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The ceramic EM consists of clay fermented with EM microorganisms and baked at a very high temperature.
The cooking process does not detract from the informative power. As a result, the many characteristics and information of micro-organisms are preserved forever in clay. This explains the long lasting action of the ceramic EM. Upon contact with water, the information (frequencies) of the ceramic EM will be transmitted to the water. The water clusters are decreased, which reduces limestone deposits.
The quality of the water improves and it remains cooler.
For large volumes: 1 kg / 1000 liters of water. For larger constant volumes of water (ponds, swimming pools, etc.), 1 to 2 kg of ceramic EM are counted per 10 m³ (10,000 liters) of water volume.