The NRG Marine Ultrasonic Antifouling System not only cleans a boat's surface below the water line, but it also destroys single cell organisms such as algae.
The NRG Marine Hull protection system utilizes the latest digital electronics and Ultrasonic transducer technology, by producing multiple bursts of ultra sonic energy simultaneously in a multiple range of frequencies. This energy produces a pattern of alternating positive and negative pressure.
The alternating pattern creates microscopic bubbles during periods of negative pressure and implodes them during periods of positive pressure in a phenomenon known as "cavitation." The implosion creates a micro-jet action that not only provides the cleaning effect on the hulls surface below the water line, it also resonates and destroys single cell organisms such as algae. The removal of the initial link in the food chain inhibits the growth barnacles and other marine life that feed on the algae.
Suitable for all types of hull materials except wood. The dual antifouling system is ideal for yachts up to 56 feet in length.
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|NRGSH1||Ultrasonic antifouling system, mono||
|Usually ships in 1-2 weeks|
|NRGSH2||Ultrasonic antifouling system, duo||
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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