patented nanobubble generators were designed and built using our engineering team’s extensive experience with agricultural applications. They’re easy to integrate, install, and maintain — without overhauling your irrigation system. Leverage user interfaces and monitoring to ensure your system is performing at its peak.View Products
We offer a broad range of products for any size and type of project.
|Application||Water Tank Recirculation||Reservoir||Reservoir||Reservoir, Water Tank Recirculation||Reservoir, Inline Irrigation||Reservoir, Inline Irrigation|
|Flow Rate, GPM (m3/hr)||10||40||50 - 150 (11 - 34)||40 - 275 (9.1 - 62.5)||200 - 1000 (45 - 227)||500 - 5000 (114 - 1136)|
|Total Energy Consumption, kW||1.12||1 - 3.2||1 - 3.2||1.1 - 4||NA||Based on Customer Specifications|
|Gas Flow, SCFH||2||NA||0 - 30||0 - 12.7||0 - 180||Based on Customer Specifications|
The leader in nanobubble technology with over 2,400 commercial installations in 51 countries, Moleaer is trusted by growers seeking sustainable, chemical-free irrigation solutions.
We’ve developed our solutions hand in hand with innovative farmers and horticulturalists around the world, from California to South America, to the Netherlands, and have proven their efficacy on everything from avocados to tomatoes. Revol Greens — a hydroponic greenhouse facing the extreme Minnesota weather — oxygenated their deep-water culture ponds with nanobubbles to see a 15% average yield increase. Delphy, a research institute in the Netherlands, increased the DO of their water to irrigate strawberries to 30 mg / L and saw a 14% yield increase during their Spring harvest. Avocado in farmers in Chile experienced less tip burn and larger fruit.Read Case Studies
Nanobubbles produce more efficient nutrient uptake and water usage as proven in a research study by NovaCropControl
Water-borne pathogens that cause disease in plants like Pythium, Fusarium, and Phytophthora can be detrimental to entire crop operations if they get out of hand. Especially in hydroponic systems where water is reused, this can result in pathogens in every part of the irrigation system. If an outbreak is very large, it can lead to crop death and greatly impact a grower's bottom line.
Traditionally, growers have used pesticides and cleaning chemicals to keep their irrigation systems clean and reduce disease occurrence. If not dosed and handled properly, chemicals like these can have an unforeseen impact on plant health and cultivation employees.
That is why a chemical-free alternative to reduce pathogens, lower disease pressure, and control biofilm, which can harbor pathogens, is essential. Nanobubble technology improves irrigation water treatment by simply increasing the dissolved oxygen in irrigation water and injecting oxygen nanobubbles. Dissolved oxygen improves the water quality and reduces disease pressure, while nano-sized bubbles naturally oxidize pathogens and scour biofilm from irrigation systems. Growers using nanobubble technology have seen up to 90% pathogen control.
Moleaer has a wide range of specialized nanobubble technology products used in plant pathogen control in irrigation water.
These irrigation water treatment solutions are effective when applied to either the irrigation water reservoir, day tank, or as an inline solution for treating irrigation water.
Selecting the best product for your growth operations depends on:
1. How much water you use and want to treat
2. How your water is stored
3. Existing water quality challenges
4. Your budget
5. And other situational factors for your facility
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There is a reason why Moleaer's irrigation water treatment solutions and advanced greenhouse technologies are trusted by over 1,000 farmers across the globe. The following are some of the benefits you can expect:
• Cleaner and higher quality irrigation water for your crops
• Healthier and often more productive crops due to fewer problems with plant pathogens, bacteria, and disease and better nutrient and water uptake efficiency
• Sustainable irrigation practices because of better management and operation of irrigation systems
Growers that have switched from chemicals to Moleaer's advanced irrigation water treatment solutions for their crops have witnessed a wide range of benefits, such as,
• More than 20% increase in crop yields
• At least 94% peak Pythium reductions
• Reduce soil compaction by up to 20%
• Reduce fertilizer and water inputs
As a result, the use of Moleaer technology for treating irrigation water has increased rapidly around the world.
Using nanobubbles has been shown to have a direct impact on soil health and function.
Nanobubbles reduce the surface tension of water molecules which results in better infiltration of water to the root zone of the plants. This increases the breakdown of organic matter and the growth of microorganisms in the soil.
The use of nanobubbles also improves soil flocculation while reducing compaction. This promotes better nutrient conversion and increases capillary water distribution around the roots.
Soil treated with nanobubbles also contains fewer plant pathogens than untreated soils because the increase in dissolved oxygen results in the creation of an environment that is not suitable for the growth of plant pathogens.