Because Size Matters.
Leading the way
Our nano oxygen particles are designed at the atomic or molecular level, they are small sized nano spheres. Hence, they can move more freely in the human body & they exhibit unique structural, chemical, mechanical, magnetic, electrical, and biological properties.
Size is everything
Owing to the rapid development of nano science and outstanding performance of nano materials, nanotechnology has become a new solution to overcome the bottleneck of treatments. The benefits include increased uptake rate of target cells or tissues.
A Bright Future for Ultra fine Oxygen bubbles.
Dr. Bob Carr from NanoSight Ltd, a UK-based company that measures ultra-fine bubbles, sees a very bright future for the new technology: “Fine bubbles appear to be an extremely interesting and exciting new technology and such is the rate of growing interest in a very wide range of applications that we in a position to design and develop instrumentation for use by many industries in this field.”
What is an Ultra fine or Nano Oxygen Bubble?
Ultra Fine bubbles" are bubbles that are much smaller than the bubbles we see in our daily lives, Water containing a large number of "ultra fine bubbles" is transparent.
Left: Ultra Fine Bubble (UFB) Water
Right: Ultra Pure Water Both look colourless and transparent, but when exposed to a laser beam, the laser beam emerges in the Ultra Fine Bubble (UFB) water.
Why is that ? This is because when the laser light is applied, the laser light is scattered by the bubbles of the UFB, so that the orbit can be confirmed.
"Ultra Fine Bubbles" have a long lifespan, as they do not float in water and hardly dissolve or float unless stimulated.
Ultra Fine bubbles are extremely small oxygen bubbles in water that have several unique physical and chemical properties that make them very different from the larger normal bubbles we are used to.
A long History.
Since the 3rd century BC, when Archimedes discovered buoyancy, there have been many people who have been interested in and studied bubbles.
Galileo in the 17th century, Poiseuill in the 19th century, Poiseuill and Stokes studied the buoyancy of objects, the motion of particles, and the motion of gas spheres in liquids. In the 20th century, much research was done on the movement of bubbles by Clift and Grace.
Ultra fine Bubble research has a long history, with the participation of many researchers & engineers mainly in the fields of mechanical engineering, nuclear engineering and chemical engineering.
Ultra Fine bubbles have been applied to various fields by taking advantage of their characteristics. As of 2020, ultra fine bubble products for consumers have been widely marketed, including medical, industrial applications and agricultural water applications is rapidly expanding.
Medical Institutional Studies.
Since 2010, oxygen nano bubbles have been the growing focus of studies and clinical trials at institutions like Harvard, Oxford, Rush, and NYU, for conditions across the neurological disease spectrum, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Motor Neurone disease, and multiple sclerosis. Positive results have been reported in vitro as well as in transgenic mice and human subjects.
Trials have also been completed to monitor brain activity, muscle recovery and treatment of cancerous tumours with nano-scale oxygen. Much of the research on nano bubbles has been reviewed by peers across platforms such as Society for Neuroscience, PloS ONE , Research Gate etc