800-454-7596Info@G7Water.com CHANGING WATER ONE DROP AT A TIME FOR HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT.
By using the vG7 water you will “reform and structure” the water you use and make it healthier, more sustainable and return natures natural energies.  This will reduce microbe growth and illness.  The water will clean better by dissolving grease and oil more efficiently, and allow plants to grow bigger and produce more.

OSAKA PREFECTURE UNIVERSITY – WATRAI, PHD

MICRO-ORGANISM REACTIONS FROM vG7 WATER

(ORP) Oxidation Reduction Potential – This is where the MV is read.  The greater the number the better the environment for pathogenic bacterial growth.  Most tap water has a base MV of 650 to 700MV.  After 24 hours of passing through the catalyst the water has a 210MV reading and after 72 hours it is only 260MV. This low ORP increases the “good”, beneficial lactic acid bacteria to expand and grow.  This shows that the “bad”, illness causing bacteria like e. coli, s. aureus (MRSA), legionella pneumophila, norovirus, c-diff, s. enteritidis, and more will have a difficult time surviving in this aerobic cellular environment.  The increase of lactic acid allows the system to reduce the internal pH over time exposure by 1.27 points.  (Base of 5.97 to a new point of 4.09).

The vG7 increases the dissolved hydrogen and dissolved oxygen in the water and can provide a positive benefit to the user.  This also leads to an increase in surfactant potency (the cell structure of water and minerals) and Ionization benefits.  These allow for a smaller molecule that can penetrate more easily and allow for greater retention in the cell.  This in turn can allow the cell to purge and remove toxins more easily.

(see The Wetter Water Report, Flanagan below)

Escherichia coil

Tap Water
vG7

Salmonella enterritidis

Tap Water
vG7

Staphylococcus aureus

Tap Water
vG7

Legionella pneumophila

Tap Water
vG7

vG7 WATER CATALYST FLOW ESTIMATES

  • vG7 / 171 single core ½ to 7/8 inch 60 gph / 5 gal per minute + -
  • vG7 / 333 double core 1.25 inch 600 gph / 10 to 12 gpm + -
  • vG7 / 7-core model (40A=1.5” & 50A=2” caliber):    less than 6,000 liters (about 1,500 gallons) per hour. 25 gpm
  • vG7 / 19-core model (65A=2.5” caliber): less than 20,000 liters (about 5,000 gallons) per hour. 83 gpm
  • vG7 / 37-core model (100A=4” caliber): less than 40,000 liters (about 10,000 gallons) per hour. 166 gpm
  • vG7 / 61-core model (150A=6” caliber): less than 100,000 liters (about 25,000 gallons) per hour. 1650gpm
  • vG7 / 91-core model (250A=10”caliber): more than 100,000 liters (about 25,000 gallons) gph . 1,650 gpm
6m3 = 6,000 liters. 6,000 liters divided by 3.785 liters / gallon is approximately 1,585 gallons.  That is why we say “less than 6,000 liters (about 1,500 gallons) per hour” for the conversion difference. The water flow rate right after passing through the vG7 units is 1:1 or very close to.  (However, after the water is stored in a tank for many hours, it would be a little bit less volume because we do not recognize the molecular change of the H2 and O2 gases that are released into the air atmosphere.)