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What are Micro-Bubbles?
Micro-bubbles are tiny bubbles created by an aerator (modified Venturi Injector), a fraction of the size of typical whirlpool bubbles. The minute size of these bubbles allows them to stay in the water for much longer. It also increases their surface-area to volume ratio for greater effectiveness when breaking down pathogens and chemicals, and removing stains. The frequent use of ozone can have a positive effect on your environment, and subsequently, your health.
What can micro-bubbles do?
Micro-bubbles can remove chemical residue and bacteria from the innermost crevices of fruit and vegetables. The applications of ozone are, among others to:
- Sterilize and disinfect items
- Remove odours and taste from chlorinated water
- Remove heavy metals from water
- Kill waterborne bacteria, viruses and protozoans, etc.
- Deodorize and disinfect the air
- Deactivate airborne allergens
can micro-bubbles deep-clean?
The micro-bubbles are produced by pressure differential in a Venturi Injector. This Venturi injector is a specially designed mixer which infuses ozone into the water stream to create large amounts of tiny bubbles. Due to the pressure differential inside the Venturi Injector, the water is saturated with millions of minute bubbles that turns the water milky white. Cold water has the capacity to contain a larger amount of micro-bubbles, and smaller bubbles remain in the water for longer. This enhances the effectiveness of ozonated water as a sanitizer and disinfectant, and saves you costly energy as you do not need to use warm water to disinfect or sterilize.