What Is AngelsH2O?
AngelsH2O is the first product of its kind to eliminate algae and bacteria while providing clean, safe drinking water. This groundbreaking product is environmentally sound and nontoxic to plants, animals and humans, allowing for broad usage in a variety of locations such as reservoirs, ponds, lakes and rivers. It can be used in wastewater and drinking water treatment and is ideally suited for aquaculture. AngelsH2O’s biochemical makeup ensures that there are no toxic byproducts and unlike chlorine, AngelsH2O has the positive attribute of creating NO chemical taste or odor. This means that AngelsH2O leaves the water tasting like water.
How It Works
AngelsH2O works by binding with algae and bacteria, which kills the organism and prevents reproduction. AngelsH2O’s biochemical composition keeps the solution suspended in water which allows for an extended duration of its effectiveness. The use of AngelsH2O can help provide safe drinking water for millions worldwide.
How Can It Be Used?
||Use AngelsH2O Instead of Chlorine
AngelsH2O is approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA).
Independent Lab Test
Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI USA tested the effectiveness of AngelsH2O on E. coli and V. cholerae.
According to a study by University of Victoria, the average level of E. coli in water in Haiti was 2.02 CFU/mL. At a treatment concentration of 1 ppm AngelsH2O killed approximately 1,213,000 CFU/mL within 30 minutes.
At a treatment concentration of 1 ppm AngelsH2O killed approximately 514,000 V. cholerae CFU/mL within 30 minutes.
ppm=parts per million
Calculate water volume in mL or liters. Apply dosage of AngelsH2O (see chart below). Apply 0.5-1 ppm maintenance dosage of AngelsH2O every 14-21 days.
[24 hours after one treatment at 1ppm.]
About the Inventor
Bill Burmeister is the inventor of AngelsH2O. He developed this product with the mindset of helping people throughout the world with his primary focus on saving children’s lives. Bill is a pharmacologist who has worked for many years as a scientist in the Department of Pathology and Experimental Toxicology at Parke-Davis/Pfizer and the College of Pharmacology, University of Toledo. He has done extensive research on the AngelsH2O compound in India, China, Brazil, Mexico and Puerto Rico. He was invited to address a cholera outbreak in Haiti as a result of the devastating earthquake in 2010.