Nano Air Bubble Aeration System, or NABAS is a natural, chemical free system. The core technology centers around a gas delivery system that disperses gas bubbles and dissolves gas into a desired fluid tank or process stream. Bubbles that are 20 microns or less implode from the pressure of water, releasing the gas inside the fluid. The NABAS delivery system creates a high quantity, 80% or more, of bubbles that are an impressive 5 microns or less. These bubbles are referred to as nanobubbles; they are negatively charged, therefore attracted to contaminant particles, which then carries them to the surface for easy removal access. NABAS is able to achieve DO (dissolved oxygen) 3-4 times higher than conventional aeration products by creating enough nanobubbles to shift the fluid to be in equilibrium with the bubbles instead of the surface. Additionally, intense localized temperature and pressure from the bubble collapse generates free radicals. The most reactive and non-selective free radical produced is hydroxyl radical, which is used to degrade what is normally hard to remove organic contaminants and hard to sterilize pathogens. Hydroxyl radical is typically formed in current water treatment processes through the addition of chemicals, not generated in solution, a distinct NABAS advantage.