Microbubble generators use the micro and nanobubble (MNB) technology for wastewater treatment solutions and serve as problem-solving alternatives to address the current and growing global concern about the depletion of water resources.
Microbubble generators are capable of producing billions to trillions of nano bubbles that are important in treating waters.
Nanobubbles are superior to all other scalable gas transfer methods because they remain suspended and disperse to deliver gas throughout the liquid volume; they remain stable in liquid until they interact with surfaces or contaminants; they continue to transfer gas to liquid until they collapse. That said, microbubble generators are integral parts of numerous water treatment and aeration systems.
The micro/nano bubble generator is using a simple method to solve micro bubbles in a liquid. This bubble generator uses the properties of the vortex pump turbine and effectively solves gas with a liquid or two liquids, and adding it under pressure into a process. A device that can be useful for efficient mixing and dissolving of the gaseous products in fluids. It is for this purpose equipped with a special impeller and can be used for continuous operation.