Tiny and invisible, Ultra-Fine Bubbles, according to the standard promoted by the FBIA (Fine Bubble Industries Association), are those with a size smaller than 1000 nanometers or one micron. Their nano dimensions make them possess very different properties to normal bubbles.

Increased capacity to transfer oxygen or gas to water

An advantage, in relation to normal bubbles and micro bubbles, is their movement and behavior, the latter rise rapidly to the surface and collapse, while Ultra-Fine Bubbles remain much longer in the water, so they have a greater capacity to transfer oxygen or other gas to the water.

They can penetrate ultra-small places

Because of their size, Ultra-Fine Bubbles penetrate areas of very difficult access, which is why they are frequently used in human medicine, aesthetic treatments and purification of fresh food.

Due to their electrical properties, they act as one of the most efficient disifectants

As the diameter of the bubble reduces, it increases its capacity to charge electrically, which allows, on the one hand, the bubbles to repel each other, thus preventing them to group, and on the other hand, it gives them antimicrobial properties as efficient as chlorine.

Normal Bubble

diameter over a 100 micras

Fine Bubble

diameter between 1 and 100 micras

Ultra Fine Bubble

diameter below a 1 micra