Portable Hydroponic Water Remediation Technology
Hydroponic systems have a demonstrated ability to grow crops that mature faster and produce more than plants grown in traditional soil based environments.
By definition however, a hydroponic system is dependent on water for its effectiveness—the quality of the water put into the system, the necessity for the water to circulate properly, the ability of the system to resist contaminants such as algae and finally finding a solution for the waste water all contribute to the challenges faced by the grower.
Based on over 25 years of water and agriculture research, the NOAH system not only treats waste water but makes the water healthier and more effective for agricultural purposes.
Waste Water Treatment
The primary purpose of the NOAH system is to treat the waste water so that it can be re-used rather than discharged into a sewer system or the natural ecosystem. Not only does this protect the environment it reduces the costs associated with water procurement and disposal.
The NOAH system reduces mineralization, balances pH and treats the unused nutrients creating a superior quality of water optimized for hydroponic growing environments.
Nozzle Cleaning and De-Scaling
Clogs cause the most problems with drip systems and spray systems. The NOAH sonication system has been proven to eliminate scaling and reduce clogging in nozzles and sprayers.
Continue use of NOAH energized water can make a significant improvement in the maintenance costs and operating efficiency in any hydroponic system.
Improved Oxygen Levels
Plants consume oxygen via the roots for the process of ‘respiration’. Oxygen also aids in keeping the nutrient sterile by satisfying the oxygen demand of aerobic processes. NOAH’s High Impact Oxygen System (HIOS) is significantly more efficient for increasing oxygen levels than the airstone oxygenation methods.
Increased oxygen levels not only improve plant health it is also effective in inhibiting algae growth.