The microStar uses a unique concept for the generation of nanobubbles, which is called hammer-rotation. The hammer-rotation concept of the microStar uses the least amount of energy in the industry to generate nanobubbles. The microStar releases gas in a tube and has rotating hammers inside the tube which crushes the gas into nanobubbles.
Another unique feature of this unit is that it does not generate any turbulence or strong movement in the water, compared to nanobubble generators that use a pump. This makes the microStar the perfect nanobubble generator for projects where high concentrations of gas and nanobubbles are needed and turbulence or strong flows in the water should be avoided. Think of projects like washing eggs to remove bacteria or bacteria bed filters which should not be disturbed but require adequate amounts of gas.
Contact us for more details about this unique product. Currently, we have 3 size available. The smallest unit is ideally suited for research purposes, the two larger units can be used for production purposes.
Ozone water concentration sensor
Sensor for measuring ozone concentrations levels from 0-20 mg/L in water. The working principle of the ozone concentration sensor is Lambert's cosine law, which is obtained via UV light.
Ozone gas concentration sensor
Sensor for measuring ozone concentrations levels from 0-20 mg/L in gas. The working principle of the ozone concentration sensor is Lambert's cosine law, which is obtained via UV light.
Ozone generator 5
Compact size research ozone generator 5 grams per hour, high quality 3 layer quartz corona tube. Made in Japan.
water tank 10 or 15 liter
Ozone water tank to mount the microstar 302, recommended for research purposes. The tank has a special lid to remove excess ozone.
The ozone destructor breaks down excess ozone which is not dissolved in the water.
Variable frequency drive
A variable frequency drive takes AC utility power and rectifies it to DC. The filter, usually a large capacitors where the DC power is stored and smoothed; and the inverter which takes that fixed DC voltage and converts it into adjustable frequency, adjustable voltage output for the control of an induction or synchronous motor.
The hammermill-rotation concept of the microStar uses the least amount of energy in the industry to generate nanobubbles.
The air pump is used for the microStar research setup to suck out the ozone gas, which is not dissolved in the water. By using this air suction pump in combination with the special aquarium, the setup can be used indoors.