How it works

The potable water supplied to us is electron deficient and not in optimum states of equilibrium. In accordance with the electronegativities of chemical elements and the oxidation potentials of the elements listed in the Electronegativity Scale and the Electromotive Series, respectively, the Catalytic alloy conditioner provides electrons to the water solution in a catalytic manner to reduce electron deficiencies in the water. This enables electrochemical changes to occur that:

  1. (1) Inhibit scale and corrosion formation,
  2. (2) Dissolve existing scale and corrosion,
  3. (3) Increase the wetness and cleaning power of water,
  4. (4) Decrease the gaseous content of water,
  5. (5) Break down and leach away excessive salts from soil, and
  6. (6) Inhibit algae, fungus and mildew growth.

Because of the bipolar (cathodic and anodic) nature of all formed metals, the conditioner also removes electrons from some negative ions. However, the conditioner provides for a significant net increase of electrons for the ions and colloids in the water solution, resulting in:

  1. (1) Inhibition of undesirable oxidation reaction,
  2. (2) An increase of beneficial reduction reactions, and
  3. (3) Keeping / putting of scale binding particles and rust / corrosion particles in colloidal suspension by providing them with negative charges.


Water heater element with calcium build-up.


Water heater element after six days recirculating.

For a more in-depth discussion of the operation of the Panther Water Stabilizer, please see the Technical Information page.

E-mail Kevin Coleman at kcoleman3@austin.rr.com