Ultrasonic Algae Controller.
Ultrasonic have been used for many industrial applications. It use the principle of conversion electrical energy into mechanical energy. The power is delivered through a device call transducers which is driven by a high frequency generator and vibrated in a high frequency. This high frequency vibration produce sound wave, ultrasonic wave introduced into water. The ultrasonic frequency provide an cavitation effect under the water. This effect can damage the cell of micro-organism which is adhere to the surfaces that submerged into water.
Many common algae including toxic blue green algae, green algae, brown algae and the biofilm buildup that can cause problems in irrigation systems and large cooling basins.
Ultrasonic is being found to be useful in typically closed systems that have a long retention time such as irrigation basins and tanks and cooling towers; the use of ultra-sound is a technology that is undergoing more and more interest of late as many lakes and large ponds are suffering from algae problems.
Ultrasonic Algae Controller :
The ultrasonic algae controller are designed to emit ultrasonic waves that can destroy the survive of bio-film and hence to eliminate the formation of algae. Using ultrasonic frequencies to destroy algae is a chemical free and eco-friendly. The power consumption is low and can be continuously operation.
Ultrasonic waves, emitted from a transducer suspended from a discreet float, literally rip the outer cell walls of algae cells inhibiting their proliferation and maintaining a more sterile environment if that is desired. By keeping algae at bay there is less buildup on piping, drains and machinery in water basins and irrigation systems can remain clog free longer.
Ultrasonic algae control unit should not always be considered as a complete replacement for such proven techniques as aeration and beneficial bacteria which are proven to be not harmful to humans, animals, plants or fish. Instead it is another tool that, in some cases in certain conditions, will help to kill or reduce algae problems. Golf courses and irrigation basins and wastewater holding tanks and reservoirs are ideal candidates for this inexpensive technology.