People are increasingly concerned about contamination from fallout after a nuclear disaster such as what occurred in Fukashima, Japan. When ground water is contaminated by nuclear elements, the availability of safe drinking water becomes a real concern.
18 countries around the world have 436 nuclear reactors. Any of these reactors could experience a melt-down like that which happened in Fukushima. That fallout can spread well beyond the original source and respects no borders.
Now there is a radiological water filter system can provide safe drinking water under these circumstances and can help people be secure in the event of a nuclear disaster her in the United States or elsewhere. The water filtration system has been specifically designed to filter out nuclear contamination in drinking water supplies. The system has been tested using EPA protocols and tested to NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53 Broward Testing Labs.
This emergency water filter system comes in a portable 28 oz. water bottle, a compact drinking straw, and a pump filter system for groups. Each product is designed using the a unique radiological filter system developed by long time experts in water filtration. Each is suited to various scenarios in which one may have evacuated or may need to shelter-in-place.
How does it work? This new filter removes the four basic zones of contamination: Aesthetic (Chlorine, taste and odor), Chemicals (from Industry and Agriculture), Dissolved Solids (heavy metals such as lead, mercury, Chromium 6) and up to 99.99% of Radiological Contaminants such as Gross Beta, Radon 222, Radium 226, Plutonium, Uranium, Cesium 137 and Radioactive Iodine 131.
The filter is designed with a hard shell that is formed to exact or 2 micron absolute porosity. The filter is impregnated with various proprietary media that have the ability to remove, absorb, adsorb, chemically bond and chelate different contaminants as they pass through the tortuous path designed in the filter. The basic media in the filter is a proprietary powder activated coconut carbon that has a surface phenomenon that causes a molecular attraction of substances to the surface of the filter. The rate or volume of adsorption or removal of toxic chemicals, radioactive contaminates and heavy metals is caused by the specific volume of medias used, their quality, and the flow rate of water passing through the filter.
Prepare now. A nuclear disaster is a very real threat that can affect any of us no matter where we live. Despite advanced safety systems, no nuclear power plant is 100% safe from every possible disaster scenario.
Now is the time to consider your water filtration needs in the case of a nuclear accident or disaster. These radiological filters are one of the solutions that may help you be secure in such an emergency scenario.
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