Evaporation, transpiration, run-off, soil absorption, which determine how much water will be necessary to maintain the farm will change over time. However, a saving of up to 40% has been evidenced by the farmers in the field utilizing the units. One of the most important reasons for this phenomena is related to the following: H2O molecules link up to others because of the dipole nature of the individual H2O molecules as oxygen is more electronegative (“electron hungry”) than hydrogen, the electrons will spend a greater part of their time orbiting the oxygen atom versus the hydrogen atom. As a result, the dipole is created. The additional negative charges (electrons) in the water (as a result of the electronic unit), reduce the bonding of the oxygen atoms of the H2O molecules and the hydrogen atoms of the adjacent H2O molecules. As a result, there are less hydrogen bonds between the individual H2O molecules.

“Wetter Water” is the result, which in turn results in better cleaning water and better soil-leaching water. The breaking up of the H2O groupings, because of the decrease in hydrogen bonding, enables fertilizers to break up into smaller groupings and interface with the smaller H2O groupings. This results in greatly increased surface area that can come in contact with grease, oil, dirt, and other contaminants in wash water. The surface increases exponentially with a decrease in the size of the groupings. Consequently, fertilizers, mineral supplements, etc. become more efficient and considerably less amounts are required when used with the treated water.