Moleaer will be at booth 346 at the Griffin Expo on Sept. 20-21, 2023 in Edison, NJ.
September 6, 2023 (Hawthorne, CA) – The leading nanobubble technology company, Moleaer, signed a distribution agreement with Griffin Greenhouse Supplies in June 2023 and will be exhibiting at the company’s annual Griffin Expo on September 20-21 at the New Jersey Convention and Expo Center in Edison, NJ.
The event, offered to Griffin customers to “kick off the booking season”, features a wide array of products and solutions for greenhouse and nursery growers, independent garden centers and controlled-environment agriculture operations. Customers are given the chance to speak with manufacturers and learn more about solutions that can help them improve their bottom line and sustainability goals.
Moleaer will feature the Lotus and Neo N nanobubble generators, prime products for the greenhouse community. These products feature oxygen concentrators to increase dissolved oxygen at the root zone and inject oxygen nanobubbles for water quality improvements, biofilm and pathogen reduction and more.
Nanobubbles are nano-sized bubbles that measure between 70-120 nanometers in diameter, roughly 2500 times smaller than a grain of salt. These electrochemically charged bubbles alter the properties of water to deliver multiple benefits. For instance, nanobubbles produce a natural oxidant when they encounter contaminants in the water. Due to their neutral buoyancy, they move randomly and continuously through water in all parts of an irrigation system via Brownian motion. This allows nanobubbles to reduce water-borne pathogens and algae in irrigation water whether it’s stored in a tank or on a reservoir.
Moleaer’s customers have seen up to 80% reduced root pathogens, increased yields, reduced chemical usage and shorter crop cycles. Harster Greenhouses, a greenhouse ornamental grower, for example, was able to improve their crop quality resulting in a more consistent and shorter growth cycle, from 8 to 6 weeks and lower inputs. Harster also sped up propagation by 10 days and reduced fertilizer usage by 10%. From improved root health and development, their customers also noticed the benefits of healthier, less wilted plants after 4–5-day transport. These advantages led Harster to install four Moleaer’s nanobubble generators at their facility, from their irrigation reservoir to their propagation and production tanks.
Moleaer’s technology can be installed on any stored water supply in a greenhouse or outdoor facility. Growers see increased yields and better-quality crops with the same amount of water and often reduced inputs.
Visit booth 346 to meet Moleaer’s team who’ll share the power of nanobubbles and a special offer with Griffin’s customers. Can’t make it to the Griffin Expo this year? No problem, you can download this eBook to learn more about the benefits of nanobubbles for ornamental crops or get connected with our team by filling out this short form.
For more information, please visit Moleaer's website.
Moleaer™ is the global leader in nanobubble technology with a mission to do more using less water. By deploying the power of nanobubbles, the company enhances and improves the performance and productivity of many of the world’s most critical industrial processes. Its proprietary nanobubble technology unlocks the power of water to help farmers grow more food, empowers businesses to manage water more effectively and efficiently, and restores aquatic ecosystems sustainably without chemicals.
Moleaer has deployed more than 2,400 nanobubble generator installations in more than 52 countries. The generators inject nanobubbles ― 2,500 times smaller than a grain of salt ― that supersaturate the water with oxygen or other gases, form mild oxidants for disinfection, and increase water’s ability to permeate soil and rock. Moleaer’s patented nanobubble technology provides the highest oxygen transfer rate in the industry at >85% and is a cost-effective, chemical-free solution proven to increase sustainable food production through better plant health and heat tolerance, reduce the use of chemicals across water-based industrial processes including the food value chain, restore aquatic ecosystems, and improve natural resource recovery.