What is Aquator?
Essentially, Aquator technology is underlain by the method of remote effects (field effects) produced upon water molecules. Aquator is a device designed to generate non-electromagnetic fields simulating fields produced by living cells. Exposed to such a field, a water molecule goes through a restructuring: it acquires properties similar to those of water contained in living organisms (biologically compatible forms).
Actually, two types of such devices have been designed: device type usable for accumulative systems and that usable for flow-operated systems of water treatment.
Apart from them, Aquator household appliance has been also designed. It looks like a round shaped utensil usable as support for a kettle, a jar or any other vessel. Its technical characteristics are:
- Height: 30 mm
- Working surface diameter: 200 mm
- Material its body is made of: metal, plastic, wood, glass or ceramic
- Maximal amount of water treatable: 20 liters
The device is equipped with start-up button and operation mode indicator. To make the water biologically compatible, only 30 seconds of exposure are required.
Aquator household appliance is self-supporting: its operation is maintained by "KRONA" (IEC 6F22) battery, and it is usable in many places, whether at home, during recreation trips, in the office or at a business trip.