Bubble technology plays a huge part in our everyday lives without us realising it - for example both in processing the water we drink and in treating the effluents we create.
The efficiency of aeration based treatment systems is strongly influenced by the amount of surface contact between air and water, and the length of time of that contact. Through several years of Research and Development in laboratories including those of Imperial College London, Cambridge and Cardiff University, Hydroventuri has studied, tested and finessed how to control and gain maximum benefit from bubble behaviour.
The unique way we control bubble behaviour through our innovative technology platform provides a significant range of new opportunities that are otherwise inaccessible using conventional approaches.
In addition there are particular process applications for Hydroventuri's core technology in large scale industrial process air cooling and raw commodity processing and refining that the company is currently developing for demonstration and commercialisation in the near future.