WIT Technology Used to Manufacture Watt-Ahh Receives U.S. Patent

SARASOTA, Fla.– AquaNew, LLC received the first license to use WIT Technology in its manufacturing of Polarized Water under the brand name of Watt-Ahh. Last month, WIT Technology received its first U.S. Patent.

Dioxytetrahydride Gas (the fifth state of water) is the core of the WIT Technology used by AquaNew to make the Polarized Water.

Inventor and CEO, Rob Gourley said: “Dioxytetrahydride Gas infused into ultra-pure water has already proved to be a great ingredient for both Watt-Ahh and other licensed products. The recent patent recognizes the novelty of the results from both medical laboratory and university research that the treated Polarized Water also stabilizes and emulsifies peroxides, chlorides, alcohols and oils … for years.”

Gourley continued: “The licensed applications for the WIT Technology are endless, such as healthier functional beverages, eye solutions, cooling towers, sanitizers, “greener” cleansers, and even nano-dosage delivery systems that are more complementary in treating ailments of the human body.”

Watt-Ahh is stable crystalline-like water that delivers active hydrogen and oxygen to the body even when customers enjoy sipping out of an uncapped bottle over a span of several days. Sales of Watt-Ahh bottled water have more than doubled this year. Watt-Ahh has an “Amazon Choice” designation.

About AquaNew, LLC

AquaNew holds the worldwide exclusive license on the WIT Technology to manufacture Polarized Water. The first bottled water product, Watt-Ahh was launched in the commercial market in November of 2007. Two sized bottles (one-liter and 16.9 oz.) are available. The Polarized Water is also a key ingredient in a variety of consumable products manufactured by other companies.

About WIT International, LLC

WIT provides oversight in research and licensing for LSG Partners, LLC, sole owner of the intellectual property of WIT Technology. Rob Gourley is CEO of WIT, LSG Partners and AquaNew, and is the inventor of the both the WIT Machines and the formulation for Watt-Ahh Polarized Water.