Pi and magnetic systems – the reasons why we benefit from using this unique water system daily….
A unique feature of PiMag® Water Technology is the addition of pi minerals to the process. Pi water was originally discovered by Japanese scientists in the 1970s. Observation had suggested that the water from an isolated hillside stream had a remarkable effect on the plant life in the area.
As scientists examined the environment and found that it contained an unusual collection of topographical features from the surrounding hills which contained magnetite and calcium. The watercourse flowed over silicates, the material that forms natural crystal. Water from it was found to have an atypical combination of minerals, and was naturally alkaline. This alkalinity helps to balance the acidic diet and stress-induced acidity that is commonly experienced in modern life.
Duplicating these conditions in the laboratory resulted in a form of this “pi water.” The slightly alkaline water produced by the PiMag Waterfall may help offset the acidic nature of a typical modern diet and other environmental conditions. Magnetic technology was added, as a magnetic field assists in conditioning water without adding salt or other chemicals. It decreases oxidation reduction potential — a high ORP contributes to oxidative decomposition. An ionizing effect further reduces potential oxidation by providing ions to neutralize free radicals.
Similar filtration, pi and magnetic technology is incorporated in the PiMag® Sport Bottle. This system also produces alkaline water to help decrease oxidation reduction potential.
The PiMag® MicroJet™ Shower System uses yet another form of filtration, to reduce the chlorine which is absorbed by the body via the lungs and skin surface when showering. This shower system features technology that neutralizes chlorine through a copper-zinc redox process. A primary filter deflects a range of water contaminants such as dirt, odor and sediment. Patent-pending Air Induction Technology increases filtration efficiency while diminishing water surface tension.