Okay so you see the bottle? You see the label, and I bet two questions come to mind immediately.
The first question we normally get asked is “What does the MK stand for?”
The answer to that is Maurice and Kenya the CEO and COO of the companies first names
The second question that normally doesn’t linger too far behind is “What is the difference between your water and others? it’s just water right?”
Well my Dear Watson, that is actually wrong 50% of the bottled water whether it be purified,spring, or distilled in any form is not just water, and all bacteria and impurities aren’t always removed.
Fact is, Spring water brands almost all have some sort of mineral make up, and most of the major brands contain heavy traces of magnesium, potassium, fluoride, and calcium, which is caused by the natural Earth contain from the land of which they flow from.
Currently the FDA does not have heavy regulations for the bottled water industry, the only main guideline is that it has to be “AS GOOD” as your home tap water, meaning youre paying your hard earned cash only to be tricked into thinking you’re making the healthy concious choice, instead you’re paying for fancing labeling, with little to no nutritional benefit.
Don’t believe us? Put us head to head with the other major brands and we will prove to you, the diffence.
Inorganic Minerals and Metals
Calcium 0.10 NR 10 – 49
Sodium 0.20 NR 10 – 20
Potassium 0.10 NR 1.6 – 3.8
Fluoride 0.100 2.0 (1.4 – 2.4) ND – 1.3
Magnesium 0.10 NR 3.4 – 19
Bicarbonate 1.0 NR 68 – 232
Nitrate 0.010 10.00 ND – 0.90
Chloride 0.10 250 ND – 6.5
Copper 0.050 1.0 ND
pH (units) t NA 6.5 – 8.5 7.3 – 8.1
Sulfate t 0.10 250 ND – 27
Arsenic 0.0014 0.010 ND
Lead 0.005 0.005 ND
Total Dissolved Solids t 1.0 500 106 – 266
Water however is a vital asset to our survival biologically we cannot survive without it, so when you choose to hydrate and nourish your body, make sure you do so with MKH2O the people’s choice.
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Carbon filtration which is a method of filtering that uses a piece of activated carbon to remove contaminants and impurities, utilizing chemical adsorption. Each piece of carbon is designed to provide a large section of surface area, in order to allow contaminants the most possible exposure to the filter media. One pound (454g) of activated carbon contains a surface area of approximately 100 acres (1 km²/kg). This carbon is generally activated with a positive charge and is designed to attract negatively charged water contaminants. Carbon filtering is commonly used for water purification, but is also used in air purifiers.
Carbon filters are most effective at removing chlorine, sediment, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from water. They are not effective at removing minerals, salts, and dissolved inorganic compounds.
Reverse osmosis, also known as nano or ultra-filtration, is the finest home water treatment system available. It uses the same technology as most commercial bottled water plants (but obviously on a smaller scale). Reverse osmosis systems are capable of removing most sediments and particulates down to less than 0.0005 microns as well as bacteria, viruses, Cryptosporidium, Giardia (Beaver fever), most heavy metals, asbestos, chlorine, fluoride, and a wide range of volatile organic compounds including many pesticides and herbicides.
Circulation tank including 5 micron post RO Filtration
Ultraviolet sterilizers contain lamps that produce UV-C or “germicidal UV,” radiation of much greater intensity than sunlight. Almost all of a UV lamp’s output is concentrated in the 254 nanometers (nm) region in order to take full advantage of the germicidal properties of this wavelength. When harmful microbes like bacteria, viruses, molds, algae, yeast, and oocysts (such as cryptosporidium and giardia) are exposed to the UV rays, their nucleic acid absorbs the UV energy, which then scrambles the DNA structure of the organism. The cell is rendered sterile and can no longer reproduce. The cell is now considered dead and is no longer a threat. Ultraviolet light is the most effective non-chemical means of water treatment for microbiological contaminants, making the ClearChoice 5-stage premium reverse osmosis system an ideal drinking water system for homes with an untreated water supply (well, lake, stream, cistern, etc.) or for homeowners looking for back-up protection in case their community water supply is ever compromised.
Holding Tank which continuously recirculates until used for production
And we all do all this so that the Parents, Grandparent’s, Brother’s, Sister’s, Son’s and Daughters who drink our water can taste the difference, they can taste the quality.