The following is an abridged pictorial explanation of the water conversion principle using LTI ceramics.
The basics concerning our technology are our proprietary quartz-like ceramic beads and engineering which are used to create a process that positively charges water thereby changing the water’s molecular structure and releasing the water’s hydrogen atoms. This alteration of the water molecules provides many benefits including reduced surface tension of the water enabling our converted water to more easily enter the cells of humans, plants and animals.
Water molecules are made up of hydrogen and oxygen atoms, with each molecule containing 2 hydrogens and 1 oxygen. Untreated Water [H2O] holds a negative (-) charge. (see Figure 1)
LTI’s Ceramic Beads are negatively charged. A layer of negatively charged anions (-) forms on the beads’ surface area. (see Figure 2)
The agitation of LTI’s ceramic beads within the activation chamber causes them to collide with one another creating what is known as the Peltier effect. A second positively charged layer (cation) is created on top of the ceramic negatively charged surface layer (anion) known as an electric double layer. (Figure 3)
Where there is friction there is energy (heat) release. This is known as the Interfacial Electrokinetic Phenomenon. This action produces a conversion channel where electron transfer occurs changing the water’s structure by breaking the hydrogen/oxygen bonds between each molecule. Surface tension reduction and other benefits result.