Caason Group has entered a commercial relationship with Kiko Technology Limited, a pioneering Hong Kong technology company that energises normal water by adopting proprietary aerospace techniques. The products are easy to use and made in Japan. Caason intends to install Kiko products on Aileron Pastoral Holdings (4000sqkm NT cattle station) to improve water quality for livestock consumption and to increase crop yields.
Craig Astill, Caason Group MD and CEO, said: “We’ll look to place Kiko products in our dams and troughs on Aileron to dramatically improve water quality. Our expectation will be improvement in livestock condition and weight. For our cropping efforts, we’ll be looking for increased yields, nutritional values and product shelf life.”
Kiko Technology has created a Kinetic Energy Delivery System for water, coined “KEDS”. The patent holder has a 10 year track record of proven applications including agriculture, aquaculture, animal agriculture, soils and more. The technology allows normal water to increase its kinetic energy, which in turn triggers a rapid hydrogen molecule activation as well as a lowering of surface tension plus a rapid absorption of infrared energy. The net results produce startling proven results. Today’s surface water simply vibrates slower than it should due to a variety of reasons such as atmospheric insulation. KEDS is delivered quite simply through natural volcanic stones which are charged under a proprietary know-how in Japan and the results are dramatically enhanced water quality.