Portable Unit – Garden UnitShower UnitSink UnitWhole House Unit – Commercial Unit


How To Use Your Portable Unit

Option #1 - Portable UnitThe Portable Unit is a wonderful unit for increasing the energy, improving
flavor and taste, and neutralizing the toxins of any liquid or beverage.

Simply pour the liquid through the funnel end of the unit into a glass or
container. Passing a liquid through the unit additional times
(up to 6 times) increases the levels of energy to optimal levels.
Flavor and taste improvements often occur with “multiple pass”
through the structuring unit.

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How To Use Your Garden Unit:

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  1. The Garden Unit may be threaded easily onto a standard garden faucet and a standard garden hose.
  2. Thread top (female end) of garden unit onto the faucet.
  3. Thread standard garden hose to the bottom of the Garden Unit.
  4. Be sure to tighten sufficiently to avoid leakage.
  5. Turn on the water and ENJOY!

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How to Install Your Shower Unit


How to Install Your Sink Unit

http://nati.hyperionclients.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Under-the-Sink-Installation-Instructions-2013.pdf


How to Install Your Whole House Unit

For Detailed Instructions Here Are Some Resources:


How to Install Your Commercial Unit

Commercial Unit – with Push Fit Connectors for Copper, PEX, & CPVC
For 1 1/4″ pipe only. NOT available in 1 1/2″ or 2″
Commercial Copper, PEX, CPVC, Pipe Installation Instructions (PDF format)

Commercial Unit – Adaptable/National Pipe Thread with Unions
For Adapting to Various Installation Situations for 1 1/4″, 1 1/2″, and 2″ pipe.
Commercial NPT Adaptable with Unions Installation Instructions(PDF format)

Commercial Unit – for PVC Pipe:
For 1 1/4″, 1 1/2″, and 2″ pipe.
Commercial PVC Pipe Installation Instructions (PDF format)

Commercial Unit – for Galvanized Pipe:
For 1 1/4″, 1 1/2″, and 2″ pipe.
Commercial Galvanized Pipe Installation Instructions (PDF format)

PDF Instructions for measuring your pipe before you place your order.
How To Measure Your Pipe

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