In developing countries throughout the world access to clean water is a game changer. You can change the game for these communities by adopting a Life Giving Unit with just $99.95AUD.
How does it work? It's easy as 1, 2, 3: 1. Adopt one of our 'Life Giving Units' below. 2. We will send you confirmation + a thank you card to print. 3. We install on our next trip! And you provide enough clean water for 100 people per day. If maintained properly (as we train the communities), your Life Giving Unit will last for many, many years.
Highest Filtration Rates Available At 0.1 micron absolute, it is impossible for any bacteria, protozoa or cysts to pass through the filter. Other filters at .02 micron absolute, it is impossible for viruses in addition to bacteria, protozoa and cysts to pass through the purifier. These are true barrier filters.
Extremely Cost Efficient One filtration system could provide clean water for a small village of 100 people each and every day.
Fast Flow Since there is such a high flow rate, this eliminates the need to store water which reduces the chances of water being contaminated after it is filtered. The only external force required for the system to function is GRAVITY. The flow rate of a filter is determined by a combination of: - Head pressure (The distance from the top of the water to the filter) - Altitude (The higher the altitude, the slower the flow rate) - How clean the filter is
Long Lasting Maintenance of this filter is very simple. When the filter starts to slow down or clog, simply back wash it with clean water using the syringe provided in the kit. Since the filters can continuously be back-washed and re-used, they have an extremely long life expectancy. The ease of operating this system makes it self-sustainable and dependable. Multiple Applications These filters and purifiers make water so clean and accessible that people will not only use the filtered/purified water for drinking, but also for cleaning, bathing, cooking, watering plants and more.
Natural Disasters The bucket system is essential for aid in natural disasters. This system would eliminate the need to ship bottled water.