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Super-Water kills all them little nasties

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posted on May, 17 2005 @ 12:31 AM
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A company in California has developed a new type of water that can do all sorts of things. From Killing Deadly Superbugs to Disinfecting Wounds and promotic tissue growth in burn victims. It has already been approved in Europe, Canada and Mexico for diverse uses.

Super-Oxyginated water is nothing new, but the shelf life of this new product changes everything. Instead of having a usefull lifespan in the hours as other competing products, this has a lifespan as long as a year.



Developed by Oculus Innovative Sciences in Petaluma, the super-oxygenated water is claimed to be as effective a disinfectant as chlorine bleach, but is harmless to people, animals and plants. If accidentally ingested by a child, the likely impact is a bad case of clean teeth.


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posted on May, 17 2005 @ 12:58 AM
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heeeeey, that's really cool. Sounds like with this new development in production and new lenghts of storage, hospitals can save a lot of money.



posted on May, 17 2005 @ 01:26 AM
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That sounds awesome! I can see this becoming very useful even as an every day product in the household.



posted on May, 17 2005 @ 09:01 AM
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only problem i see is it making things rust.... use a wet air filter system in hospitals similar to a swamp cooler so that the air that is sucked in is starilzied then de humidife the air after it passes tough the damp filter system. might also put adimizers and de humidifirers in the rooms spray super fine mist of water into the air then run the de humidifier to keep the room clean... not to mention it would also pull dust and other things out of the air. and if it was fine enought spray it would not even leave drops on the floor or stuff in the room. Also you could fit it to entry door systems where they have a door a little walk in area and another door. have it spraying a fine mist down and have a vac coming from the floor to suck up any extra mist and re use the water after prossesing so door 1 opens. person walks in door 1 shuts a mist/fog falls from the celling and is sucked into the floor then stops after 5 seconds then door 2 opens make the room long enough so that it takes 3 sec to walk across it to minimize weight time.. also have de humidifiers running out side of that room to get any extra water that might be around.


with that system you could have a nearly clean house/building all the time.



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