Just read through the dealership pdf. I've read just about everything else by Meyer, but it's the first time I've seen this.
Not to put too much of a damper on things, but it reads very much like his Technical Brief. A few things are clarified, such as what he sees as 'natural water' - which incidentally it seems can be just about any old type of water - but there is still a lot of psuedoscience here. He constantly speaks of the 'electrically charging the water molecule', and saying things like, 'stabilziing the electrical polarity of the water molecule into existence' Huh???
The water molecule is electrically neutral, but how or why he would want to electrically charge the water molecule makes no sense, and as for 'stabilizing the electrical polarity of the water molecule'... well, this is meaningless gibberish. Like much of what Meyer states, it really doesn't mean anything in any real scientific terms whatsoever, which is why so many educated and learned people simply disregarded him.
What does intrigue me, is that at no point does Meyer ever even mention the water molecule ionising or consider the possibility of water ionising in order to produce H and O. He never compares what he claims to be doing with that of the normal ionisation process of standard Faraday electrolysis or at anytime even highlights the differences between what he claims he is achieving and Faraday electrolysis. It's as if ionisation of the water molecule is unknown to him. That said, I've always found Meyer's papers to be unscientific and nonsensical to say the very least.