What is Ultra Fine Bubble Water?
Water is arguably the most valuable commodity on Earth.
It is essential for life and allows for the transportation of nutrients across a wide range of surfaces and temperatures. Its molecules play a key role in ensuring that proteins behave properly.
Due to the size and structure of the bubbles, it posses distinct properties that make them particulary effective at improving water quality, enhancing water treatment processes and improving productivity in industry but more importantly farming and agricultural applications.
When water passes through the UFB valve, the water quality or purity won’t change.
The UFB valve converts the dissolved oxygen content already contained in water into UFB water without external influence like, outside air or electricity which can cause contamination. (Basically it is a sealed unit)
As it has a strong negative surface charge that keeps the bubbles stable in liquid, and it enables them to continuosly participate and stimulate physical, biological and chemical interactions.
Our water is naturally buoyant and the bubbles can remain suspended in liquid for upto 1 year without rising to the surface and instead follow the ‘Brownian motion’ thus leading to homogeneous distribution in the entire liquid body.
It has ‘Hyper’ cleaning effect by removing and proventing bio-film, calcification and limescale on submerged surface including but not limited to – pipes, water feed lines, beer lines, sinks and drains.
Introducing the UFB valve to water lines, drinking lines, irrigation systems, holding tanks and sprinkler systems to name but a few it will reduce the biofilm and bioburden accumulation and eliminate the build up of bioburden that is detrimental to livestock, trees, plants and vegetation by cleaning the vessels (veins) in plants and crops and leaving a hydrophilic coating.
Our UFB water is your water, just more powerful…
It has no bioaccumulation in the environment, on surfaces or in water, which therefore means it has no negative environmental impact on mother nature. It can be used wherever you use water now as it cleans at pH neutral because it is just water.
It just leaves the surface clean!
So which industries consume the most water?
1 Fruit and Vegetable Farming
Although meat farming is often targeted as the most intensive sector for energy and carbon, it’s actually lower on the list compared to grain, fruit and vegetable farming.
Which are the thirstiest crops?
- Wheat / Corn / Rice / Cotton / Sugarcane
2 Garments and Textiles
The garment and textile industry is one of the most water-intensive industries in the world. In fact, creating a single pair of jeans requires close to 7600 litres of water. Water is primarily used for the fabric dyeing process as well as “wet processing”.
3 Meat Production
The industrial meat production complex uses a lot of water, almost a third of the water footprint of total agricultural production.
4 Beverage Industry
The beverage sector produces juices, sodas, beers and a range of other drinks. Along with the water required in the liquids themselves, the additives add a water-intensive agricultural aspect (the industry requires farmed products such as barley, sugar, coffee, fruit etc.)
According to the Water Footprint Network, it takes:
- Between 680 and 1241 litres to produce a 2-litre bottle of soda / 75 litres of water to make a pint of beer / 140 litres of water to produce the ingredients to make a single cup of coffee
5 Automotive Manufacturing
It takes a staggering 147631 litres to produce the average domestic vehicle. In the automotive industry, major water use occurs in:
- Surface treatment and coating / Paint spray booths / Washing, rinsing, hosing / Cooling / Air conditioning systems / Boilers