The H2oBioSonicâ„¢ range provides Ultrasonic BioFouling protection for industry. BioFouling is becoming a global concern in industry, commercial and residential applications from chilling towers to heat exchangers in salt water and fresh water applications. The H2oBioSonic™ Ultrasonic system is a robust industrial solution to the problem.


The H2oBioSonic™ Ultrasonic Bio-Fouling prevention system comes from years of development in the Marine industry with the CleanAHull Antifouling system, along with in house development and testing throughout the world in real world environments. Globatech Australia is the world leader in Ultrasonic Bio-Fouling prevention technology. We utilise our own advanced algorithm tested and developed for the industrial applications that provides the highest level of protection possible. We also developed our !BLAST! function for added protection in some of the more harsh environments and installation configurations.

Quality Australian Made and Developed.

A Quality Australian Made and Developed Product.




Uses and Applications

Our Ultrasonic Antifouling technology for the prevention of bio-fouling is applicable to more than just marine hulls. Some uses include but are not limited to;

  • Seawater piping
  • Freshwater piping
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Descaling pipeworks
  • Chiller Towers
  • Pumping stations
  • Valves
  • Strainers
  • Water Storage Tanks
  • Water Storage Reservoir
  • Algal Control in;
    • Bodies of water
    • Storage Tanks
    • and more
  • Chiller Tower Water Systems
  • Fresh and Seawater Pumps
  • and much more.

As the system utilises our heavily focused frequencies and !BLAST! function it performs well in all of these scenarios. The H2OBioSonic Solution is a targeted and advanced solution adapted for the uses listed above.

How It Works

The Ultrasonic sound waves emitted through the structure create an environment of microscopic cavitation bubbles. These bubbles cause a very unique environment in the immediate vicinity of the structure or body of water when the microscopic bubbles implode, splitting the sidewall of single cell microscopic organisms such as algae. The cavitation has the added benefit of a scrubbing effect helping keep the object or body of water clean. The removal of the initial algae growth inhibits the food chain for further growth and other marine life that feed on the algae, effectively producing an environment that is inhabitable by algae and other marine bio fouling growth.