About Us

Vision

To inspire sustainability and healthier communities through research and development on water.

Mission

Our mission is to enhance plant, animal and human life by addressing water shortages and contamination issues with most advanced water enhancement technology in an eco-friendly and cost-effective way.

History

Liquid Technologies International, Inc. (LTI) was founded in 2004 for the purpose of developing a water conversion technology (LTIWET) to enhance water quality beyond mere filtration systems with initial interest in its application to industrial water pipe delivery and storage containment systems known as water cooling towers. The focus was to develop a technology capable of activating water to eliminate storage-tank-wall chemical scale buildup, rust (due to its oxidative effects on metal), overall corrosion and algae growth problems. The company’s goal focused on developing a viable cutting-edge technology for the worldwide marketplace.

The first significant application of this technology was introduced called LTIWET SRD (Scale Removal Device) and was immediately proven to be a highly cost-effective and environmentally friendly product. This discovery yielded product sales with Japanese blue chip companies having large industrial plants such as Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Sasebo Heavy Industries, BridgeStone, UBE Industries, IHI , Sumitomo Rubber Corporation, Baxter Corporation and some large corporations in the Mitsui Group.

In 2006, LTIWET for housing the bead cluster were given for their testing by some prestigious universities. Results proved the concept of the technology’s positive effects on water’s molecular composition yielding significant scale and organic growth reduction. Subsequent testing took place in a Japanese Medical School, whereby the Department of Applied Physiology, Faculty of Medicine’s researchers were given the same equipment given at the first test facility. This test centered on additional attributes of treated water, specifically proving its antioxidative effects. After those tests, LTIWET was applied to various industries including big buildings, subway stations, airport buildings, hotels, hospitals and etc. where LTIWET was proven to have significant effect.

From 2010 to 2018, LTIWET technology was tested for its qualities when applied to agriculture by institutions both abroad and in the US including Plant Sciences of Watsonville, CA, Pacific Ag Research of San Luis Obispo, and Fresno State University, CA. Research clearly demonstrated a broad range of benefits including enhanced soil development, significant reduction of chemical input, improved plant health, higher yields, more efficient water use (33% reduction) – all working together to lower costs and improve profitability to the farmer. Additionally, applications in the animal husbandry sector have shown improved animal health and significantly reduced mortality rates.

In 2018, LTIWET was tested in India which has a very serious water issue. It has been proved that LTIWET could bring so many benefits to the society of India.