The vitalwater Converter is used to build up the stability and order of water (declustered water molecules). By doing so, it brings back the original properties of water: lively, fresh and powerful. The converter is suitable for vitalising running (or standing) water and is attached to the central mains water pipe.
Service life: a minimum of 30 years
The i-like technology realigns the information in water. Water molecules become declustered and new, well-flowing information (Gu-Qi = food energy) is created. The result is very harmonious “informed“ water. The aim is to provide people and those around them (family, pets, plants, etc.) with living, energetic water in their own homes and for every source of water within them.
Each person consumes an average of 150 litres of water per day in a normal household (Swiss average: 142 l/E*d ). This guide value is the basis for calculating the required number of converters per household.
The vitalwater converter is suitable for vitalising running water and is attached to the central main water pipe. A pair of converters can vitalise 1000 l per day (daily requirement of house holds up to 6 people). If you use more water, please place the converters behind or next to each other (not on top of each other) directly on the pipe. If a filter system is installed, the converter must be installed in the water course after the filter. The converter must not be cut off or otherwise deformed. Protect from heat above 50° C. The converter is not waterproof (but is splashproof).
Testing evidence and measurements
The Emoto Hado Life laboratory carried out an energymeasurement using the converter and water. Neutral water (see below, osmosis water) in a glass was vitalised for one hour with the converter. The result after one hour is absolutely astonishing and shows the wonderful changes that the i-like converter is able to achieve.
Osmosis water was vitalised with the converter technology from i-like. The results are amazing!
|Before being applied, without converter.
||After an hour with converter.|
Although the two images on the right and left are made up of chemically identical substances, the change in information with the converters can be clearly seen.