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Extensive research on water structure has led to the development of devices that enable rapid conditioning or treatment of water, without filters, to convert waste water into a usable form.

Two-fifth’s of the world’s population do not have access to an adequate supply of fresh water, making water quality one of the biggest challenges facing the world today.   Environmental chemical exposures number in the tens of thousands among industrialised populations.  Water, air, food, and now the bodies of animals and humans are saturated with xenobiotic chemicals (compounds foreign to our biochemistry), most of which did not even exist on the planet before the industrial revolution of the late 19th century.

Since the 1960’s, research has been carried out on the positive effects that energised (structured) water has on the capacity to support life to its fullest potential. This process involves subjecting water to natural water rhythms and specific vortex flow.

The four critical aspects that determine water quality are:

  • chemical and mineral constituents, including oxygen levels and presence of negatively charged Hydrogen ions: H– 
  • organic and biological aspects, including contamination by toxins or pathogenic microbes, or water that has an imbalance of beneficial and pathogenic microbes,
  • energetic, vibrational (frequency) or structured nature,
  • voltage potential (ie. negative millivolts) and capacity to hold that negative charge over time.

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We have a vast range suited for small domestic to large agricultural applications.

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