Bioguard Industries, Inc.
ADVANCED SYSTEMS FOR SAFE AND HEALTHY WATER AND HOUSING
There is functional food, medicine and chemistry, so why not functional water (water that produces specific functions). Functional water groups have defined functional water as "water that has been exposed to external energy fields (mechanical, electrical, electromagnetic, optical, or other fields or combinations thereof) that alter the physical or chemical characteristics, such that when the water is utilized by living organisms or industrial processes, there are functional benefits."
There are many ways to produce functional water.The most scientifically validated process for making functional water is electrolysis.
We used our extensive experience in electrolysis of water (over 120 man-years) to invent a new systems that energizes the water to very high levels without affecting pH or wasting water.
Important parameters that characterize what is in electrolyzed water (solutes) are: Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), pH, Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP), Dissolved Hydrogen (DH) and Dissolved Oxygen (DO). The properties of the water itself (solvent) are usually not considered. We take into account the energy in the water as measured by the Ionization Potential or Ion Product (IP) and the structure of the water (hydrogen bonds, clusters).
Some of the health benefits of functional water are:
Specific benefits of water produced by our patented Hydration Machine are:
More details on the Hydration Machine
We developed a Water Enhancement and Treatment (WET) system by treating the source water (tap) with Reverse Osmosis (RO) before it is enhanced (energized) by the Hydration Machine. We also add minerals to the RO water before it is electrolyzed. The resulting drinking water provided by the WET system is both safeand healthy. The RO system is installed under the counter and the input to the Hydration Machine is connected to the countertop RO faucet. A post carbon filter with a faucet is added to the Hydration Machine output line to provide a final "polishing" of the water to improve taste.