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Kiko Technology

Discover the wonders of energized water

Kiko technology breaks the surface tension between large molecular ‘clusters’ into a nano-molecular state which makes hard water ‘softer’.

  • Water is softened not by removing the minerals that contribute to scale or by adding chemical substances, but by breaking up the physical, molecular bonds
  • When water and mineral particles are separated by surface tension as on the right, uptake or absorption qualities improve. Living matter absorbs water more efficiently.

Agricultural applications

When Kiko technologies are applied to irrigation water, crop value is significantly increased through enhanced yield and harvest quality. Trials in Thailand have shown rice yields increased by 33% and the broken grain count decreased by 40%. Kiko technology can be applied to any crop to increase yield and decrease fertilizer costs, reducing negative environmental impacts, and alleviating pressure on global food shortages.

Application for HVAC Systems

When Kiko treated water is used in cooling towers and compression systems. Scale and rust build-up are significantly reduced. Applicable sites include casinos, shopping malls and high rise residential/commercial buildings. Sites in Macau and Hong Kong have shown a 5-15% reduction in overall electricity cost due to the enhanced air conditioner performance These financial savings directly correspond to reduced emissions and a healthier environment.

Kiko technology can be applied to any water source or function. These are just a few applications, but the possibilities are endless. From beauty products and health drinks to industrial plants and farming, Kiko is the future of water.

Contact us: info@starsf.org

Tap Water

The molecular minerals and other substances that contribute to hard water occur in giant 'clusters' as above.

Kiko Water
(Tap water + Filter)

Kiko Technology separates the components and reduces water into nano-molecular 'clusters'.

KEY: Different molescules
in water