H2gO Purifier

 


This H2gO Purifier weighs only 3.8 ounces (108 grams), fits in your pocket, and is very simple and easy to use. It will treat anywhere from 1 liter (1 quart)up to 20 liters (5 gallons) of water with just a couple button clicks. It automatically calculates the correct dose for the volume selected, so there is no dosing to calculate. It keeps stored water safe to drink with a lifetime capacity of 60,000 to 124,000+ liters (24,000 to 32,000+ gallons), depending on the model selected. It is inexpensive to purchase and virtually free to operate, with no maintenance, no spare parts, and no consumables (other than common salt), making it truly sustainable.

For Developing Nations: H2gO GLOBAL

We designed this purifier for the developing world which means it meets World Health Organization (WHO) standards as defined in the Household Water Treatment Scheme (HWTS). The Global purifier creates a consistent disinfectant dose of 2.5 ppm sodium hypo-chlorite + hydrogen peroxide. It and will treat 300 liters (75 gallons) per battery charge and can be recharged repeatedly via the on-board solar panel or the micro USB port.

If recharged once per week, providing 40 liters (10 gallons) per day, then the device will last a family at least 10 years. 

For the Adventurer: H2gO PRIME

The H2gO Prime will treat 150 liters (37 gallons) per battery charge at a dose of 5.0 ppm and is designed for the military and outdoor markets. The higher dosage is ideal for situations in which water is extremely turbid, cold and contaminated. This device is ideal for emergency preparedness, individuals looking to push the limits, and those who feel more confident with a higher level of disinfectant.

We are driven by a passion to provide a sustainable water treatment solutions to those who need it most – the people in developing nations with no access to safe water. Our quest to design a system that would meet the extreme needs in developing nations resulted in a quality product more than suitable for outdoor enthusiasts, travelers, emergency kits, first responders, the military, and others.