Bubble walls are fully immersive and engaging walls cascading with water and changing colors. They are the latest and greatest offering of visual delight that can be implemented in a variety of multisensory environments, helping a range of special populations.

How does a bubble wall work?

Essentially, in a bubble wall panel, a small, powerful motor pumps air through to the wall and distributes it across the wall’s surface. This results in bubbles. When LED lights are added, they light up the bubbles and create a specific mood and ambiance for the room.

What is bubble water wall?

A bubble wall is a self contained water wall that emits variant colours using the latest LED technology. It can be designed to a size that suits you and offer a visual enhancement to any commercial property, private home or sensory environment.

How are bubble walls made?

The panel is made of acrylic and is similar to an aquarium tank. Inside the bubble wall panels are clear, plastic tubes that are connected to a hidden motor that pumps bubbles through the plastic tubes, creating a hypnotizing flow of bubbles.

What do you need for a bubble wall?

All you need for this bubble wall is an aquarium air pump, a flexible pipe, 2 sheets of transparent acrylic glass (5mm thick), and some acrylic cement/favorite as adhesive.

How do you install a bubble wall?

Quote from video: The first task is to place the wall into the base. Simply slot it into the center and then tighten up the pre-installed nuts.

How thick is a bubble wall?

Soap bubbles have very thin walls. The range can be anywhere from 10 nanometers at the top of a thin-walled bubble to over 1000 nanometers. By contrast, human hair’s thickness range is on the order of 40,000 to 60,000 nanometers.

What is water bubble?

These bubbles are water vapor. When you see water at a “rolling boil,” the bubbles are entirely water vapor. Water vapor bubbles start to form on nucleation sites, which are often tiny air bubbles, so as water starts to boil, the bubbles consist of a mixture of air and water vapor.

How do you clean a bubble wall?

To clean, wipe down your bubble panel with a damp, soft towel. Never use abrasive cleaners or glass cleaners. If bubble output becomes clogged, drain the tank and remove the bubble wand tube from the tank by pulling the wand straight out and away from the tank. Wand output holes may be cleaned with a tooth brush.