Plasma Activated Water production

Plasma Activated Water can be produced in a specialized plasma reactor. In the reactor the ambient air is split into reactive oxygen and reactive nitrogen by an accurate controlled plasma. These reactive elements are dissolved in the water creating unique disinfecting and sterilizing properties.

Extensive research performed by the Wageningen University and Research centre (WUR) confirmed that Plasma Activated Water is suitable as an alternative for chemical pesticides.

Cradle to Cradle

Plasma Activated Water is formed out of water, air and electricity. This process is performed by nature during a thunderstorm. The unique properties of Plasma Activated Water is reduced over time and the reactive elements fall back to its original states: air and water.



How to run lightning through water in controlled conditions: a plasma-activated water-making machine.
by Lucas Laursen

Why an environmental chemist in Holland is betting that both farming and hospitals might be improved with the use of a fancy form of water.

Something funny happens to water when you spray it through an electrical field: The water can now fight microbes. (Or something in the water can.) Plasma-activated water (PAW) is a fascinating substance that scientists around the world are looking at, in a fast-developing field that’s testing a broad range of uses. Dutch environmental chemist Paul Leenders (TEDxArnhem talk: Plasma-activated water: Nature’s answer to chemical pesticides) hopes to harness PAW to fight microbes in hospitals and on farms. Here’s how it works. more on IDEAS.TED.COM