- Compact design, small footprint
- Direct connection to faucet
- miniGaLF Plus: expand the unit with a pump, to recirculate water and generate high concentrated bubble water.
- Two models: as ultrafine bubble unit and micro bubble unit
- Efficient gas dissolution
The miniGaLF is an entry level GaLF model designed for companies, universities, research institutes and individuals that want to learn about ultrafine bubble technology. The miniGaLF provides a lot of possibilities to design your own ultrafine bubble application as it is easy to fit and retrofit in existing machines and processes. In the simplest setup just connect the miniGaLF to your water tap and add a gas source either from a compressor or a gas cylinder and you are ready to go. In the more advanced setup, you can add a recirculation system to achieve higher concentrations of ultrafine bubble water, which we call -Plus as an option. The -Plus version has a check valve and a pump. Read the blog post about the miniGaLF -Plus version for more information how to integrate the unit with a pump.
The miniGaLF is available in two versions an ultrafine / nano bubble version FZ1N-04M and a micro bubble version FZ1A-04M. The ultrafine bubble unit is the most popular model. The miniGaLF comes with a power adapter from 115 Volt to 230 Volt so it always matches the local power in your office or home. When you want to connect the miniGaLF to a faucet, check if the water supply is at least 7.5 liters / minute. Test this by running the faucet for 1 minute and collect the water in a bucket and measure the volume.
Besides the miniGaLF, Acniti provides other GaLF models such as agriGaLF, high-spec GaLF, and custom built units. When larger volumes of liquids are required please consider the agriGaLF as this is our high-volume solution or the UFB Mixers for lake pond or seawater treatment. For researchers and product developers, that require the highest density of bubbles Acniti provides the high-spec GaLF, this top model delivers the smallest bubble size with the highest concentration of ultrafine bubbles in the industry.