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Lifesaver systems open for direct business in the USA

Posted 17 April 2013 · Add Comment

Lifesaver systems has commenced selling direct into the USA this month with its award-winning and revolutionary bottles and jerrycans.

Brainchild of founder and inventor Michael Pritchard (above), Lifesaver is the world’s first and only portable technology to eradicate all waterborne bacteria and viruses such as cholera, polio and Hepatitis A without the use of chemicals, UV light or the need for power. Lifesaver bottles and jerrycans produce safe, sterile drinking water where you need it, when you need it, making clean water faster than you can drink it.

Ashton Hunt, MD of Lifesaver said: “Bringing our products direct to the US market provides the opportunity to launch our new Disaster Preparedness Packs. These Packs come sealed in military grade protective foil [US MIL-PRF 131K class 1 standard] and offer a 15 year shelf life that means they can be stored in preparation for hurricanes, earthquakes and other natural disasters. The packs offer resilience for individuals and families by providing clean, sterile drinking water when the need occurs and under extreme circumstances. When disaster strikes, simply open up your pack to fill, pump and drink.”

ISO 9001 certified, Lifesaver systems is a company with unique technology and global reach serving four main markets: humanitarian, emergency preparedness, military and retail. With many global military customers, the Lifesaver bottle and jerrycan are proven military kit, in-service across Europe, South Asia and the Middle East. In the Humanitarian market, Lifesaver works closely with Oxfam, The Red Cross, Shelternow and Medicine Sans Frontiers, as well as being part of the UK Rapid Response Facility for short notice deployment with the UK Department for International Development (DFID).

Lifesaver  award-winning internationally patented technology is currently being used in a world first in Borneo, Eastern Malaysia; working directly with the Malaysian Government to install their latest high tech nano-filtration invention, the Lifesaver M1. By the end of this year, Lifesaver technology will have lifted one million Malaysians out of water poverty; permanently.
 

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