We build renewed ultrasonic hardware that empowers organizations and individuals to effectively protect their boats, pipelines, and water installations.
Biofilms are microbiological layers in which algae, bacteria, limescale, corrosion, and other pathogens can grow. They thrive on moist or wet surfaces, making them the perfect breeding ground for more bacteria and micro-organisms to develop. This leads to critical damages and creates an unhealthy environment for humans and animals.
NDV Ultrasonic combats biofilm in a chemical-free and non-toxic way, making it the most efficient, cost-saving and ecological way of cleaning all water systems.
NDV Ultrasonic ensures your systems and applications are free from limescale, bacteria and algae by combatting biofilm.
Our devices are non-toxic, chemical-free and require a low power supply. By using NDV Ultrasonic you reduce fuel emissions and carbon footprint, while sustaining a healthy environment for both humans and animals.
Not only does NDV Ultrasonic guarantee a longer lifespan of all systems, our products also reduce energy and maintenance costs and ensure no antifouling is needed.
NDV Ultrasonic devices operate on any system working with water or any other liquid (such as fuel, alcohol, milk, etc).
We’ve advanced beyond incremental efficiencies to bring intelligence to the core of everything that matters most to your enterprise. NDV Ultrasonic advices each client with the highest care and consults where ultrasonic can protect the installation from biofilm and its consequences.
NDV Ultrasonic breaks down biofilm that attaches itself to the insides of pipes, boilers, swimming pools, hot tubs, yachts and fishponds. This results in many advantages: bacteria and toxin free water, longer-lasting applications, reduced costs and less fuel emissions.
Today’s oceans are full of plastic. This is mainly due to the use of plastics on land, which end up in the water via sewage and litter. However, this plastic is not the only culprit in the story. Studies have shown that antifouling on ships also has a direct impact on our marine fauna and flora.
Germination, a term that is virtually unknown to many people. At least for farmers and livestock producers, it is one of the most important hygiene parameters for measuring water quality. The goal? Keeping these germ counts as low as possible.
The “greenies” of ponds and pools are not only a lot of maintenance work, but they are also one of the fastest growing aquatic plants. We are talking about algae here.