Body Glove Filter Bottles To Those In Need
Recently, we sent a box of our Body Glove Filter Bottles to victims of Hurricane Dorian through the coordination of Allied Kitchen & Bath in Oakland Park, Florida and one of our sales agencies, Elite Sales and Marketing.
These bottles are incredible, basically like a little water treatment facility in portable form. Posts on Instagram and Facebook do little justice to what these bottles can really do! We thought it would be great to post a blog to go into more depth about the capabilities of these incredible bottles.
The Body Glove filter sports bottle is a high quality filter that provides the following:
- Up to 100 gallons of filtered water or more, depending upon the quality of the source water.
- All materials are FDA food grade approved and BPA-Free.
- Filter is replaceable.
- Body Glove exclusive filters are the most laboratory and field-tested of their kind in the world using EPA protocols and tested to NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53 by Broward Testing laboratory.
The patented Ionic-Adsorption Micro-Filtration System reduces up to 99.99% of the following “ABC’s” zones of contamination:
Aesthetics: Unpleasant tastes, odor, clarity, chlorine, sand and sediment.
Biologics: Harmful microscopic pathogens such as Cryptosporidium, Giardia, and other waterborne cysts and spores.
Chemicals: Toxic chemicals, detergents, pesticides, harmful industrial and agricultural wastes, DDT, Benzene, MTBE, Chromium 6, Cadmium, Arsenic, Nitrates, and THMs.
Dissolved Solids: Heavy metals such as aluminum, copper, lead, mercury, fluoride, Radon 222 and others.
Filter Capacity: 600 Refills (replace filter when flow becomes significantly reduced).
We are proud to donate these bottles to people in need and during time of crisis. Body Glove Filter Bottles are a great addition to your own emergency kit in your car, or at your home. It’s also a great tool for your camping or hiking set, or just while traveling so you don’t have to waste money on plastic bottled water.
Stay tuned for more info on the I AM ZAMBIA project.