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high-concentration GaLF

ultrafineGaLF high concentration model ultrafine bubble generator

GaLF high-concentration ultrafine bubble generator



The high-concentration GaLF is an ultrafine bubbles or nanobubbles generator that is producing the highest concentration of bubbles in the Finebubble industry. This flexible unit can be used with Oxygen, Air, CO2 and Nitrogen gas. The unit can be used by researchers, universities and laboratories that need a high concentration of nanobubbles for fundamental research. The high-concentration GaLF has an on-board PLC which controls pressure settings and flow resulting in the maximum performance in the generation of ultrafine bubbles. The start and stop times can be set on the PLC also it has the option to connect an external sensor, such as a DO sensor or the ALT-9F17 Ultrafine Bubble Monitoring. That regulates the starts and stops depending on the bubble concentration.


The high-concentration GaLF can be used for general product development and for fundamental research with liquids and gas. The unit is easy to operate has a compact design and is built from top quality components in a steel cabinet. This robust unit has a flow of 17 liters per minute around 4.4 gallons. After development when there is a desire to upgrade to larger volumes for production or large-scale application acniti supplies the blenderGaLF. The blenderGaLF is available in 5 different sizes of which the 100 and 200 liter per minute.


GaLF stands for Gas Liquid Foam, it’s a pressurized mixing technology, to create ultrafine bubbles. The technology is invented and patented by IDEC. The IDEC GaLF technology succeeds in generating over one billion stable bubbles per milliliter in water that are as tiny as 100 nm or less than 1 micron in diameter. Using this ultrafine bubble water can help biological processes in plants and fish. The fine bubbles are negatively charged which strengthen waters ability to better clean and remove contaminants.


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