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STUDIES

Watt-Ahh®, Ultra-pure Polarized Water, is produced from a new Technology licensed by LSG Partners, L.L.C.  Our mutual mission is to continue to perform clinical studies to quantify the benefits of Watt-Ahh® and Dioxytetrahydride Gas (a.k.a. SG Gas) that is infused into ultra-pure water to create Watt-Ahh® (also identified herein as Dioxytetrahydride Gas-infused Water, SG Gas-infused Water or Ultra-pure Polarized Water). Dioxytetrahydride is a stable crystalline-like structure consisting of two water molecules (H4O2) enriched with electrons. Watt-Ahh® contains no electrolytes. Instead it is in its own class of ultra-pure water (no additives; only 100% water) with a fundamental molecular structure that remains stable and active indefinitely even after the sealed bottle cap is opened.

The following is a summary of studies completed to date and we recommend that you check back on a regular basis as we will continue to post the results of additional studies and clinical trend trials.  For more information on the science behind Watt-Ahh®, please visit the website for our R&D Company, WIT International, L.L.C., www.WaterIonTechnologies.com.

A white paper on Dioxtetrahydride Gas prepared by Inventor Rob Gourley (CEO of both AquaNew and WIT International) with assistance by a Physical Chemist can be found at this link.

  • Quality of Watt-Ahh®, Bottled Drinking Water
    We use quality control practices in producing Watt-Ahh® at a licensed water plant and guarantee 100% customer satisfaction on our products.  The following information is our best available characterization of product quality based on random samples for testing.

    1. Water Purity (Quality)

      a. Protocol:  Samples of bottled Watt-Ahh® produced on January 17, 2010 were sent to the lab for analyses.

      Certified Lab:  A nationally-recognized lab located in San Antonio, Texas

      Test Results:  The parameters regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) were tested and the results on this link show Watt-Ahh® samples either were not detected (below thresholds of detection by the lab) or sub-trace contaminants that far exceed the FDA regulations. For a copy of the full report, please send an email request to inquiries@aquanew.com.

      b. Protocol:  Samples of bottled Watt-Ahh® produced on September 29, 2010 were sent to the lab for analyses.   The samples and protocols complied with U.S. EPA testing procedures and holding guidelines as follows: (1) Organohalide Pesticide and PCBs in Water by EPA 505, (2) Chlorinated Acids in Water by EPA 515.1; (3) Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) by SM5310; (4) pH by SM4500-H; (5) MBAS Surfactants by SM5310B; (6) Total Organic Carbon by SM 5310B; (7) Total Phenolics by EPA 420.4 and (8) Determination of Asbestos Structures.

      Certified Lab:  A nationally-recognized lab located in Tampa, Florida.

      Test Results:  The parameters regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) were tested and the results on this link show none of the parameters tested on Watt-Ahh® samples were detected (or below thresholds of detection by the lab).  For a copy of the full report, please send an email request to inquiries@aquanew.com.

      c. Protocol:  Samples of bottled Watt-Ahh® produced on August 23, 2011 were sent to the lab for analyses to demonstrate a high purity level or pharmaceutical-grade water. The following parameters were tested: Resistivity, Conductivity, pH (SM 4500-H), Total Organic Content (SM 5310B), Silicia (metals per ICP by EPA 200.7), and Bacteria (Chromogenic Substrate Coliform Test by SM 9223B).

      Certified Lab: A nationally-recognized lab located in Tampa, Florida.

      Test Results: Ultra purity of Watt-Ahh® is below the maximum contaminant levels for highly purified water established by ISO, ASTM, NCCLS and Pharmacopoeia such that the comparative results are shown on this link. For a copy of the full report, please send an email request to inquiries@aquanew.com

      d. Protocol:  Random samples of bottled Watt-Ahh® were taken to the lab for analyses.
      Certified Lab:  Sanders Laboratories, Inc., Nokomis, FL

      Test Results:
      Calcium Hardness At or below MDL (Method Detection Level of 3 mg/l CACO3)
      Hardness, Total

      At or below MDL (MDL is 3 mg/l CACO3)

      Specific Conductivity 6.2 umhos/cm
      Total Dissolved Solids

      At or below MDL (MDL is 20 mg/l)

      Turbidity At or below MDL (MDL is 0.1 NTU or Nephelometric Turbidity Unit)

    2. Hydroxyhydrogen Gas Purity (Non-toxic)
      Protocol:  Samples of hydroxyhydrogen gas were used for a Vero Cell Cytotoxicity Assay (SOP #C-19B).  The day before the start of the assay, a 96 well plate was seeded with the appropriate number of viable Vero cells.  The next appropriate dilutions of the positive and negative controls (Shiga Toxin STX 1) were prepared in tissue culture medium as well as dilutions of the samples.  The medium was aseptically removed from the Vero cells and it was replaced with the various control and test solutions.  The plate was then incubated approximately 48 hrs. in a 37°C tissue culture incubator.  After incubation, the plate was further processed according to the Standard Operating Procedures.  A tetrazolium dye, MTT, is added to the wells of the plates.  The plates are incubated a minimum of 4 hrs. in the presence of the dye.  The yellow dye is taken up and converted to a blue color only by living cells.  The plates are then read on an ELISA plate reader and the data from the samples are compared to the data from the controls.

      Certified Lab: Toxin Technology, Inc., Sarasota, FL.

      Test Results:  All samples are negative with respect to cytotoxic activity with respect to the controls in the assay (sensitivity approximately 1 ng STX 1/ml) at the dilutions tested (1:10, 1:20, 1:40 and 1:80 dilutions).  (Toxin Technology, Inc., report dated 2006).

    3. Capacitance (Smaller clusters of water molecules for improved hydration and more efficient metabolism)

      Protocol: A gallon of pure water is infused with SG Gas using a bubbling tube for a period up to 20 minutes. Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) is measured in the water prior to and subsequent to bubbling. A Control Company Traceable™ #4063CC meter is used to measure TDS changes between untreated and treated (SG Gas infused) water. A Fluke 189 True RMS Multimeter is used to measure drop in capacitance in the water during bubbling with SG Gas. The factors affecting the absorption rate of SG Gas include initial purity of water, size of gas bubbles and volume of water to be treated.

      Testing Location: Performed at WIT corporate workshop, Sarasota, FL.

      Test Results: Absorption over time or saturation graphs show water treated with SG Gas has a lower capacitance level which indicates less electrical resistance or conductivity among smaller clusters of water molecules.

      Untreated Water (not infused with SG Gas) – 0.33 ppm TDS; 24 nF Capacitance
      Treated Water (infused with SG Gas) – 0.17 ppm TDS after 11 minutes of bubbling with SG Gas; 10 nF Capacitance (a net decrease of 13 nF when compared to that of Untreated Water).
      Notes:  nF (nano farads) is one-one thousand of a uF (micro farads).  ppm is the abbreviation for parts per million.

    4. Redox (Reduction/Oxidation) Potential or ORP

      Background: For fruit and vegetable production, microbial quality of water used in harvesting, cooling, transporting, postharvest drenching and other procedures is critical in eliminating waterborne microorganisms including postharvest plant pathogens and agents of human illness. Many packers of fresh produce use sensors to monitor the oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) status of their water systems. According to Division of Agriculture and Natural Resource of the University of California*, “…ORP, measured in millivolts (mV) has increasingly become a primary approach to standardizing water disinfection parameters…since ORP reflects the antimicrobial potential of water…” From the UofC report referenced below, E. coli dies in less than 60 seconds and Salmonella spp. dies in over 300 seconds within a solution likely with the addition of sodium hypochlorite (bleach) or chlorine, having an ORP reading between 550 and 620 mV. A relatively high ORP of Watt-Ahh® provides good cleaning power without extensive use of harsh chemicals including chlorine which is prohibited in Europe. We find cleaning properties are maintained when one part of commercial cleaning solution is diluted with 20 parts of Watt-Ahh®. As an alternative, oxygen is a more powerful oxidizer when compared to that of chlorine. An ORP of 500 using an oxygen-based oxidizer is more effective than an ORP of 750 using a chlorine-based oxidizer. Chlorine is typically used in municipal systems since it is less expensive. If organisms can not be killed with chlorine, the municipality will likely revert to either ozone or peroxide treatment that is more effective. Due to the ionized nature of our molecule, we are of the opinion that it is more effective when compared to that of peroxide. Watt-Ahh® has an ORP greater than 370 mV based on the test results below which indicate weak to moderate antibacterial properties. The effective elimination of free-floating microbes on the surfaces of fruits and vegetables, kitchen counters and bathrooms could occur through the use of either Watt-Ahh® or SG Gas as an oxidizer, which may very well avoid the need to add a supplemental disinfectant treatment such as chlorine, ozone, peroxide or UV irradiation.

      * “Oxidation-Reduction Potential (ORP) for Water Disinfection Monitoring, Control, and Documentation”, Trevor V. Suslow, Extension Research Specialist, Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis, Publication 8149, ISBN 978-1-60107-319-8, 4 pp., 2004.

      Protocol: Random samples of bottled Watt-Ahh® were taken to the lab for ORP analyses.

      Certified Lab: Xenco Laboratories, Tampa, FL.

      Test Results: Testing performed by Xenco Laboratories revealed a positive ORP reading for Watt-Ahh®, which indicates Ultra-pure Polarized Water will serve to prevent bacterial growth. The results follow:

      Watt-Ahh® Redox Potential Between 483 and 516 mV
      (Xenco Laboratories, report dated September 2008).

      Watt-Ahh® Redox Potential Between 460 and 462 mV on water samples produced on January 17,2010.
      (Xenco Laboratories, report dated March 2010).

      Watt-Ahh® Redox Potential Between 379 and 380 mV on water samples produced on January 17, 2010
      (A nationally-recognized laboratory located in San Antonio, Texas, report dated June 22, 2010.  For a copy of the full report, please send an email request to inquiries@aquanew.com).

      Watt-Ahh® Redox Potential Between 454 and 455 mV on water samples produced on January 17, 2010
      (Xenco Laboratories, report dated July 13, 2010).

    5. pH

      Background: Based on our scientific literature search, ultra-pure water has a pH between 6.8 and 7.4. The pH of ultra-pure water bubbled with SG Gas can not be accurately determined using litmus paper or other conventional testing methods for pH due to free hydrogen in the water.

    6. Water Storage (binding of SG Gas into water)

      Observations: Polarized Water produced over 4 years ago and contained in a clear plastic spray bottle, with mostly daily exposure to the Florida sun remains clear in appearance with no evidence of either mold or scale on the interior surface of the container. Governing laws require expiration dates of 2 years on each water bottle produced; however, we are of the opinion that Ultra-pure Polarized Water with SG Gas will remain permanently stable in a container. We can demonstrate that SG Gas remains bonded to water molecules by freezing Polarized Water into ice cubes. SG Gas does not freeze at 32° F. Instead, gas bubbles form within the ice cube itself, sometimes producing on the surface of the ice cubes, capillary tubes where the SG Gas escapes.

  • Pilot Studies
    The Pilot studies may or may not have clinically significant results and are used to identify general trends for more refined clinical studies and laboratory testing in the future. Please visit www.AquaNew.com for updates on on-going tests.

    1. Autism
      • Background: AquaNew, L.L.C. of Sarasota, Florida, with assistance from Lisa Squadere-Watson, a Parent/Advocate for children with Autism, conducted a small pilot study involving 4 families.  The group consisted of seven children on the autism spectrum, one neuro-typical child and five of their parents.

      • Protocol:  All participants were requested to drink Polarized Water for four consecutive weeks and maintain daily journals on any physical and behavioral changes. Dr. Leonard Smith, MD was the assigning physician.  Organic Acid Testing (OAT) prior to and after consumption of the water was performed.  Great Plains Lab performed the analysis (www.GreatPlainsLaboratory.com).

      • Test Results and Recommendations for Additional Testing: There were general improvement trends in all categories of the OAT Testing for the children. Their parents also experienced some improvement and provided written daily observations on health and wellbeing for their family members while drinking the Polarized Water. Dr. Smith found the results encouraging such that it appeared to decrease some bacteria and fungal overgrowth and benefit mitochondrial function. Dr. Smith also provides recommendations on continued and additional testing. For more information, please click here.

    2. Nutrient Transport
      University Study report released on May 3, 2011. For entire report, please send a request via email to: inquiries@AquaNew.com

    3. Wound Management (Also refer to Section H, entitled "Healthier Sanitation", below.)
      Georgetown Equine Hospital report submitted to AquaNew LLC in June of 2014

  • Other Uses for Watt-Ahh® – Fish Growth, Plant Growth and Long Shelf-life for Cut Flowers

    1. Fish Growth

      Protocol: After completing a six week nitrogen cycle, two female Veiltail Betta fish were placed in separate aquarium tanks with similar conditions, except that one tank was filled with de-chlorinated tap water and the second tank was filed with Polarized Water (the brand name is Watt-Ahh®, an AquaNew® Water). The fish had the same initial body length size of 2.8 cm. Each week thereafter, for approximately one month, the body length of each fish was measured. The water parameters of nitrates, nitrites, water hardness, total alkalinity and pH were measured using test strips on the water in each tank on a daily basis. Based on recommendations from professional aquarium experts, the entire protocol, photographs, charts and results from this fish growth experiment can be found on this link.

      Test Location: Katie Kopinski has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Marine Biology and she performed this experiment in Sarasota, Florida.

      Test Results For the first week of the experiment, there was a 14.3% growth spurt for the fish in the Watt-Ahh® tank but only a 7.1% growth increase in the tap water fish. Another growth spurt occurred with the Watt-Ahh® fish during the final week of the experiment. For the final measurement at the end of the experiment, the Watt-Ahh® fish had a total 28.6% body length growth increase while the tap water fish had a total growth increase of 17.9%. The Watt-Ahh® Betta grew at least 10% greater than that of the tap water Betta over the period of the experiment (3.6 vs. 3.3 cm for the tap water fish). Ms. Kopinski observed Watt-Ahh® gives fish more energy, helps them grow faster, maintains stable and undectable nitrate and hardness parameters in the water, and keeps the aquarium tank cleaner. She further indicated that a growth differential in excess of 10%, between two fish of the same species that are typically slow growing, is indeed significant.

    2. Cut Flowers

      a. Protocol:  In a residential-setting with a room temperature between 74° and 76° F. and AC house humidity, two similar clean glass vases were used such that one vase was filled with Ultra-pure Polarized Water (or SG Gas-infused Water or “SG Water”) and the other was filled with municipal tap water from San Antonio, Texas.  Two sets of roses were clipped and immersed in their respective waters two times and then set in place next to each other.  Photos were taken for five consecutive days.

      Test Location:  Eugene Dedick, has a Masters in P-Chem and a water consultant performed this test in San Antonio, Texas.

      Test Results:  Mr. Dedick reports the cut roses in a vase filled with Ultra-Pure Polarized Water outlasted roses in tap water by 20% to 30% longer.  Mr. Dedick writes about the following observations…  “This increased shelf life for the Polarized Water flowers is substantial for $60 per dozen roses and the logistic/shipping savings for holdovers and reduced wastage is significant.  The tap water flowers wilted, bent over, and became flaccid two days before any flowers in the Polarized Water started to bend.  The Polarized Water flowers opened up and stayed turgid after they started to ‘bow’.  Also, the Polarized Water had a ‘flower smell’ and the tap water had a moldy smell like the bugs were taking over.  Additionally, it is interesting to note that on some of the flowers in Polarized Water, there was actually tan water dripping out of the rose heads.  It was as if their xylem was still pumping water at a living rate to the rose heads.  I have never seen this before.  It’s like the roses in Polarized Water want to ‘live’ after they had been thru the guillotine”.  (Eugene Dedick - Masters in P-Chem, report dated July 15, 2010).

      b.  Protocol:  In a residential-setting with a room temperature between 74° and 76° F. and AC house humidity, two similar clean glass vases were used such that one vase was filled with SG Gas-infused Water and the other was filled with municipal tap water from San Antonio, Texas.  Two sets of roses were clipped and immersed in their respective waters two times and then set in place next to each other. 
      Test Location:  Eugene Dedick, has a Masters in P-Chem and a water consultant performed this test in San Antonio, Texas.

      Test Results:  Mr. Dedick reports the tap water began to smell musty on Day 4 and the SG Water had a pleasant odor that smelled like roses the entire 5 days. He estimates that the flower in SG Water had a pleasant odor that shows that it will yield a shelf life of 6 days or longer, 50% or more than the flower in city tap water that would have been tossed at the end of Day 3 when the petals started to come off..  (Eugene Dedick - Masters in P-Chem, report dated August  7, 2010).

      c.  Protocol:  In a residential-setting with a room temperature between 74° and 76° F. and AC house humidity, two similar clean glass vases were used such that one vase was filled with SG Gas-infused Water and the other was filled with municipal tap water from San Antonio, Texas.  Two sets of daisies were clipped and immersed in their respective waters two times and then set in place next to each other.  Solar Cult Dip Slide Cultures were used for the microbiological counts and were measured as Colony Forming Units per milliliter of water (CFU’s/ml).  Nutrient Agar TTC was used to measure total aerobic bacteria colonies. 
      Test Location:  Eugene Dedick, has a Masters in P-Chem and a water consultant performed this test in San Antonio, Texas.

      Test Results:  Mr. Dedick reports the daisies in the SG Water lasted 50% longer when compared to that of tap water.  Daisies in the tap water wilted on Day 4 and the tap water began to smell musty on the previous day, Day 3.  The SG Water had a pleasant odor that smelled like daisies for the entire 9 days and the water was less cloudy when compared to that of the tap water.  The microbiological colony counts as reported by Mr. Dedick follow:

      Day 1:  SG Water 100 to 200 CFU’s/ml vs. Tap Water 100 to 200 CFU’s/ml
      Day 3: SG Water 1000 to 2000 CFU’s/ml vs. Tap Water 500,000 to 1 million CFU’s/ml
      Day 9: SG Water 10,000 to 50,000 CFU’s/ml vs. Tap Water 5 to 10 million CFU’s/ml
      Day 10: SG Water 10,000 to 50,000 CFU’s/ml vs. Tap Water over 10 million CFU’s/ml

      (Eugene Dedick - Masters in P-Chem, report dated August  29, 2010).

    3. Ivy Plants

      Protocol: In a controlled greenhouse setting, four groups of ivy plants were watered using (1) 100% well water, (2) mix of 1/3 mix SG Gas-infused Water and 2/3 well water, (3) mix of 2/3 SG Gas-infused Water and 1/3 well water, and (4) 100% SG Gas-infused Water. The ivy plants were harvested and dehydrated to allow measurement of dry plant mass.

      Test Location:
      Commercial greenhouse grower, Ramona Reiser of R&R Expectations, Sarasota, FL performed this study.

      Test Results: The fourth group of 100% SG Gas-infused Water has over 16 percent increase in mass when compared to that of the first group of well water. (Ramona Reiser, report dated 2006)

    4. Barley Fodder

      barley Protocol: SG Gas-infused Water and municipal tap water were used on separate plots of hydroponically grown barley used to feed race horses.

      Test Location: Samples were analyzed by the University of Georgia Feed and Environmental Water Laboratory (UGA) (aesl.ces.uga.edu).

      Test Results: The results are compelling. The barley sample grown in SG Gas-infused Water is identified in the UGA Report as #8513 or the top portion of the photo. The bottom portion of the photo was barley grown in municipal tap water and identified as #8512 (see pdf of both reports here, dated May 9, 2014).

      The Relative Forage Quality (RFQ) of barley grown with the SG Gas-infused Water was up 34% over that of the barley grown with municipal tap water. From a nutritional value standpoint the barley grown with the SG Gas-infused Water (top portion of the photo) exceeded that of the barley grown with municipal tap water in all categories:
      • 94% more digestible fiber
      • 77% more digestible energy
      • 80% more carbohydrates
      • 65% more crude protein

  • Other Uses for Watt-Ahh® – Nutrient Absorption

    1. Vitamin C

      Protocol: In a controlled experiment, a standard drug metabolism test in vitro was conducted over a period of 21 days. This comparative test was performed on cell membrane permeability for Vitamin C solution (L-ascorbic acid) using (1) Hank’s Buffered Saline Solution (HBSS) and (2) SG Gas-infused Water. Caco-2 cells were used and permeability of the apical side (similar to intestine surface) and basolateral side (similar to underneath intestinal surface) for the separate solutions were determined. Vitamin C quantification was conducted on HPLC (HP1100 equipped with PDA detector) and Zorbax C18 reverse phase column (4.6 x 250 mm, 5 micro) at 30°C.  
      Certified Lab: University of British Columbia, Canada

      Test Results: Vitamin C permeability of SG Gas-infused Water is approximately 4 times higher than the control counterpart. (Communication in 2008)

    2. Wheatgrass

      Protocol: Wheatgrass seeds were soaked for 72 hours in a bowl filled with Watt-Ahh™. Simultaneously, Grodan plugs were soaked in a bowl filled with Watt-Ahh™ and a couple of teaspoons of baking soda. The wet Grodan plugs (growth medium) are squeezed to remove excess water and placed in small plastic webbed containers that fit holes in an Aerogarden Kitchen Aeroponic Garden system. Growth medium and plastic container are carefully placed in each hole adjacent to the water jet inside the water tray. The germinated Wheatgrass seeds are placed on top of the growth medium. Small clear plastic cups are placed on top of each growth medium to maintain ambient moisture surrounding the seedlings. The water tray is filled with Watt-Ahh™ to the specified level inside the tray. Soluble fertilizer is added to the water in the tray. The Aerogarden is set to the Herb setting that controls the frequency and length of light exposure each day. Once two sets of leaves appear (approximately 2 to 3 days), each clear plastic cup is removed. After 10 days of growth, Wheatgrass leaves are harvested and placed in a sealed plastic bag. The sealed bag is placed inside an insulated box with a frozen plastic ice holder and immediately shipped to the lab for ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) analysis.

      The ORAC analysis provides a measure of the scavenging capacity of antioxidants against the peroxyl radical, which is one of the most common reactive oxygen species (ROS) found in the body. Trolox, a water-soluble Vitamin E analog, is used as the calibration standard.    

      Certified Lab: Brunswick Laboratories, Norton, MA.

      Test Results:
      ORAChydro
      16 umoleTE/gram
      16,000 umoleTE/liter
      ORACLipo
      3 umoleTE/gram
      3,000 umoleTE/liter
      ORACtotal
      19 umoleTE/gram
      19,000 umoleTE/liter

      Notes: ORAChydro reflects water-soluble antioxidant capacity. ORACLipo is the lipid soluble antioxidant capacity. ORACtotal is the sum of ORAChydro and ORACLipo. (Brunswick Laboratories, report dated June 2006)

  • Other Uses for Watt-Ahh® – Ingredient in Product Improvement

    1. Longer Shelf Life

      Protocol: Watt-Ahh® replaces municipal water as one of the ingredients to prepare the batter for a commercial cookie enriched with high quality salmon oil. A shelf-life study is performed for at least 21 days.

      Test Location: Venice, FL

      Test Results: Mold does not appear on the cookies made with Watt-Ahh®. The chef observed Watt-Ahh® emulsifies the salmon oil better than regular (non-polarized) water. Additionally, the taste of the cookies with Watt-Ahh® also has a more robust flavor.

    2. Moisturizing Formulas (refer to Section F.1 below).

    3. Emulsification of Oils (refer to Sections D.1 and E.1 herein).

  • Other Uses for Watt-Ahh® – Skin Hydration and Repair

    1. Lotion and Creams

      Protocol: Topical applications were applied twice a day on each side of the face and in vicinity of the eyes. Two types of topical solutions were prepared with 1% magnesium ascorbyl phosphate (MAP), one using SG Gas-infused Water and the other using tap water. This routine was done for 21 days.

      Certified Lab: Optima Specialty Chemical, Huntington, CT

      Test Results: On the side of the face where SG Gas-infused Water solution was applied, a slight reduction in the depth of fine lines around the eye and a lighting of darker skin pigment are observed when compared to that of the other side of the face where the tap water solution was applied. (Stephen Puleo of Optima Specialty Chemical, communication in 2008)

    2. Home Test: Fill bowl with Watt-Ahh® and place hand in the Water for over 20 minutes. Fingers remain plumb and with limited wrinkling. Regular (non-polarized) water will cause the skin to wrinkle when exposed to water for over 20 minutes which is an indication that regular water is dehydrating the skin.

    3. Burns and Pain Relief (protocol has been prepared and clinical trials will commence in the near future)

  • Other Uses for Watt-Ahh® – Improved Cleaning (also refer to Section A.4 above)

    1. Laundry

      Protocol: Add 1/3 gallon of Watt-Ahh® in a standard washing machine tub of 12 gallons for medium load to soap cycle. The remaining Watt-Ahh® (2/3 gallon) is added to the rinse cycle. The washed clothes are removed from the washer and placed into a dryer until dry. Another medium load of clothes are washed in the same washing machine and using the same detergent (no Ultra-pure Water Polarized is added to either the soap or rinse cycles).

      Testing Location: Performed at WIT corporate workshop, Sarasota, FL.

      Test Results:
      Treated Water (infused with SG Gas) – Clothes smell fresher and less body oil and odor smell during work outs. Less soap residue is evident after re-saturating dry clothes with water. The addition of Ultra-pure Polarized Water to the rinse cycle removes soap residue that may contain residual dirt from the fabric. This wash procedure using Ultra-pure Polarized Water is especially preferred for people with allergic sensitivities to residual soap in their clothes.

      Use of Untreated Water (not infused with SG Gas) for Washing – Clothes have remaining pungent body odor smell due to bacteria buildup in the fabric which becomes more evident when the person wearing the clothes begins to sweat from working or exercising. Soap residue on dry clothes become evident when resaturated with water.

  • Other Uses for Watt-Ahh® - Healthier Sanitation

    1. Hydrogen Peroxide (Stability of Compounds in Polarized Water)

      Background: Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) in a water solution has long been recognized as a generally safe antimicrobial agent by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). However, hydrogen peroxide is thermodynamically unstable and decomposes to form water and oxygen. When diluted with regular water, hydrogen peroxide decomposes to a low level of residual activity within hours or a couple of days, and proves to be ineffective (loss of sterilization activity) in certain cases. Consequently, the effectiveness of using hydrogen peroxide as a disinfectant has mixed results and causes hospitals and other medical institutions to resort to chlorine-based bleaches which have environmental and health safety concerns.

      Hydrogen peroxide has historically been used in disinfecting topical wounds until researchers proved that it destroyed skin cells, slowed healing and led to scarring. Only very low concentrations of hydrogen peroxide in water solution should be applied topically to wounds but again the stability of the hydrogen peroxide is a concern as well as the residue left afterwards on the wound by surfactants and other chemicals used by chemists in trying to stabilize the very low concentrations of hydrogen peroxide in water.

      Two medical supply laboratories have proven that a very low concentration of hydrogen peroxide (less than 3% by weight) is stable in the Polarized Water (Dioxytetrahydride Gas-infused Water) and retains its potential sterilization activity against a broad-spectrum of viruses, bacteria, yeasts, and bacterial spores, for over two years.

      Protocol: Continuous experiments on the relative stabilization of hydrogen peroxide with different aqueous carriers or water, including Dioxtetrahydride Gas-infused Water, were performed. Very low concentrations of hydrogen peroxide (1.2%) were added to the various aqueous carriers and measured for percent absorption by potassium permanganate titration. The samples were tested on Day 1, 20, 27 and 34. The tests were accelerated in aging when the temperature of each water sample was maintained at 58°C, approximating close to two years of stabilization.

      Testing Location: Sarasota Medical Products, Sarasota, FL.

      Test Results: The Dioxtetrahydride Gas-infused water samples prevent degradation of hydrogen peroxide at a temperature of 58°C and maintain close to 100% absorption, that is, 1.2% concentration throughout the 34 days of testing. In comparison, hydrogen peroxide degraded in tap water at a temperature of 58°C from 1.2% to 0.4% concentration on Day 20 and below 0.2% concentration on Day 34.

    2. Chlorine Dioxide (Stability of Compounds in Polarized Water)

      Background:A series of dilutions were set up and aged for 75 days at 50C, or approximately two years of stability of this solution that creates chlorine dioxide. A solution of chlorine dioxide at a concentration of 0.4 ppm was separately added to Dioxytetrahydride Gas-infused water and tap water. The samples were aged for 75 days at 50C. Prior to testing the concentration of chlorine dioxide of each sample, a positive control of chlorine dioxide at a concentration of 0.4 ppm in water was prepared. The concentration of chlorine dioxide measured in the two samples after aging, was 0.4 ppm for the Dioxytetrahydride Gas-infused water and 0.2 ppm for tap water. The same protocol was performed on 0.2 ppm concentration of chlorine dioxide and the test results was 0.2 ppm for the Dioxytetrahydride gas-infused water and 0.0 ppm in tap water.

      Testing Location: Sarasota Medical Products, Sarasota, FL.

      Test Results: The Dioxytetrahydride Gas-infused water was found to preserve chlorine dioxide at levels seen when chlorine dioxide in solution is freshly prepared.

      What has now been discovered is that peroxides and chlorine dioxide (compounds) can be stabilized for long periods of time (years) by combining the compounds with the restructured water that has been infused with Dioxytetrahydride Gas.
 



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