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EQUIPMENT

Panache AquaTatva unveils two variants of electrolysed water ioniser Neer
Friday, 13 January, 2017, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Panache AquaTatva , one of India’sfastest-growing consumer brands, has unveiled Neer, an electrolysed water ioniser, in two variants, Neer-3 and Neer-5. It is capable of producing four levels of alkaline water in seconds with a negative oxidation reduction potential (ORP) up to -600.

Neer has a tapered body, soft-touch keys, a digital display, an intelligent processor-based auto cleaning system, a filter change alarm, enhanced electrolysed water purifying through seven (in the case of Neer-3) and 11 (in the case of Neer-5) titanium-coated solid platinumplates and an inbuilt supersonic ultra-violet (UV) and carbon filter.

The alkalinity in water refers to its pH level, which is a number that measures how acidic or alkaline a substance is on a scale of 0-14. Alkaline water has a higher pH level than regular drinking water (between eight and 9.5).

Specially engineered Neer does not only kill harmful bacteria and viruses from the water, but also removes dissolved impurities, maintains vital minerals and has a profusion of antioxidants in it on a long service life to provide healthy balanced alkaline water.

Abhishek Srivastava, chief operating officer, Panache AquaTatva, said, “We have already caused enough damage to Mother Nature in the name of civilisation, and in return, we have achieved a comfortable life, along with an unhealthy surrounding containing oodles of pollution and impurities.”

“Here, at AquaTatva, our motive is not to filter or purify the impurities from the water and launch another water filter system in the market. Behind this revolutionary Neer, we are aiming to produce healthy water for our consumers with multiple benefits and zero water wastage for a better tomorrow,” he added.
 
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