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June 2013 Watch ® FilterSorb SP3 Texture of Water: Part II By Deepak Chopra Watch ® GmbH Fahrlachstraße 14 68165 Mannheim Germany

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1 June 2013 Watch ® FilterSorb SP3 Texture of Water: Part II By Deepak Chopra Watch ® GmbH Fahrlachstraße 14 68165 Mannheim Germany Telefon: +49 (0) 621 87951-0 Telefax: +49 (0) 621 87951-99 1

2 WATCH GmbH A Water Company 2 As we know, hard water has a high mineral content. The minerals are mostly metal ions such as calcium and magnesium in the form of carbonates. CaCO 3 and MgCO 3 SP3, Part II As everybody knows there is a difference between Hard, SP3 and Soft water Hard water contains Calcium and Magnesium and has a hard feel when washing when compared to Soft water. People who have a water softener quite often claim they cannot get rid of soap from their body when washing! This is because they are continuing to use the same amount of soap etc.

3 WATCH GmbH A Water Company Carbon Dioxide and Water Texture 3 SP3, Part II In reality, they can reduce their soap use by up to 50% and still get the same effect as washing in hard water #. However, customer feedback has also shown that SP3 water can save you money on soap use when compared to hard water. This is particularly important for people who want to enjoy some benefits of soft water, but do not want water that is totally softened. Improved Water Texture with SP3: SP3 water is enriched with CO 2. The CO 2 bubbles reduces surface tension to improve the texture and feel of the water and inturn makes the water have a better feel to it when washing. # Battelle Study

4 WATCH GmbH A Water Company SP3 Water for Drinking 4 SP3, Part II A Natural Mineral Water Minerality Still Effervescent Balance Levels of Carbonation CaCO 3 H 2 O Carbonated CO 2 Minerality of water is determined by the minerals it contains. Calcium and Magnesium Carbonate (MgCO 3 and CaCO 3 ) are the key minerals. They give texture but do not suppress other minerals such as potassium, sodium, sulfate, silica, bicarbonates and trace elements. Lead and copper are removed by SP3 media in all contents and concentrations.

5 WATCH GmbH A Water Company Gases, colloids or sediments are not included in the minerals measurement. Minerals are the second most important factor in healthy food. A high mineral water falls in the category of Classic Water. 5 SP3, Part II SP3 Water for Drinking A Natural Mineral Water Classic Water is a main workhorse when pairing food and water. Classic Water is also perfect for coffee, tea and mixed drinks. If you have low minerals then SP3 water is a good choice for all drinks and beverages. Continued from Slide 4

6 WATCH GmbH A Water Company Calcium and Magnesium levels combine to give TOTAL HARDNESS. CaCO3 Hardness with SP3 Water 6 SP3, Part II A guide to water hardness levels CaCO 3 Hardness (ppm)CaCO 3 Hardness (US)Category 17 – 60 mg/L1 – 3.4 gpgSlightly Hard Water 60 – 120 mg/L3.4 – 6.7 gpgModerately Hard water 120 – 180 mg/L6.7 – 10 gpgHard water 180 mg/L and above10 gpg and aboveVery Hard water Over 60% of the UK water has hard/very hard water!

7 WATCH GmbH A Water Company Structured Water = H 2 O 100% natural SP3 Water is Structured Water 7 SP3, Part II Hard tap waters contain two types of hardness, Temporary and Permanent. Together they make Total Hardness. Hardness – Ca(HCO 3 ) 2 water creates scale in pipes, hot water appliances, dishwashers, washing machines, showers, taps etc. It also makes cleaning more difficult and more dependent on soaps and synthetic detergents. In industry, scale builds up in boilers, heat exchangers and coffee machines etc., to name but a few applications. When hard water passes through the SP3 unit, the bracket of Ca(HCO 3 ) 2 is opened and changes its TEXTURE to Temporary HardnessCa(HCO 3 ) 2 Mg(HCO 3 ) 2 And Permanent HardnessSulfate (SO 4 ) Chloride (Cl) Silica (SiO 2 ) Non Soluble = CaCO 3 Calcium & Magnesium minerals Pure Water = 100% natural H 2 O and Natural = Carbonated with CO 2

8 WATCH GmbH A Water Company The importance of pH in water pH of the water is a most important factor in all drinking water applications. The pH (potential Hydrogen) measures the level of acidity or alkalinity. On the pH scale 1.0 to 6.8 is classified as acidic and is generally not recommended for vending type applications. pH between 6.9 and 7.2 is nearly neutral and 7.3 to 14 is alkaline (or basic). All natural waters or low alkaline waters (pH 7.2 to 7.5) are best for human consumption. This level is generally accepted as neutral to the human tongue with regard to taste thresholds. Since pH is a Logarithmic scale, the difference of 1 degree indicates a tenfold increase or decrease in acidity or alkalinity. Water from weak acid cations with a pH of 5 for example is 10 times more acidic than that with a pH of 6. 8 SP3, Part II

9 WATCH GmbH A Water Company Structured Water Definition of Structured; Nothing added or subtracted and 100% natural Ca(HCO 3 ) 2 CaCO 3 + H 2 O + CO 2. This in turn means the H 2 O water molecule has its outer electron shell intact, i.e. in equilibrium and without a change. This is a structured water, a water without the change in pH, without adding an impurity, a water that can penetrate the bodys cells much more easily and therefore cleanse and re-hydrate your bodys cells. It is this cleansing of your cells that contributes to a healthier life. 9 SP3, Part II

10 WATCH GmbH A Water Company TDS as a function of cell hydration property 10 The lower the TDS (Minerals) the greater the cell hydrating properties of the water. All healthy cells are surrounded by structured water. All mineral waters with their unique mineral composition are reputed to have healthful properties. SP3, Part II

11 WATCH GmbH A Water Company Effect of minerals on your health 11 SP3, Part II Herewith, we describe the most healthiest minerals found in SP3 water and the benefits these minerals can provide. Compared to as an example a glass of wine, the differences in taste between waters are quite subtle. But they are nevertheless discernible. Local geological strata impart water with different minerals, giving each and every single source of drinking water a unique set of minerals and taste

12 WATCH GmbH A Water Company Magnesium and the Human Body 12 SP3, Part II Magnesium (Mg ++ ) Almost all human cells have some level of magnesium in them and all adults need four hundred milligrams (400 mg) of Mg ++ everyday. Magnesium is very important for the regulation of muscle contractions and the transmission of nerve impulses and it activates energy producing enzymes. Human beings complete bone structure relies on Mg ++ and it helps to expand blood vessels, which reduces the risk of heart attack. Some illnesses are related to magnesium deficiency. Nervousness, lack of concentration, dizziness and headaches or migraines are a contribution of high sodium and lack of magnesium in water. Magnesium is an accepted and important flavour carrier and enhances the flavours available in your cuppa!

13 WATCH GmbH A Water Company Calcium (Ca ++ ) only SP3 can do It is recommended that every adult needs about 800 mg of Ca ++ per day – babies dont require more than 300 mg/day but all youngsters between fifteen and nineteen year olds need significantly more. The many benefits include stabilizing bone structure, teeth and cell membranes, ensuring nerve and muscle impulses are properly transmitted and helping to prevent blood clotting. Calcium also has a balancing effect for some skin allergies. Bone decalcification (osteoporosis) and fractures become more likely if a bodies calcium levels are not maintained. The best water for drinking should have between 200 mg/liter to 400 mg/liter calcium. 13 SP3, Part II

14 WATCH GmbH A Water Company Carbonation Level of Best Drinking Water 14 SP3, Part II You will notice all those people who claim they dont like sparkling water will enjoy a glass of CO 2 enriched water made by SP3. Effervescent: Effervescent waters are a surprise to many. FILTERSORB SP3 water with the smallest possible bubbles of CO 2, straddles an imaginary line between STILL and LIGHT SPARKLING water. Carbonation: 2 mg/litre – 5 mg/litre The taste challenge: Give a person a glass of SP3 enriched water and notice how they enjoy the taste. Recommended serving temperature: 12°C / 54°F

15 WATCH GmbH A Water Company What is Textured water? 15 SP3, Part II Natural carbonated water is water that contains CARBON DIOXIDE GAS (CO 2 ). The natural gas in temporary hardness Ca(HCO 3 ) 2 when it comes into contact with solid particles of SP3 media creates: This CO 2 gas creates bubbles in the water (H 2 O), leading to an effervescent TEXTURE that improves its feel and appearance when washing. Additionally, this effervescence promotes enjoyable drinking water. This water is known as Light Sparkling Effervescent Water or SP3 water. Natural carbonated water has many examples and they have been consumed for centuries by people who believe in its Heath Benefits. SP3 – CO 2 enriched water on tap! CaCO 3 Minerals H2OH2OClassic Water CO 2 Carbon Dioxide

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