Nano Bubbles are incredibly small, stable cavities of gas in liquid. Nano bubbles are 400 times smaller than the human hair. Hence, not visible to the human eye or with a standard microscope. Pictured above, the image represents the size and visibility of nano bubbles illuminated by a green laser using a macro lens and long camera exposure on a black back ground. The micro bubble shows you the size and density difference.
Unlike a macro or a micro bubble, nano bubbles stay submerged in liquids for extended periods of time, hence, the gases remain effective longer.
Nanobubbles are negatively charged which means that they repel from each other keeping them evenly distributed in the water with low coalescence. Unlike regular bubbles, a single nano bubble will move around instead of moving up, in a process called Brownian motion as shown in picture.
Nano bubble technology, (patent pending) involves the infusion of specific gases into various liquids for targeted results. The Nano Bubble Injector can create 100+ Million Nano Bubbles per milliliter.