AntiBio’s commitment to continuing R&D Programs will ensure that it remains at the forefront of water treatment technology.

Scientific Studies Image of Doctor Helen Stratton

In May 1999, AntiBio engaged the services of Griffith University to undertake research into the effects of the AntiBio System.  The laboratory is headed by Dr Helen Stratton B Appl Sc (Hons) PhD.  Results have been so impressive that the Australian Federal Government awarded AntiBio the AusIndustry R&D START Grant and the Australian Research Council awarded the SPIRT Grant for research into Biofilm build-up in pipes.  This assistance will be utilised to intensify research and provide water treatment solutions around the world.

Resource Downloads

Cryptosporidium Tests Data

Griffith University June 2002 - Final report on Ausindustry start project

Summary of thesis being completed at Griffith University

“Sweeping Sound Frequencies” – establishing and maintaining water quality.

Biofilm Letter Griffith University August 2009

Product Compliance Documents

Sweeping Sound Frequencies Zap Bugs – A Novel Way To Establish And Maintain Water Quality