Water Activation Technology

We are a multidisciplinary lab, which design and manufacture devices and products thanks to an Innovative Technology based on some Water optical properties.

Where everything started

The reason has inspired the birth of this laboratory comes from a question we asked ourselves in 2012:

“Which are the most abundant FREE elements on planet Earth?”


“Two elements: Solar Light and Water.”

  • Solar Light – with an average radiation of about 1.350 kW/m² every year.

  • Water – with an estimated volume of 1.36 billion km³.

“Since water is one of the most abundant elements on planet Earth, what happens when it is illuminated with white or colored light?”

From Newton’s color theory, expanded by the studies of Goethe, Wittgenstein and many others, we know that a ray of white light passing through a quartz prism breaks up into colors or “fundamental frequencies”, as depicted in the image.
Starting from the hypothesis that nothing in nature is by chance, we have found some ways to treat water with those «fundamental light frequencies», obtaining interesting and repeatable results.

Since 2014, after a long experimentation, a technology has been developed that allows to obtain various types of water with different characteristics depending on the light wavelengths used during their activation. We call these activated waters “AQUE”.

“Are there any changes in the physical properties of the AQUE compared to the originary water?”

From several measurement tests carried out, for example, it results that «WLB6» type AQUA, after activation, denotes a pH variation of approximately 0.5 units. In general, the light activation modifies water acidity.

There is also a significant variation in the Electrical Conductivity of the activated water, a phenomenon that is almost impossible without the use of physical filtration treatments.

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Discover The Future Together

We are looking for industrial partners who wish to invest in the industrialization and production of innovative products, in the following sectors:

  • Cosmetics

  • Biostimulants for Agriculture

  • Insulators and Thermoregulation
  • Low Energy Consumption Refrigeration