13 November 2012

Nigeria: VLS Introduces Hi-Tech Water Purification Device

An ultramodern water purification and storage device called "Acqua 1" that utilises the "Biological Solar Technology" is now available in Nigeria, courtesy Value Life Sciences, VLS.

According to Chairman VLS, Mr Alfred Spinnler, the introduction of the device to provide good quality water is backed by the company's drive to add value to lives of Nigerians in totality through scientific approaches and proven technologies.

The high-tech approach which guarantees up to 30 percent improvement over conventional water purification methods is quite easy to use.

"Simply stick Acqua 1 on a transparent glass container or PET bottle with the inscription acqua1.com visible. Fill water into the container and expose to daylight, not necessarily direct sunlight.

"Approximately 30 minutes afterwards, air bubbles begin to form on the walls of the container indication the beginning of the purification process. One chip purifies 10 litres of water in 30 minutes. Larger volumes require correspondingly higher number of units."

Arguing that better quality water would guarantee better health in the country, Spinnler said most disease conditions as well as newborn deaths recorded in the country were treaceable to infections.

It was gathered that the solar technology which is backed by years of research is based on a "chip" that consists of the latest scientific knowledge which allows water to regain its original cluster structures.

"Acqua 1 does not kill virus or bacteria, but helps restore the basic structure of water molecules to correspond to natural water quality while increasing the oxygen content," he stressed.

Also, the minerals become more easily available for absorption.

He said VLS is in the process of introducing more consumer friendly products into the country.

"We will be offering Nigerians useful information and solutions in our core areas of specialisation, using innovative technologies, affordable quality for money and tailor-made products for the Nigerian environment based on long-term practical experience," Spinnler noted.

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