Los Angeles, Calif. / ‘s Gravenzande, Netherlands – April 9, 2019 – Moleaer Inc., the leading manufacturer of industrial-scale nanobubble generators, and Royal Brinkman, a globally renowned supplier, installer, and consultant to the professional horticultural industry with over 130 years of experience, announce a commercial relationship to promote Moleaer’s nanobubble products and solutions to greenhouses across the globe.
Under terms of the agreement, Royal Brinkman will have the right to promote and distribute Moleaer’s nanobubble products and solutions to the international Horticulture market.
“Since launching our first nanobubble product designed for greenhouses in 2018, Moleaer has rapidly grown in the North American greenhouse industry,” said Michiel De Jong, Director of Business Development in Horticulture & Europe for Moleaer. “Growers who apply oxygen enriched nanobubbles to their irrigation water consistently experience improved water quality, reduction in root borne disease and increased yields. With Royal Brinkman’s international reach, and expertise in horticulture, Moleaer can now access greenhouses on a global scale and growers can more readily experience the benefits of oxygen nanobubbles.”
Oxygen is an essential macro element required for healthy plant growth. Moleaer’s gas-injection technology effectively enhances irrigation water with oxygen enriched nanobubbles. Nanobubbles are 100nm in diameter, smaller than the wavelength of light. They rapidly elevate and maintain Dissolved Oxygen levels in irrigation water, improve water quality, prevent root-borne disease and enable plant roots to increase their nutrient uptake which together, improve health, yields and reduce crop cycles. These benefits help farmers around the world grow more in an efficient and natural way.
“With over 130 years of experience in the global horticulture market, we are experts on all growing techniques and equipment,” said Bas Brinkman, Technical Manager for Royal Brinkman. “Moleaer’s nanobubble technology is the most effective aeration technology we have seen in the industry. Furthermore, water quality is becoming an important issue for our customers. Moleaer has shown that when oxygen enriched nanobubbles are applied to irrigation water, growers can improve overall water quality and improve crop production. We are excited to be working with them to introduce Moleaer’s technology to the international horticulture market and deliver the powerful benefits of nanobubbles to growers around the world.”
Moleaer develops industrial scale nanobubble generators to enhance a wide range of processes, enabling a radical change in the economics of indoor farming, metal separation, wastewater treatment and oil recovery. The Company’s nanobubble technology enables customers to increase productivity more responsibly by fundamentally changing how gases are utilized to enhance industrial systems, eliminate chemicals, save energy and treat water. Moleaer’s plug-and-play nanobubble generator has proven to help farms grow more crops, oil and mining companies recover more valuable resources, and industries efficiently treat water and wastewater.
About Royal Brinkman
Royal Brinkman is a supplier, consultant and installer for the professional horticulture industry. In view of its global specialisation in seven disciplines, Royal Brinkman is capable of providing the best possible services for customers in the field of crop rotation, handling, protection & disinfection, packaging & design, mechanisation, technical projects and service-related articles. Innovations are developed according to the Lean Innovation method, as a result of which Royal Brinkman and the partners, suppliers, knowledge institutions and customers with which it cooperates can respond optimally to questions and market requirements. In addition to personal contact via specialists and local offices, Royal Brinkman is strongly committed to conducting business electronically. With web shops and online offer-shops in more than 14 languages, Royal Brinkman has an extensive global reach.
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