Ultrasounds transducer: an unmatched performance state-of-the-art technology

The Pulsar Series, assembled by WaterIQ Technologies, is the latest ultrasonic technology for treating algae, cyanobacteria and biofilm.

The Pulsar Series offers innovative features that are not found in the competition. With a radial audio output operating in two different bandwidths (algae and diatoms in the lower band and cyanobacteria in the upper bandwidth) and more then 2000 generated and launched continuously frequencies, the unit is now the most powerful and most efficient in the world market.

The new Pulsar® technology allows treatment coverage up to 7 ha for algae and 50 ha for cyanobacteria, depending on environmental conditions. The device is easy to install, requires little maintenance and operates 24 hours a day providing unparalleled control in different water bodies. In addition, the devices are equipped with the patented SharkletTM technology, which prevents the formation of biofilm on the surface of the emitters which disrupts their functionality.


  • Lakes and ponds
  • Wastewater treatment plants
  • Aquaculture facilities
  • Drinking and irrigation reservoirs

The Benefits of Pulsar Ultrasound

  • State-of-the-art technology
  • Radial sound output
  • More then 2000 frequencies on two bandwidths
  • Solar or electrical installations
  • Very low energy consumption
  • Completely ecological
  • Harmless to human, animals and plants
  • Significantly reduces the use of chemicals
  • Reduces TSS (biological) in wastewater treatment plant effluent
  • Reduces cost of cleaning and maintenance

How does ultrasound work

All existing materials have a critical resonance frequency at which they may suffer damage. The frequencies of the Pulsar Series devices are set to match the harmonic frequency of the cell membrane of algae fatally damaging them within 72 hours of contact. These frequencies also attack the biofilm and certain fungi such as Pythium.

With cyanobacteria, it is the gas vesicles that are damaged, small vacuoles that keep them buoyant in the water column and regulate their vital functions. The ultrasound pops them, causing the cell to sink to the bottom and die by lack of photosynthesis.

Humans, animals, fish and plants have different resonance frequencies and are therefore not affected by the ultrasound emitted by Pulsar® transducers.

 Pulsar 3000Pulsar 4000
Applicationssmall pondsLakes and reservoirs
 Golf coursesIrrigation basins
 ReservoirsAerated lagoon (sewage)
 Clarifier (wastewater)Drinking water tanks
Reach – algae80m radius (10 ac)150m radius (17 ac)
Reach – Cyanobacteria200m radius (60ac)500m radius (123ac)
Sharklet (antibiofilm)yesyes
Alimentation110V/220V AC110V/220V AC
 24V DC, Solar24V DC, Solar