Learning from Mother Nature

Mother nature is never wasteful. Optimal use of resources is crucial. This is highly efficient and clean at the same time.

Alternatives to Chemicals

At PaSta AG and SilverSan AG we embrace this concept. Rather than relying on more and more aggressive chemicals, we harness the potential of readily available and eco-friendly alternatives. In order to stay naturally clean, water requires pure oxygen activated by an enzyme. Practically all oxygen-based respiration processes in nature rely on this fundamental process. All organic substances are basically being „burnt cold“ during this process. And everything is clean again in the end. The energy released during this respiration process can be used in an effective manner.


Enzymes are biocatalysts which provide the energized electrons necessary for respiration. At PaSta AG we are replacing enzymes with OxyCat® emulating nature’s very own self-purification process.

OxyCat® (here Fabric) replaces enzyme

With the help of these energized electrons we are able to prevent contamination with dissolved oxygen alone. In highly contaminated water, use of chlorine, ozone etc. may be reduced by as much as 90 %.

Our Patent: EPC-Technology

With our PaSta AG patented EPC technology (Electrically Pulsed Catalysis) electrical currents can directly be used as disinfectants. Required voltage is between 1 – 2 V. Thus, direct use of photovoltaic and fuel cells without converters is made possible.

This technology offers an enhancement of traditional disinfection methods. Applying higher voltage to the catalyst will significantly improve its performance, i.e. its disinfectant effect.

Facts and Figures

  • Significant reduction of chemical consumption
  • Use of natural oxygen instead of chlorine, ozone etc.
  • Disinfection using electric currents from eco-friendly sources like photovoltaic and solar hydrogen
  • Status end of 2019: proof of concept, patent filed
  • Current: implementation; pilot facility
  • Marketing: looking for partners in electrical and environmental engineering
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