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For Oil & Gas, we are about to become a real gamechanger in treatments, chemicals reduction, produced water & soil remediation of chemical contaminants, and enhanced oil recovery.
Our patented equipment creates nanobubbles without clogging. The bubbles average less than 200 nanometers, with hundreds of billions of bubbles per liter.
The Nano Gas™ process is an effective way to deliver high levels of oxygen high O2 content to help stimulate root growth and better absorption of minerals.
The use of Nano GasTM can reduce significantly the use of chemicals, energy consumption and retention times.
Nano Gas™ can deliver dissolved oxygen levels up to 3 times higher than traditional aeration systems.
Highly reactive O2 delivered as Nano Gas effectively remove many metals, metalloids and other chemical elements susceptible to redox processes. without the use of chemicals.
Incorporating Nano Gas™ into the treatment system for the breakdown of FOGs (fat-oil & grease) is the most direct, cost-effective and natural solution that does not involve the use of chemicals.
Many metals, metalloids and other chemical elements susceptible to redox processes can be effectively removed, precipitated or reduced through using Nano Gas treatments without the use of chemicals.
In normal state O3 has a half-life under 10 minutes, in Nano Gas form it can remain stable for a long time, days or even weeks, enabling its use as a superior oxidant, disinfectant, and biocide.
The use of Nano Gas bubbles spans several application areas within medicine and we are currently looking for industrial partners in this promising area.
The use of Nano GasTM can reduce significantly the use of chemicals, energy consumption and retention times.
We are actively searching for industry partners in this segment.
Nano Gas™ Nano Gas Technologies, Inc. creates nano-oxygenated drinking water to enable farmers to raise healthier broilers in a natural way. Since oxygen is a natural disinfectant we create a superior and natural living environment for both birds and waste-eating microbes