600,000,000 nano bubbles concentrated in 1 ml of water!
Kairospace technologies receive an official 3rd party validation report for nanoparticle tracking analysis NTA. Testing has been conducted by the Arizona State University chemical engineering department. Results show bubbles 79-122 nanometers in size – 79 nm being the most common bubble size and 122 nm as the mean average.
Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) utilizes the properties of both light scattering and Brownian motion in order to obtain the nanoparticle size distribution of samples in liquid suspension.
Particles in liquid suspension are loaded into a sample chamber, which is illuminated by a specially shaped laser beam. Particles in the path of the beam scatter the laser light which is easily collected by the 20x microscope objective and is viewed with a digital camera. The camera captures a video of the particles moving under Brownian motion.
See report for results, video and more info!Kairospace-Technologies-NTA-REPORT_RFS
UFB are 500 times smaller than micro bubbles, having over 400 times more surface area, ensuring effective delivery of gases.
Effective characteristics of ultra fine bubbles include:
Maximum Mass Transfer Efficiencies
Increased Oxygen Transfer
Improved Dissolution Rates