Water has the ability to convey many substances thanks to its particular chemical and physical properties: very high solvent power, high chemical reactivity and considerable specific heat. Moreover, its molecular capacity, two hydrogen atoms bound to an oxygen atom, allows it to behave like a crystal: not only in the solid state (ice) but also in the liquid state.

Cavitation applied to water acts mainly on this characteristic.

Through the violent implosion of the bubbles, it causes the release of nascent oxygen, allows the elimination of viruses and bacteria present; furthermore, it supports the magnetic conversion of calcite (responsible for the formation of scale) insoluble in soluble aragonite and not able to aggregate in the formation of limestone.

Finally, since the molecular structure of water is not uniform, the distance between the molecules is never the same, nor is the reciprocal attraction force; there are therefore areas or points of emptiness or pockets of gas (oxygen, nitrogen) and foreign bodies, sometimes not totally wet.

As the pressure decreases, the air pockets expand, the liquid evaporates and the steam fills them. The subsequent phase of implosion violates the oxygen, which can thus exert all its oxidative action on the surrounding organic substrate, mimicking the action of hydrogen peroxide.

Another fundamental aspect of cavitation with respect to all other water purification and filtering treatments consists in the fact that with cavitation they are the same water molecules that, after the implosion phase, assume a homogeneous crystalline configuration, which gives the water the original characteristics of the formation from the source.

Therefore, unlike the other treatments applicable to water, nothing is added or removed, such as ion exchange resins for inserting and subtracting ions or magnetic filtering to subtract iron, but on the contrary it is amplified and enhances the natural ability of water to biodegrade and break down pathogens by oxidation.

Furthermore, our equipment also includes an ozonator that further enhances the oxidation of any pollutants present.

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