"Vitold Bakhir Electrochemical Systems and Technologies Institute"
Vitold Bakhir Electrochemical Systems and Technologies Institute is the leader in development, making and application of original electrochemical systems and technologies.
The Institute was founded by authors of scientific and technical direction called as "electrochemical activation" known also by terms "live water", "dead water", "catholyte", "anolyte", "electrochemically activated water" etc. Institute’s portfolio contains more than 500 inventions in the field of electrochemical systems and technologies created by Vitold Bakhir and his colleagues and patented in many countries. The first invention application in the field of electrochemical activation submitted by Vitold Bakhir and his colleagues is dated by April 22, 1974.
Main activities of Vitold Bakhir Institute:
- CREATION of new electrochemical systems and technologies for various purposes under usage of original flow-through electrochemical modular elements FEM-3, FEM-7, FEM-8 and its more universal and perfect analogues – MB-11 and MB-26 and others.
- TEACHING the basics of theory and practice of electrochemically activated solutions production and application followed by registration in the Register of the Institute of companies and natural persons interested in cooperation and development of ECA technology.
- DEVELOPMENT and PRODUCTION of pilot electrochemical systems (devices, apparatus, fixtures) at all stages from laboratory, commercial prototype stage to industrial model and its technical support and backup on customers site.
- ADVANCEMENT of electrochemical activation technology into all fields of human activity by informational and scientific and technical support of companies and natural persons registered in the Institute and controlling of ECA advancement at places.