Johann Grander - The Inventor 

  "I was led to water and that’s why I am so grateful that the discovery of water revitalisation was allowed to succeed." (Johann Grander)

Johann Grander is the discoverer of the water revitalisation. He was neither a scholar nor a scientist, but rather a simple, modest man, who grew up in the Tyrolean mountains, started a family and worked very hard.  At the age of 49 he gave up his job to follow his calling and to dedicate himself to his experiments.

 
 
 They soon led him to the topic that changed his entire life and that of his family's as well, namely: Water.

Today the revitalized "GRANDER® Water" accompanies hundreds of thousands for users around the globe and they wouldn't want to do without it.

The GRANDER® water revitalisation is successfully implemented in many areas around the world - from households, to swimming pools, ponds, hotels, wellness and agricultural uses as well as in industry plants.

Johann Grander coined a new understanding of water more than 30 years ago, which is followed by millions of people today:

 

Johann Granders Honours and Awards

Johann Grander has been presented with awards and honored for his service and life work.

As the first and only Austrian, Johann Grander was awarded  the Silver Honorary Award by the Russian Academy of Natural Science, whose members include 200 Nobel Prize winners.  Numerous well-known and respected scientific institutes have intensively studied the GRANDER® water revitalisation for several years and have come to the conclusion:

By means of the GRANDER® method it is possible to strengthen the energy and information properties of the water and thereby make the water biologically more valuable.  Johann Grander's discovery demands further development from science and ecology through the new knowledge about the structure of water and is of great importance for science.

In Austria Johann Grander was recognized for his life work - the discovery of the water revitalisation process - with the "Honorary Cross for Science and Art" of the Republic Austria.