Breakthrough Plasma Technology
Transformation into a biphasic stream
From liquid into a liquid-gas flow by acceleration
Application of an
Electric discharge able to ionize particles within the biphasic flow
Glow discharge non-thermal plasma
From liquid-gas flow to liquid by deceleration
What is Plasma?
Plasma Water Sanitization
Plasma Water Sanitization is a major technological breakthrough that creates an entirely new water disinfection category.
Microorganisms are fully eliminated through the combination of a variety of plasma state phenomena that generate complete disinfection, as well as positive residual effects to preserve the sanitized quality of the water.
The technology was tested at NSF International (Michigan, USA) achieving complete elimination of bacteria and viruses.
Additionally, the technology was validated at the University of Montpellier (France), demonstrating unprecedented efficacy – from nearly 1 billion cholera bacteria per 100mL to zero.
Plasma Activated Water
Lightnings are examples of Plasma in Nature
Lightnings Activate the
Water in the rain
Activated Water is a Natural Pesticide and Fertilizer
PLASMA ACTIVATED WATER is a Natural Pesticide and Fertilizer
What is Plasma Activated Water?
PLASMA WATERS breakthrough technology transforms water into non-thermal plasma, in a continuous flow.
When water is transformed into Plasma, Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species (RONS) are generated in the water, as a result of the energy being applied to it. This water becomes Plasma Activated Water (PAW).
PLASMA WATERS’ PAW is created just from water, air and electricity, in a continuous flow, with low energy and cost, and with a scalable throughput.
Plasma Spectral Analysis
PLASMA WATERS breakthrough technology allows monitoring water quality in real time for multiple applications, such as industrial processes, defense & security, agriculture and many others.
Our Plasma Spectral Analysis technology, is the first available solution to determine the quality of the water in real-time.
In plasma state, ionized atoms and molecules emit light in specific wavelengths. Elements and compounds have spectral signatures by which their presence can be detected, therefore, the composition of a liquid can be determined by the emission lines generated when transformed into plasma —while spectral analysis is a solved problem, there haven’t been, until now, any available means for the efficient ionization of liquid in continuous flow, in situ, in real time.