Looking for an easy and affordable way to improve the water quality in your application? Check out ozone bubble diffusers! These devices use ozone to create tiny bubbles that release oxygen into the water, helping to purify and freshen the environment. Plus, they’re a great way to introduce some aromatherapy into your life! Learn more about how ozone is diffused in water here.

Bubble Diffuser Features

·        The wear-resistant, sintered stainless steel construction will last for many years of service.

·        Threaded connection offer solid seal to your piping or tubing

·        Hex nipple allows you to tighten or remove the diffuser from your fitting or pipe with a wrench, reducing the risk of it breaking.

·        Welded construction

·       The length of this bench is ideal for a wide surface area, as it measures just over 6′′. It has enough length to avoid harm, but not too much to be inconvenient.

Tips for Using a Bubble Diffuser

·        Before attempting to mix ozone with water, be sure you understand the principles of ozone solubility.

·        To safely remove extra ozone/oxygen from the tank, the water must be vented.

·        Diffuser should be placed at the bottom of the tank

·       Taller tanks and greater water heights will enhance gas transfer into water as the water pressure at the bottom of the tank is higher, and the gas bubble must travel farther in the water.

·        Ozone generated from water will dissolve into it more readily than ozone produced by air.

·        At high concentrations, ozonized water dissolves most efficiently and delivers the greatest amount of ozone feasible via a bubble diffuser.

·        In colder water, dissolved ozone levels will be highest.

·        Cross the bubble diffuser with counter-current water flows.

Ozone is a gas, so it needs to be added efficiently. Bubble diffusers are a popular and cost-effective technique for adding ozone into water. Ozone gas moves swiftly through the interface between the ozone bubble surface and the surrounding water.

Ozone gas passes through a permeable membrane, forming numerous tiny ozone bubbles in the water, similar to a fish tank air stone. The gas at the bubble’s edge will migrate into the water as the bubble rises. A diffuser requires adequate pressure to overcome the height of the water and any holes in it.

Using bubble diffuser for Laundry

Many laundry businesses use fine bubble diffusers, while others utilize Direct Venturi Injection. Some claim that both have advantages, but there are differences between them. We should compare the design criteria of each to see which one is best suited for us.

Ozone gas is added to water by using pressure. It does not require a lot of force to start dissolving ozone in water. In the trade, “Mass Transfer” refers to the ability to dissolve gases in water. The effectiveness of Mass Transfer is largely determined by the device’s design criteria.

The fine bubble diffusion injection technique used on washing machines is adapted from the bottled water business. Water is sent into high columns of water (or tanks) at bottled water plants, which are usually taller than 15 feet. The top of the tank is filled with water, which exits via the bottom. The fine bubble diffuser is placed at the base of the tank.

The diffuser at the bottom of the tank releases ozone into the water. Water comes into the tank from above and flows down, finally emptying out of the tank at its bottom.

The turbulent movement of the ozone bubbles as they rise is due to the water counterflow. As a result of this agitation, the ozone gas is violently smashed about as it goes up. The tanks at the Las Vegas water treatment plant are 32 feet tall. Remember that pressure is required to introduce the ozone into the water solution. The lower part of the tank has a higher level of pressure than the upper end. As a result, there is more mass transfer of ozone in water as a whole.