|The agglomeration and collapse process of the nanobubbles converts oxygen in the air into active oxygen, creating bactericidal molecules including OH and O3.
|Ions existing at the gas-liquid interface of the nanobubbles decompose and adsorb oil and fat contamination, which allows removal of the contamination without the need for cleaning agents.
|It has been proven that the nanobubbles penetrate deep into biological cells and enhance the immunity of the cells. This has allowed elimination of the need for antibiotics or reduction of the amount of antibiotic usage.
|growth promotion capability
|It has been verified that using the nanobubbles allows fish, crustacea and plants to be grown 20 to 30 percent larger than those grown in an ordinary manner.
|cell protection capability
|It has been found that oysters grown with nanobubbles remain alive even if they are frozen to minus 20°C. This is likely because the nanobubbles protect oysters' cells against damage due to freezing.
|heat transfer capability
|Nanobubbles can be used to raise or lower the temperature of a liquid rapidly and effectively.
|vaporization promotion capability
|It has been proven that the nanobubbles contained in a liquid promote vaporization of the liquid. Applications based on this effect include highly efficient water-cooled cooling towers and evaporation based desalination systems.
|environmental purification capability
|The nanobubbles help restore the biological balance in lakes, rivers or seas and remove odours and toxic substances produced by anaerobic bacteria. This effect stays for a long time even in a large water body such as oceans and seas.