VIO Wave glass is made from a deep violet-colored glass that is almost opaque. The primary mechanism that enables VIO Wave glass to preserve substances is its unique ability to block the harmful spectrum of light while allowing beneficial light to pass through.
Regular light can degrade the quality of many substances through photo-oxidation, a process where light exposure leads to chemical changes that can degrade the quality of various substances.
The science behind VIO Wave lies in its unique ability to control the effects of light on stored substances, helping to maintain their freshness, potency, and vitality. By harnessing the power of certain light wavelengths while blocking others, it offers a unique and highly effective method of substance preservation.
VIO Wave glass blocks almost all visible light, except for the violet, ultraviolet, and infrared spectrum. The light in this range is often referred to as 'VIO Light', a term that represents violet, infrared, and ultraviolet light.
UV light can kill microbes, which helps in preserving substances and making them last longer. This is especially important in food storage where microbial growth can be a significant concern.
Infrared light has the ability to gently raise the temperature of the substance it penetrates, facilitating longer preservation periods. Additionally, the resonant frequencies associated with infrared light have been shown to provide subtle energizing effects on organic and inorganic matter.
Violet Light has the highest energy in the visible spectrum. It helps to energize the substances stored within and, when combined with the infrared and UV spectrum, creates a nurturing environment that maintains the bio-energy of substances, therefore preserving their original qualities for a longer time.