Newsweek has confirmed that a brand new KinsLEY Water Purifiers that purifies water with alkaline acid are being tested by the U.S. Army.
According to the Army, the KinsLYN Water Purification System, which is priced at $12,900 and includes a 24-hour cleaning unit, is the only water purification system that is “invented in the U, U.K. or U.C.I. The system has been in production since 2006.
The company plans to begin selling the system in 2017.
KinsLEY says that the KINSLEY Acid System is “designed to replace the existing KinsYN water purifiers” that are being sold by the military and other manufacturers.KINSLEY says the acid filtration system has “zero carbon footprint” and is “extremely efficient” in reducing CO 2 emissions by more than 50 percent.
The unit also claims that the system can “filter the vast majority of water” to make drinking water more alkaline, with the addition of a “sulfur compound that dissolves water in its vicinity.”
KinsLYNS acid system uses a proprietary chemical technology that is produced by the University of California, Irvine.
According a statement on the KINNS website, the company is currently in discussions with the U:U.K.-based company has a manufacturing plant in the UK, which will allow the company to bring its system to the U.:The system is a significant step in improving water quality in the West Midlands and the U of C’s water is considered among the best in the world for alkaline-water purification.