We supply transmitters for horticulture in basins, silos or (drain) tanks.

Algae and biofilm

Our transmitters are very effective in combating algae and biofilm. Clogged filters and pipes will soon be a thing of the past with the use of ultrasonics. Transmitters can be placed in already polluted basins, silos, or tanks, and, depending on the degree of pollution, the water will quickly become clear and the existing biofilm has been reduced or disappeared. Our single transmitter, the USAF ST 60watts, combats algae and biofilm on an area of approx. 1,000m2 and the USAF DT 100watts combats algae and biofilm on an area of 1,500m2.

Bacteria, fungi and viruses

Our heavier transmitter the USAF DT 100watts also combats bacteria, fungi and viruses. The ultrasonic transmitters cause membranes of pathogens to rupture, causing them to die. Any additional techniques to combat viruses will become much more effective. When using ultrasonic transmitters, the use of chemical agents can be significantly reduced. The fertilisers in recirculation can simply be retained.

If the water is heavily polluted or if you want to prevent germs from spreading further, several transmitters can be installed. In a drain silo we placed transmitters for the best solution. Optionally, a hydrogen peroxide addition could offer an accelerated result.