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Undine P (Powder)

The scope of application:

Extracted from natural plants, Undine A is able to neutralize most of the toxic substances in the water in a short time. Undine P is a long-lasting water treatment agent that can be used for weekly water quality maintenance. Use 500g of Undine P for every 1000 metric tons of water every week.

Product description

 "Organic photocatalyst" is the best description and explanation of Undine. Undine and those harmful substances can be decomposed at the same time in the presence of lighting. It works like a "bomb" to eliminate harmful substances, which is highly effective and leaves no residues.


The "Undine" is extracted from natural plants to remove "free radicals" in water that affect the biological immune system in a short time. In addition, more than 95% removal in nitrite, ammonia, free available residual chlorine and heavy metal ions also can be reached in a very short period of time.


(A test for dissolved oxygen after adding UNDINE A in water)

The data increases rapidly from 4.4PPM to 14.6PPM, and finally reduces to 1.2PPM. At the beginning, dissolved oxygen becomes superoxide free radicals after adding UNDINE. As the oxidizing property in water increases, the data grows rapidly. Afterwards, the superoxide radicals attack the organic matter in water to decompose them and disappear, showing that UNDINE A has a "bomb-like" feature.


UNDINE Detoxification Experiment 1 (Type of Pesticide - Chlorine Compound)


UNDINE Detoxification Experiment 2 (Type of Pesticide - Organic Phosphorus Compound)


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4 characteristics of Undine:

- Works effectively on all kinds of pesticides.

- Extracted from plants

- No harm caused to plants during the extraction

- Can be decomposed by lighting completely and leave no residues


3 advantages

- Remove pesticide residues

- Adjust the strain in soil ecology 

- Enhance plant disease resistance


What is Free radical?

A normal substance receives environmental stimuli and results in an unstable state. For example: oxygen (O2) transforms into superoxide radicals (O2-) due to the stimulus, which is common free radical in our environment .


Will free radicals cause harm?

Many sceintific journals have indicated that: Free radicals will bring damages to the immune and genetic system in living organisms and the following are the 4 features of free radicals:

- Unknown etiology (unrecognized): Free radicals will weaken the immune system so as to allow living entities getting infections easily. That's why some causes of the death of aquatic organisms are hard to be identified.

- Hereditary: Cause DNA damages and gene mutation, which may lead to the fragile and feebler spawns.

- Degenerative: Indirect injury results in the delay of the death which may lead to wrong judgement.

- Irreparable: Hereditary and immune cells are difficult to repair themselves once they get injury. That is, old ailments come back easily after injury.


Where do free radicals come from?

Free radicals form mainly from the pollution and microorganisms process. Pollution, including air pollution and water pollution, will increase the concentration of environmental free radicals; and free radicals can be produced from microbial decomposition of feed, manure and other organic matters. The longer we keep using the same water, the higher concentration of free radicals will follow, which is the so-called "aging water". The living organisms can not stay healthy while living in a poor environment.


How to deal with free radicals?

Environmental free radicals can be tackcled in three ways in general.

- Change a lot of water: It helps to clear the free radicals to change water and reduce its harmful affects. But need to notice that if the new source of water is clean.

- Clean up the organic matter in the environment

Add free radical neutralizer
Changing water will increase the consumption of natural resources and require extra cost of utility fees.
It will reduce the breeding time while taking longer time for subsoil exposure to sunlight.

Therefore, to reduce the use of natural resources and the time required, the best efficiency of deadling with free radicals can be achieved by adding a free radical neutralize.


The following are the results of research on free radicals and harmful substances reduced by Undine A:

         Figure: ROS of Rain in the city + Undine T (Products that adsorb Undine A on different materials)


Undine A not only has excellent neutralization effect on free radicals, but also has a good elimination effect on toxic substances (amonia, nitrite and residual chlorine) recognized by traditional aquaculture. Add Undine A (concentration 1ppm) to achieve excellent results in less than 5 minutes.



           Figure: Experimental data for removal of nitrite


                     Figure: Clearing experimental data from Armonia


             Figure:Experimental data for removal of residual chlorine


Figure: Compare with other brands (the lighter the color, the better the effect)


Undine A can quickly eliminate toxic substances in water, create an environment in which microalgae grow, and promote the growth of microalgae (with Chlorella as the dominant species). Undine A also provides additional nutrient supply to aquatic organisms and reduces feed costs by 20 to 30%, boosting biological immunity in water.


Figure: Pond A is before Undine A; Pond B is after Undine A



 Figure: UNDINE ingredients do not contain antibiotics and toxic substances.

Figure: UNDINE ingredients have no pesticide residues.