'S-Gravenzande - Royal Brinkman and Moleaer are joining forces to significantly improve the water quality for horticulture with a new "Nanobubble" technology. Nanobubbles increase the oxygen content in irrigation water. Oxygen enrichment of irrigation water improves the quality and production of the crop considerably.
“Growers who apply Nanobubbles to their irrigation water consistently experience better water quality. Thanks to the new collaboration between Moleaer and Royal Brinkman, growers can now experience the benefits of oxygen Nanobubbles worldwide, ”said Michiel de Jong, Director of Business Development in Horticulture & Europe at Moleaer. Moleaer developed the Nanobubble technology in 2017 and entered the horticultural market shortly thereafter.
Oxygen is an essential macro element for healthy plant growth. Nanobubbles have a diameter of 100 nm, smaller than the wavelength of the light. They rapidly increase and maintain oxygen levels in irrigation water, improve water quality and enable plant roots to increase nutrient uptake, which together improves health, yield and crop cycle.
Bas Brinkman, Technical Manager at Royal Brinkman. "Moleaer's Nanobubble technology is the most effective aeration technology we have seen in the industry. In addition, water quality is becoming increasingly important for our customers. Moleaer has demonstrated that when oxygen-enriched Nanobubbles are applied to irrigation water, growers can improve overall water quality and that "We are delighted to work with them to introduce this new technology to the international horticultural market. Soon the first large-scale practical trial with Nanobubbles in the Netherlands will be launched." According to the agreement, Royal Brinkman has the right to use Nanobubble products. promote and distribute Moleaer solutions on the international horticultural market.
Moleaer Inc. in Los Angeles (California, USA), develops plug-and-play Nanobubble generators on an industrial scale to improve a wide range of processes. In addition to (greenhouse) horticulture, these are also used in processes such as metal separation, waste water treatment and oil recovery.