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Nanobubbles/ultrafine bubbles: Applications, Markets and Companies

Published by Future Markets, Inc. Product code 971515
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Nanobubbles/ultrafine bubbles: Applications, Markets and Companies
Published: November 18, 2020 Content info: 45 Pages, 13 Tables, 13 Figures
Description

Nanobubbles or ultrafine bubbles are sub-micron (~50nm to ~700nm) gas-containing cavities in aqueous solution with unique physical characteristics that differ from other types of bubbles and have the ability to change the normal characteristics of water. The electrolysis of aqueous solutions produces solutions that are supersaturated in oxygen and hydrogen gas. This results in the formation of gas bubbles, including nanobubbles ~100 nm in size that are stable for ~24 h. Their use drastically improves the efficiency of gas to liquid systems and processes.

Properties include:

  • Sterilization capability through bactericidal action.
  • Removal of contamination without the need for cleaning agents.
  • Bio-activation in cells.
  • Growth promotion for fish, crustacea and plants.
  • Cell protection.
  • Heat transfer capabilities to raise or lower the temperature of a liquid rapidly and effectively.
  • Vaporization promotion capability for water-cooled cooling towers and evaporation based desalination systems.
  • Halt concrete and metal decay.
  • Environmental purification and remediation.

Their use is transformative for environmental, food and wastewater treatment industries and they also find application in:

  • Water purification/sterilization (various industries).
  • Cooling tower de-scaling.
  • Medical cleaning applications (sanitization and bacteria control).
  • Drug delivery.
  • Animal farming-drinking water enrichment (reduces bacterial growth).
  • Agriculture and food production (reduction in use of chemicals).
  • Aquaculture-oxygenation of fish and aquaculture dams.
  • Mining-acid water treatment.
  • Oil and gas Industry - oil spill clean-up and storage tanks.

Report contents include:

  • Introduction to nanobubbles (ultrafine bubbles).
  • Applications of nanobubbles (ultrafine bubbles).
  • Market analysis of nanobubbles in Agriculture, Aquaculture, Biomedical, Coolants, Food and beverage production, Mining, Oil and gas, Remediaton , Surface cleaning, and Wastewater purification.
  • 21 company profiles.
Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

2. INTRODUCTION NANOBUBBLES/ULTRAFINE BUBBLES

  • 2.1. Definition
  • 2.2. Surface nanobubbles
  • 2.3. Bulk nanobubbles
  • 2.4. Properties
  • 2.5. Nanobubble preparation and generation
  • 2.6. Applications

3. MARKETS FOR NANOBUBBLES

  • 3.1. Agriculture
    • 3.1.1. Market assessment
  • 3.2. Aquaculture
    • 3.2.1. Market assessment
  • 3.3. Biomedical
    • 3.3.1. Market assessment
  • 3.4. Coolants and cooling towers
    • 3.4.1. Market assessment
  • 3.5. Food and beverage production
    • 3.5.1. Market assessment
  • 3.6. Oil and gas
    • 3.6.1. Market assessment
  • 3.7. Remediation
    • 3.7.1. Market assessment
  • 3.8. Surface cleaning
    • 3.8.1. Market assessment
  • 3.9. Water and wastewater purification
    • 3.9.1. Market assessment

4. NANOBUBBLE/ULTRAFINE BUBBLE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS(21 COMPANY PROFILES)

5. REFERENCES

Tables

  • Table 1. Properties of Nanobubbles/ultrafine bubbles.
  • Table 2. Nanobubble generation techniques.
  • Table 3: Summary of markets, benefits and applications of nanobubbles.
  • Table 4. Market and applications for nanobubbles in agriculture.
  • Table 5. Market and applications for nanobubbles in aquaculture.
  • Table 6. Market and applications for nanobubbles in biomedical.
  • Table 7. Market and applications for nanobubbles in coolants and cooling towers.
  • Table 8. Market and applications for nanobubbles in food and beverage production .
  • Table 10. Market and applications for nanobubbles in oil and gas.
  • Table 11. Market and applications for nanobubbles in remediation .
  • Table 12. Market and applications for nanobubbles in surface cleaning.
  • Table 13. Market and applications for nanobubbles in domestic & industrial water purification.

Figures

  • Figure 1. Application of nanobubbles in the environmental market.
  • Figure 2. Nanobubble scale.
  • Figure 3. Nanobubble Brownian motion.
  • Figure 4. AFM image of nanobubbles on HOPG.
  • Figure 5. Schematic of nanobubble generator.
  • Figure 6. Application of nanobubbles in aquaculture.
  • Figure 7. Nanobubble cleaning action.
  • Figure 8. Turbiti series of nano bubble mixers.
  • Figure 9. Schematic of Nano Bubble Generator deployment.
  • Figure 10. Fawoo Nanobubble Generator FNBG-600.
  • Figure 11. Nanobubble Generator schematic.
  • Figure 12. Foamest column series.
  • Figure 13. Nanobubble generator.
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