The LG Sonic e-line is an advanced system that emits specific ultrasonic parameters in order to control algae in smaller water surfaces such as ponds and golf course ponds.
The LG Sonic e-line has 12 ultrasonic programs to effectively control different types of algae. Each program contains different types of ultrasonic parameters, such as frequency, amplitude, waveform and signal duration.
The ultrasonic sound waves create an ultrasonic pressure in the top layer of the water. The high-pressure ultrasound transmitted by the LG Sonic e-line controls algae in various ways depending on the type of algae.
The algae will die while the cell wall remains intact, preventing the release of toxins from the algae into the water. The algae will sink to the bottom of the water reservoir and are degraded by the bacteria present.
The MPC-Buoy is developed in collaboration with several renowned universities and research institutes. For example the University of Portsmouth, UK; University of Catania, Italy; HCMR Institute, Greece.
The ultrasound used by LG Sonic is safe for fish, plants, zooplankton, and insects. Our devices make use of low power (5-20 Watts); therefore, no high voltages are transmitted into the water.
The cell wall of the algae remains intact, preventing the release of toxins from the algae into the water. and status of the devices.
The LG Sonic e-line can efficiently control algae up to 200 meter (650 ft) per device with a power consumption of just 5-40 Watt.
Avoid damage to industrial systems, for example, to filters in treatment plants.
The LG Sonic devices are being placed in the water body itself, emitting sound waves through your water reservoir.