The nanobubbles they are bubbles a million times smaller than the tiny visible bubbles, and they have the ability to change the characteristics of water.

Nanobubbles have a diameter of 400 to 700 nanometers, that is, smaller than the wavelength of light. They are too small to see, even with powerful microscopes. But, as they are dispersing substances, their presence can be confirmed when a liquid has a white turbidity.

Not all bubbles contained in a liquid are visible to the naked eye. Only bubbles of a few millimeters in diameter can be perceived, as with carbonated drinks, air diffusers and air stones.

Nanobubbles have remarkable properties that larger bubbles do not possess. They do not rise, they move horizontally in the liquid in a motion called Brownian motion, and remain available to implode and release gas into solution as needed. They can also remain in a liquid for long periods of time, even months under certain conditions. They are negatively charged and are under extremely high pressure compared to larger bubbles.


Ecological Nanoburbujas de Europa SL is a company that has its own patent for the generation of nanobubbles. Thanks to this technology we are changing the way we use and treat water. More and more customers and industries rely on the technology of Naecoer to improve your water treatment processes.


Our patent consists of the injection of a gas pumped under pressure in an aqueous fluid. Thus we obtain a neutral buoyancy, without bubbling and that does not rise to the surface. This process results in millions of nanobubbles that triple the values ​​of the gas that has been desired to be injected.

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One of the most important applications is that of oxygen (O2) in water, since oxygen, like any other gas in a fluid, rises, explodes and disappears. If we manage to maintain high levels of oxygen in water, we obtain spectacular results, since high levels of oxygen in water are beneficial in many areas, such as agriculture, aquaculture and medical applications, among others. good levels of oxygen  are essential for life de fish and plants, enhancing their growth, health and production in the case of agriculture and horticulture.

We use oxygen gas (O2) to generate nanobubbles with a high content of soluble oxygen, with values ​​greater than 30 ppm/litre. The concentration of oxygen remains in the water for long periods of time.

The combination of Ozone gas (O3) is also applied in the generation of nanobubbles with a high content of ozone and soluble oxygen. This type of bubbles are very effective for treating odors and the decomposition of irrigation ponds, ponds or any stagnant water thanks to the oxidizing biocidal action of ozone and the generation of aerobic oxidizing redox conditions.

The high concentration of oxygen prevents the processes of fermentation and putrefaction of stagnant water.

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Ordinary bubbles rise rapidly in the water and burst at the surface, releasing the encapsulated gas into the atmosphere. Instead, the nanobubbles stay in the water because their rise is extremely slow. Bubbles ten microns in diameter rise three millimeters per minute.

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Nanobubbles have a negative charge. Therefore, they repel each other. By not joining, the density of the bubbles is not reduced.

Self pressurizing effect

The pressurization promotes the dissolution of the gas in the water as the nanobubbles implode. The reduced size of the bubble generates an increase in internal pressure because there is greater surface tension between the gas and the liquid matter. So the pressurization process is infinite.


The nanobubbles remain in a liquid for more than six months. Although they move horizontally in solution, they do not rise to the surface to be released into the atmosphere.


The nanometer-sized bubbles do not scatter visible light, which makes the water solution appear transparent.


The nanobubbles self-pressurize to burst. By dissolving the encapsulated gas into solution, they maintain optimum levels.


NAECOER uses a particle analyzer to measure the nanobubbles we produce. Tracking analysis technology observes the Brownian motion of nanoparticles in the liquid in real time. The speed of the particle depends on its diameter. Then, the particle size distribution graph and the number of particles is obtained by measuring the pattern of Brownian motion.

As you have seen, nanobubbles can create a lot of value for your business

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