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Examples milli bubbles, micro bubble and ultrafine bubbles

Bubble sizes and properties

Bubbles are gas filled cavities in water. The contact area between bubbles in water filled with tiny bubbles is much larger than water filled with bigger bubbles. The gas pressure inside a small bubble is higher than in a large bubble, therefore the surface tension of a small bubble is higher as well.

Ultrafine bubble nano bubble generation technology pressurized dissolution method

Ultrafine bubble generation

There are various technologies to generate ultrafine bubbles. This article gives an overview of the most used techniques, such as pressurized dissolution, static mixers, and rotational flow.

Classification of bubbles in diameter ISO 20480-1

ISO fine bubbles

Great things happen when the world agrees, fine bubbles are an innovative technology, but without proper standards for the industry development, there are obstacles. From 2013 ISO started the creation of an International Standard for fine bubbles popularly know as nano bubbles.

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The zeta-potential important stuff for nano-bubbles

The electrical properties of gas bubbles are important in determining the interaction of nano-bubbles if and when they merge together and how they interact with other materials such as solid particles or oil droplets. Knowledge about this helps application development in for example, protein skimmers, froth flotation, food processing, washing surfaces and purification.

acniti is specialized in the sales and marketing of ultrafine bubble and nanobubble technology, to accelerate growth.

Bubble technology is the next revolution in water and liquids to change their properties by dissolving gases to enhance biological processes, to innovate cleaning and disinfection in a wide range of applications.

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