Discovering a way to make dirty water drinkable by using a filtered bottle is not only revolutionary but smart and helpful especially to disaster-hit regions.
Michael Pritchard, an Ipswich water treatment businessman, invented a bottle that can make dirty water drinkable in seconds.
The bottle can clean up any water including fecal matter by using a filter that removes anything longer than 15 nanometers. Since conventional filters cut out bacteria only measuring more than 200 nanometers, they are usually not seen as being sufficient in blocking out viruses which are typically 25 nanometers long. Which means, that Mr. Pritchard’s bottle can also filter out viruses without the use of any chemicals.
The military has already caught on to the idea and Michael sold out of his “Life Saver” bottle four hours after launching the product.
Many are excited about the product, as it can distill 4,000-6,000 liters without changing the filter.