Johann Grander is the ambassador of revitalised water. It symbolizes respect for creation, modesty and unconventional thinking.
His life, his discovery but also the experiences of users and the science behind revitalized water are popular topics of TV documentaries and reports.
Enjoy watching the films surrounding the topic of water and Johann Grander.
Mrs. Signe Reisch is not only the president of Kitzbühel Tourism, but also a hostess of passion. Since 1974, she and her family have been running the Hotel Rasmushof in Kitzbuehel directly at the Hahnenkamm. Since the beginning she has been focusing on the GRANDER® Water Revitalization.
Many people are familiar with GRANDER® water revitalisation in private homes and apartments. How and why water revitalisation is becoming more and more popular for its industrial use can be seen in the film "Crystal Clear Water for the Industry" through the international companies using it.
For more than eight years the GRANDER® water revitalization technology has been in use at the production facility in Ahaus / North Rhine-Westphalia. Before the use of GRANDER® there were always failures: the cooling units were stalled, the heat exchangers clogged, the pumps had failures due to impurities.
The country inn PAULUS in Nonnweiler is a special kind of hotel. Atmosphere, ambience, freshness and enjoyment are wonderfully united - the "creative designers" behind this concept are Thomas A. Nickels and Sigrune Essenpreis, for whom GRANDER® plays an important role in their concept...
Johann Grander was honoured several times for his service and his life work. Among others he was decorated with the "Silver Award of the Russian Academy of Natural Science", that 200 Nobel prize winners belong to, and the "Honourary Cross for Science and Art" from the Republic of Austria.
The film production "The Waterman from Tyrol" shows the life of Johann Grander. With a lot of wisdom, humor and self-irony Grander talks about his discover and his approach to nature. Friends and enthusiastic uses of GRANDER® water, as well as Hansi Hinterseer and the Archbishop of Salzburg, Alois Kothgasser, also put in their two-cents-worth.