Never Worry About Water Safety Again!
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The process of evaporation, condensation and precipitation is water's built-in purification process! This is the purification process that God gave us, and it's the reason why we are alive today!
THE SURVIVAL STILL USES the process of distillation, which duplicates nature’s process for purifying water.
Nature purifies water through the three-step process of 1) evaporation, 2) condensation and 3) precipitation. Here’s how...
When water evaporates it let’s go of the contaminants that it’s holding onto. The contaminants stay behind while the vapor is pure. The pure vapor then rises and condenses into clouds. The clouds move inland and release the water as rain. Rain is very pure water and is the source of all fresh water on the planet, from lakes, rivers, streams and even aquifers.
In the same way, distillation produces high-purity water without the need for filters.
There are many different technologies for cleaning water, but not all technologies should be used during an emergency situation.
FEMA and the American Red Cross have published a document that instructs people how to treat water during an emergency. They recommend distillation as the preferred method.
But they do NOT recommend filters of any kind.
The truth is that no matter where you live, no matter what climate, no matter what geography, an act of nature—or even a cowardly act of terrorism - can degrade your family to third-world living conditions in minutes.
Suddenly, without access to clean water… it may be your child who is suffering from diarrhea, dehydration and exhaustion.
The Survival Still is a non-electric, emergency water distiller. Did you know that distillation is recommended by FEMA and Red Cross as the most effective purification method for purifying water during an emergency?
The Survival Still is so effective it can turn pond water, lake water, and even ocean water into pure, sterile drinking water in minutes! But it can only save your life if you own one before an emergency strikes.
When the disaster strikes, will you have this little box tucked away in your closet? Or will that few hundred dollars have been spent long ago on things you can't even remember?