Structure & proven effects of GRANDER Water Revitalization
How are GRANDER Water Revitalization devices constructed?
GRANDER water revitalization devices consist of a highly revitalized water core in a weakly magnetized metal housing. The water for the core comes from the Stephanie spring of the copper mine in Jochberg and is produced by means of a generator developed by Johann Grander.
Are the effects of GRANDER Water Revitalization proven?
Yes, in 2016 and 2021, two scientific studies on the topic of "magnetic water treatment" and the effect on microorganisms - using GRANDER water revitalization devices - were conducted in cooperation with European universities and published peer reviewed in scientific journals.
Which GRANDER effects have been scientifically confirmed?
The following statements are empirically proven and confirmed in these reviewed studies:
Study 1 from 2016 proves that the use of GRANDER water revitalization devices, reduces the formation of settling lime crystals. Instead, dollops (= precursor of lime crystals) form and are dissolved in the water and rinsed out.
Study 2 from 2021 proves:
1. "It is scientifically proven that the GRANDER Energy Rod Double positively influences the naturally occurring bacteria in the water."
2. "The GRANDER Energy Rod creates a kind of pro-biotic effect in the water."
3. "It has been shown that the GRANDER Energy Rod increases the number of desirable, naturally occurring bacteria in the water."
4. "The authors see great potential in the GRANDER Energy Rod Double water core magnet as an alternative tool for microbial management of drinking water supply chains and for biological stabilization of drinking water."
"Strong gradients in weak magnetic fields induce DOLLOP formation in tap water"
By: Martina Sammer, Cees Kamp, Astrid H. Paulitsch-Fuchs, Adam D. Wexler, Cees J. N. Buisman, and Elmar C. Fuchs
Published: March 2016
Status: peer reviewed
Link to Journal: https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/8/3/79
"Investigating the effect of sustained magnetic treatment on microbiological communities in drinking water"
By: Xiaoxia Liu, Bernhard Pollner, Astrid H. Paulitsch-Fuchs, Elmar C. Fuchs, Nigel P. Dyer, Willibald Loiskandl, Cornelia Lass-Flörl
Published: October 2022
Journal: Environmental Research
Status: peer reviewed
Link to Journal: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0013935122009653?via%3Dihub