Inventor and water-treatment expert Michael Pritchard, watched the devastating 2004 Asian tsunami and hurricane Katrina in 2005 leave many without clean drinking water in the wake of horrific natural disasters, leading him to develop the Lifesaver bottle.
The Lifesaver bottle is a self-contained system that does not require the use of chemicals or tablets to be added to the water, and instead uses a nano-filtration membrane so thorough it can block viruses, bacteria, parasites and microbial pathogens that filters water in seconds.
This revolutionary water-filtration method could drastically reduce the tragedies suffered from a lack of access to clean water. Lifesaver bottles can clean up to 6,000 liters of water per filter. The traditional method of shipping clean water to disaster areas is not only extremely expensive, but has been scrutinized for taking too long, leading to a tragic loss of lives. These bottles can also provide a source of clean water for the many areas of the world that are in need of clean water to drink, as well as aid soldiers and marines.
For more information about the Lifesaver bottle, visit www.lifesaversystems.com