Hydreva’s amazing water quality improvements rely on two primary factors:

  • A precise and complex vortexing dynamic established within the inner chamber of the unit, which both raises the energetic state of the water (an “implosion effect”) and erases negative patterns that can be stored in water’s molecular structure and cluster geometry
  • Embedding of specific frequencies related to ideal water cluster geometries and enhanced molecule bonds

The first of these factors is sensitive to the pressure at which water flows through your Hydreva®, the ideal pressure range being 40-60PSI.  Units will withstand pressures of 100PSI and greater without damage.  However, a loss of “water magic” quality improvements results as pressure drops below 40PSI or is above 60PSI.  For example, at 30PSI or 70PSI, there’s about a 10% loss in overall water quality improvements.

Because Hydreva’s water quality improvements are so dramatic, it’s still very worthwhile to install units in most situations outside the ideal pressure range.  But, especially if you’ll be installing your Hydreva in a residential water line, it’s worth investing in a pressure regulator if you don’t already have one.  Why?  Because municipal water districts tend to over-pressurize lines coming into homes so they know they can pump water to fire hydrants and etc. even when the pressures are so high they commonly cause leaking pipes.  The solution is simple.  Pressure regulators cost less than $100 and as little as $15.  Here’s a regulator that can be used for Hydreva garden hose installations, for example.

Here’s an excellent information resource on the topic and a video demonstrating adjusting residential water line pressure.  The following graph was adapted from this web page, which provides relative flow rates for the 4 Hydreva® sizes (yellow pressure zone).

residential water line pressure-regulators