Purposes of Aquator technology
Water is the universal underlying substance of life. This is well known to everybody. Indeed, all things living on the Earth are made of water by ninety percent. Without water, no human being can survive for more than several days. The civilized world has long since become aware of the great importance water has for a truly healthy and long life. As shown by numerous studies performed by gerontologists, all steady areas of longevity are associated with sources of superior-quality potable natural water.
It is no exaggeration to say that provision of the population with adequate-quality water is a task of strategic importance. The well being of each nation and the health and longevity of its members depends on how actually it solves this task.
Essentially, water (as we understand this word in our daily life) is any solution based on substance describable chemically as H2O.
Molecule of this substance is top-vital for human life. All other ingredients (mechanical particles, diluted salts, viruses, etc.) are, at best, useless or, more often than not, harmful for our organism. All opinions claiming that water contains substances beneficial for health have no proofs. Even if any such substances are there, indeed, their concentration rates are so low that, to cover our daily needs in, for instance, magnesium or iron, several hundred glasses a day are required for taking, which is, of course, impossible. Therefore, the principal requirement applicable to potable water is that it should be pure and free, at least, of any substances harmful for humans. Production of such water on industrial scales, when water is available only from water intake areas (water reservoirs, rivers, lakes, underground waters, etc.) polluted very heavily, is a far from easy task. For water purification purposes, various technologies are designed to reduce admixtures contained in water down to levels specified in the applicable Sanitary & Hygienic Standards. However, such requirements are not very strict: rather, they are set up basing on the actual technological powers of the existing industrial purification systems than on the needs of human organism.
Anyhow, "absolutely pure water" is the ideal concept of potable water and the most cherished dream of any specialist engaged in working at water treatment technologies.
Fortunately for the modern people, more than one method is now available to obtain the highest (nearly perfect) level of water purification. The most widely used of them (thanks to the high-level purity of water obtained through it and to its simplicity in use) is the so-called reverse osmotic (RO) technology. As a rule, appliances operated with use of such technology contain several preliminary purification filters to make water free of any admixtures, which are relatively large in their particle sizes. The key specific feature of RO technology is that in involves the so-called nanomembrane, through which the preliminarily purified water is pressed (pressure levels: several atmospheres). Membrane cell size is compatible with that of a water molecule. Therefore, virtually all admixtures occurring are prevented by the membrane from getting any further, and, eventually, they are washed off into the drainage system.
Now, with water available up to the strictest purity standards, is it not time to feel happy at last? Not quote so: as shown by the latest studies, in spite of all expectations, "pure" does not always mean "useful". Actually, one and the same chemical formula H2O covers a wide range of physical states the substance can be in. Physical properties of each water molecule are dependent on specific environment such molecule has been made up in. Various technological impacts (such as filtering, pressure treatment, radiation treatment, etc.) provide a water molecule with properties incompatible with cell biology requirements. Each living cell is subject to the strict laws of the living nature regulating, among other things, physical properties of the intra-cell water. Far from each water molecule it is that is fit for being within a living cell and being a part of a living organism. Water available through reverse osmosis technology is biologically incompatible; it is detrimental for our organism, since it acts to suppress its natural functions. Taken regularly and for a sufficiently long period of time, such water can induce irreparable damage to human health.
The problem of biological incompatibility can arise not only through use of water in its pure state. Many foodstuffs manufactured industrially contain technologically treated water. This is especially so with such foodstuffs as soft drinks, milk and juices. Typically, milk and juices are "restored", that is, manufactured through dilution of concentrates with water. Nutritional value of the final product depends, to a large extent, on what kind of water is usable in each such case.
Aquator technology is designed to enable its users to solve the problem of water biological incompatibility. Whatever kind of treatment it has gone through, any water, if treated by Aquator as well, acquires physical properties hardly different, in any way, from those of the intra-cell water. Use of any such water and any foodstuffs cooked with its use are good stabilizers for all physiological processes taking place in our organism, and they act to maintain its functioning in the normal way.