ULTRASONIC ALGAE CONTROL
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR EFFECTIVE, CHEMICAL-FREE, LOW-MAINTENANCE ALGAE CONTROL?
Ultrasonic technology can control lake and pond algae, water treatment algae, tailings pond algae, stormwater pond algae, and even algae in irrigation ponds and pools. Plus, it lowers pH and TSS!
Ultrasonic algae control uses no chemicals and has proven to be effective in tanks, lakes, reservoirs and more.
HOW IT WORKS
It eliminates your algae problems by using an ultrasonic technology that kills existing algae and controls future growth. A submerged ultrasonic transducer is programmed to generate the precise frequency of ultrasonic waves that destroys algae’s cellular functioning and structure.
Depending on site conditions, the expected start-up cycle can show results within 2 weeks, and kill algae from subsequent blooms in 12 weeks. Following the initial cycle, it will continue to provide 24-hour algae control and reduce pH and TSS levels.
EASY TO INSTALL AND MAINTAIN
Design the perfect coverage for your water. The ultrasonic algae control device emits ultrasonic waves that “fan out” from the the transducer. Ultrasonic devices rely on a “line of sight” technology. Ultrasonic sound waves will not go around corners or navigate around islands that may be in your body of water but will reflect or bounce off of hard surroundings, such as concrete and large rocks. The nutrient level, turbidity and shape of the body of water may affect the coverage area. Multiple devices can be installed in your site for 100% coverage.
FREE SITE-PLAN ASSISTANCE FOR OPTIMAL RESULTS
Algae Control Canada offers models that can be at the edge of the water body or can be anchored at the center, allowing for complete coverage of ponds, pools and lagoons of all sizes and shapes.
Need help? For FREE placement assistance, contact us today.
Based on the size and shape of the body of water in question, our Water Quality Specialists will help determine the number and configuration of units needed to control your algae problem. Please be prepared to provide us with accurate dimensions of your water body or an accurate GPS location (from Google Maps) so we can use satellite imagery to determine the dimensions of it.