Knowledge Centre for Plasma Activated Water.
Plasma Activated Water is produced by making use of water, air and electricity. Ambient air is brought into the plasma phase with electrical energy and plasma activated air is brought into contact with water. Reactive oxygen and nitrogen are dissolved into the water creating Plasma Activated Water.
The process of treating water with plasma is copied out of nature. When lightning strikes during a thunderstorm, rain and water are treated with plasma. It is one of nature's ways to fixate nitrogen in the form of nitrate, the most important fertilizer for plants and crops.
After the activation process PAW possesses unique disinfecting properties that can be used for hygiene purposes. These properties are reduced over time and the reactive elements fall back to its original states leaving water with an elevated concentration of nitrate.