Learning from nature, Infinite Water has developed the HYDROXON™ process 

Through over a decade of work and learning from nature, Infinite Water has developed a technology that is based on the oxidation of biological processes within the human body;  making the process (like nature) extremely efficient.

The key advantages provided by Infinite Water systems:


  • Comply with the most demanding disinfection standards in the world.
  • Provide the highest level of water decontamination from pollutants.
  • Effective removal of heavy metals.
  • Maintain essential minerals in the water for optimal health.
  • Manufactured using the finest available materials and components in the world.


  • Occupy up to 4 times less space.
  • Modular, scalable design with small number of sub-assemblies.
  • Smart connected technology – allowing for remote management of system operation, service, maintenance and water quality.
  • Minimal requirement for servicing and maintenance.
  • Can be integrated with conventional technologies (such as reverse osmosis) to optimise efficiency and minimise costs.


  • Consume up to 5 times less power.
  • Use up to 70% less chemicals.
  • Cost up to 40% less than conventional systems.
  • Overall cost of treated water is up to 10 times less.
  • Have over 95% water recovery leading to minimal water wastage and waste water management.

Process Reliability

  • Provide complete destruction of pollutants ensuring that they are not released back into the environment.
  • Fully automated operation – guaranteeing reliability and robustness.
  • Automatic handling of fluctuating flow rates.
  • Automatic handling of fluctuating compositions.
  • Self recovery from faults.

Infinite Water’s processes are exceptionally well integrated.  The following diagram illustrates the HYDROXON™ process:


The core technology utilised by Infinite Water is in the category of non-ozone based, Catalytic Advanced Oxidation (CAO).  Catalytic Advanced Oxidation (CAO) is a subclass of Advanced Oxidation (AO) processes where it produces hydroxyl radicals via a catalytic process. AO processes rely on in-situ production of highly reactive hydroxyl radicals (·OH).

These reactive species are the strongest oxidants that can be applied in water and can virtually oxidize any compound present in the water matrix, often at a diffusion controlled reaction speed. Consequently, ·OH reacts unselectively once formed and contaminants will be quickly and efficiently fragmented and converted into small inorganic molecules.

Traditional Advanced Oxidation (AO) holds several advantages that are unparalleled in the field of water treatment, including elimination of organic compounds in the aqueous phase, rather than collecting or transferring pollutants into another phase.

Advanced oxidation (AO) processes are also particularly appropriate for effluents containing refractory (difficult to breakdown e.g. pesticides), toxic or non-biodegradable materials and heavy metals.

Historically however, CAO and AO processes have had higher capital and operational costs than biological (e.g. Membrane Bioreactors) or physical (e.g. Ozone Oxidation) systems.  Hence, the complexity of the equipment, high capital cost and high energy usage had limited potential applications.

Infinite Water has overcome these drawbacks through its innovative HYDROXON™ process. The Infinite Water HYDROXON™ process utilises specific filtration and catalytic advanced oxidation reactors  to produce arguably the most capable, cost effective, reliable and energy efficient water treatment systems in the world.