Service life and efficacy:
Under laboratory conditions (more stringent than EPA's requirements for turbidity and organic matter), the life straw achieves a net water volume of 1600 liters (1.6 times the design life).
Average flow rate:
280 ml / min at the beginning of use
280 ml / min, between 10 and 200 L
250 ml / min, between 200 and 500 L
170 ml / min, between 500 and 1000 l
200 ml / min, average flow rate between 0 and 1000 l
Under laboratory conditions (EPA 1987 test standard for microbial water purifier), the results showed that the life straw met the requirements of lrv6 (99.9999%) for bacteria removal and lrv3 (99.9%) for removal of parasitic protozoa.
Under the laboratory conditions, the turbidity decreased by 99.6%.
Inflow turbidity: 104 NTU
Effluent turbidity: 0.4 NTU
The survivors of natural disasters or other disasters
Outdoor, survival, tourism, sports
Hikers and campers
Journalists who set foot in the outdoors
Field operators, geologists, explorers or surveyors
The residents who are short of or far away from tap water supply or poor water quality
Government aid agencies
International Organization for rescue and development
Corporate social responsibility project
People who believe in being prepare