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Royal Electric Releases Ozone Micro-Nano Bubble Water Sterilizer.

Tokyo, Japan, Feb 5, 2007 - (JCN) - Royal Electric Co., Ltd., in collaboration with REO Research Institute and the Naga Group, announced the release of the RVK-N1 oxygen/ozone micro-nano bubble water sterilizer.

The equipment mixes ozone nano-bubbles (developed by the REO Institute) with ozone/oxygen micro-bubbles. The result is a highly effective water mixture used for food processing and cleansing seafood as it has a stronger antibacterial effect than conventional ozone water.

According to the report from the 48th Annual Meeting of Japanese Clinical Virology in June, the antibacterial agent was effective against the norovirus (said to be found in raw oysters).

The RVK-N1 can produce about 40 liters of micro-nano bubble water per minute but Royal Electric intends to produce larger water sterilizers in the future.

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