In 2018, access to clean water should be a given. It's not. Over 2.1
billion people live without safely managed water services. Meanwhile,
contaminated water continues to transmit diseases - diarrhea, cholera,
dysentery, typhoid, and polio.
What if you could easily determine whether your drinking water was safe? Now you can. A small device called "TestDrop" by Lishtot analyzes the electric field around water and instantly determines if it is safe to drink.
The technology is based on the electromagnetic fields that surround all things. Water creates its own local field. Clean water emits a slightly different field than water with lead, chlorine, E. coli or other contaminants. Lishtot, having determined what high-quality water looks like, uses sensors to detect distortions created by contaminants like bacteria, organics, heavy metals, pesticides, and toxins.
Though incredibly sensitive to anything that isn't supposed to be in water, including soap or saliva, the Lishtot technology is not disrupted by the presence of compounds commonly found in clean water, such as soil, salt or magnesium.
Results from the "TestDrop" are immediate and come with a recommendation on whether or not to drink the water. Multiple testing by third-party groups and independent testing bodies confirm the accuracy and precision behind Lishtot's technology.
Having the ability to check whether or not your water is clean will not solve the world's water problem, but it is a step in the right direction.
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