Menu
Cart 0

Mineral Spa Start Up Kit

Mineral Spa Start Up Kit
  • $ 149.95
  • Save $ 25 2268


Mineral Spa is a dissolved ionic mineral salt. It is a magnetic sulfate mineral solution that is extracted through an acid sulfate process from one of the rarest, and most mineral rich Biotite (Black Mica) sources on this planet. Mineral Spa precipitates many dissolved contaminants within water, to be filtered out. Mineral Spa also converts other dissolved contaminants in the water into inert matter.

You can Purify, Micro-cluster, Structure and Optimize any water simply by adding Mineral Spa! Functions of Mineral Spa in self-contained, filtered, circulating water:

 Adds Magnetic Minerals which increase the elements needed for optimum catalytic functions

 Unwanted elements are bound and eliminated

 Improves removal of Chlorine, Fluoride, Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Plastics, Solvents, Heavy Metals & Pathogens

 Improves removal of viruses, harmful bacteria and parasites through deposition  Removes cellular waste residues

 Activates oxygen and increases assimilation of all nutrients

 Optimizes all enzymatic functions Dosage Add 3 OUNCES to every 100 gallons of water

Depending on mineral content of the source water there may be discoloration of the water, often seen as a grayish or peachy color. The visible substance is inert and harmless and your filter will capture this agglutinated material. With over 80 trace minerals in solution, Mineral Spa also provides one of the most complete mineral matrices that Nature has to offer. In conjunction with the physical activity and filtration in your spa, Mineral Spa improves your water in many ways.

 Impurities are neutralized or removed

 Organic contaminants are bound up and filtered out

 Oxygen is activated

 Color is enhanced

 Odors are eliminated

The result is great water that is mineral rich, hydrating, and detoxifying. This honorable mineral solution is so powerful that we now are able to provide 3rd world countries the ability to purify some of the most contaminated water on this Earth.

HOW TO USE MINERAL SPA:

When mixed with water, the minerals in Mineral Spa dissolve and become part of the water. Mineral Spa minerals work to purify the water. Dissolved contaminants in the water become visible. They become solid, to be filtered out and never mix back into the water. In other words, while in this state they can never dissolve again. Virtually all waters show signs of dissolved contaminants. Mineral Spa is amazing at revealing contamination while making the water safer, cleaner, and healthier. Mineral Spa cleans up the impurities in water.

Mineral Spa Tests and Data

Based on all of the testing that has been done on the Mineral Spa formula from around the world, the product’s ability to reduce certain toxic substances [as testing indicates] is based on the amount of product added to the challenge water. It is safe to assume that most questionable fresh water sources such as rivers, wells, tap water, etc . , would need between .5 and 1 mL of Mineral Spa per 1 L of water.

CHLORINE REDUCTION TEST REPORT

After addition of Mineral Spa to “Sodium Fluoride Solution” (concentrated OVER the standard levels of fluoride in drinking water), it was concluded that Mineral Spa trapped about 60% of the Fluoride ions in solution and only about 40% could be detected by ISE method 340.1.

Advanced Fluoride Reduction Test

After addition of Mineral S pa to “Sodium Fluoride Solution” at the proper ratios, it is concluded that Mineral Spa traps about 100% of the Fluoride ions in solution treated with 1 mL of Mineral Spa per 8 mg/L of Fluoride solution ; at this point Fluoride ions w ere below the detectable limit of ISE method 340.1. Quote from the preparer: "Clarity™ has very intriguing propertie s, definitely a great product!"

Antibacterial Test

Addition of Mineral Spa to “Potable Water Coliform ERA Catalog #694; effectively kills the four types of bacteria present in the challenge water.

VOC Spiked Solution Test

When tested u sing EPA method 524.2, Mineral Spa is very effective when used to fil ter volatile organic compounds.

Effectiveness of Filtration Test

When tested against Challenge water polluted at or above US EPA Drinking Water Standards the test delivered the following results:

  • Nitrate: reduced 11%
  • Copper: reduced 26%
  • Arsenic: reduced 62%
  • Mercury: reduced 91%
  • Lead: reduced more than 99%

Nuclide Radioactive Element Measurement

Upon testing of the concentrated mineral solution stored near Fukushima, Japan, Radioactive concentration was NOT detectable in the following nuclides

  • Iodine 131
  • Cesium 134
  • Cesium 136
  • Cesium 137

Chloramine Reduction Test

After addition of Mineral Spa to “Challenge Water” it is concluded that chloramine in the challenge water is reduced nearly 100% after about 48 hours

Hexavalent Chromium Test

When tested using EPA method 200.9 and Standard Method 3500 CR C, Mineral Spa is very effective at reducing Hexavalent Chromium

CHLORINE REDUCTION TEST REPORT

Report #: 8 - 7 - Cl
Date: 02/12/2008
Standard Performed: NSF - 42 Chlorine Reduction Test (adapted)
Method Performed: Free Chlorine EPA 330.5
ENVIROTEK LABORATORIES, INC.
By: Jaime A. Young

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Mineral Spa I onic Mineral solution manufactured by Clarity Water Products was tested by applying the protocol NSF Standard 42 for chlorine reductio n. The solution prepared with .25 mL of the Mineral Spa Ionic Mineral solution dissolved in a 1000 mL volumetric flask with the challenge water (2.08 ppm of Free Chlorine) reduced the Free Chlorine in the challenge water by 100.0%.

NTRODUCTION

Mineral Spa Ionic Mineral solution manufactured by Clarity Water Products was tested by applying the protocol NSF Standard 42 for chlorine reduction. The challenge water was prepared by adding a chlorine standard to DI water in a 1000 mL volumetri c to obtain a final concentration of free chlorine of 2.0 ± 0.2 mg/L (ppm); the solution was analyzed as per EPA method 330.5. After analyzing the free chlorine and other parameters of this challenge water, one quarter milliliter of the Mineral Spa Ionic Mineral concentrated solution was added to the volumetric fl ask containing the challenge water (2.08 ppm of Free Chlorine) mixed well and analyzed as per EPA method 330.5. The solution pr epared at a concentration of 1:4 000 in the challenge water, reduced the free chlorine in the challenge water by 100.0%. The level of chloride was tested in the challenge water before and after adding the Mineral Spa Ionic Mineral solution, the chloride level increased from 16 ppm to 550 ppm after adding the Mineral solution indicating that the free chlorine was converted to chloride s in the water.

MATERIALS

Clarity Water Products Mineral Spa
Chlorine Standard Solution
Spectrophotometer (UV, Visible range)
Reagents and chemicals necessary to perform EPA approved methods for drinking water analysis.

PROCEDURE

Prepare a water solution with free chlorine at a concentration of 2.0 ± 0.2 mg/L (ppm) by adding the appropriate amount of th e chlorine standard to DI water. Analyze the final solution according to protocol NSF Standard 42. Add .25 mL of the Ionic Mineral Spa solution, mix well and analyze the final solution according to protocol NSF Standard 42.

RESULTS

Parameter Challenge Water Mineral Solution NSF Standard 42 range
pH 7.1 6.8 6.5 - 8.5
Total Dissolved Solids 110 118 80-120 ppm
Alkalinity 80 20 80-120 (ppm)
Calcium 20 800 32-48 (ppm)
Fluorides 2.0 1 2.0 (ppm)
Chlorides 60 550 Not Specified
Free Chlorine 2.08 Not Detected 2.0 ± 0.2

CONCLUSION

The Mineral Spa solution prepared at 1:4 000 in the challenge water reduces the free chlorine in the challenge water by 100.0%, the minimum reduction amount required by the NSF Standard 42 is 50% ; this product meets the requirements for chlorine reduction. The Ionic Mineral Spa solution also reduces the alkalinity and the pH of the water. The calcium and chloride levels increased by a significant amount after adding the Ionic Mineral solutio n to the challenge water. The reduction of the free chlorine level indicates that the free chlorine was reduced to chlorides. There is also a decrease in the amount of fluorides in the challenge water by 50.0%. The Ionic Mineral solution is a suit able source of essential minerals.

Jaime A. Young
Lab Director

Notice:

The Mineral Spa lab reports are available to further substantiate the value and effectiveness of the Ionic Minerals. Thes e reports are very t echnical and are proprietary to Clarity Water Products and are placed here for your information and demonstrate the credibility of the min erals and not to be distribute d in any manor, written, electronically or otherwise.

EPA ID # NJ01298 NJ DEP ID # 08012 PA DEP ID # 68 - 04402 NY ELAP # 11987

CONFIDENTIAL

CLARITY WATER PRODUCTS FLUORIDE REDUCTION TEST REPORT

Report # 11 - 258 - NaF
Customer Name: Clarity Water Products
Report Date: November 5, 2011

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A water solution prepared with a Sodium Fluoride concentration 8 mg/L of Fluoride was tested, Mineral Spa was added to the solution at a concentr ation of .25 mL, .5 mL, .75 mL, and 1 mL of Mineral Spa per liter of Sodium Fluoride solution and the solution was tested each time after about 15 minutes of adding the Mineral Spa solution. The concentration of Fluoride decreased each time until it was not detected by the EPA method 3.40.2.

INTRODUCTION

A water solution prepared with a Sodium Fluoride concentrati on of 8 mg/L of Fluoride as per NSF/ANSI Standard 53 was tested following the EPA method 340.2, Mineral Spa was added to the solution at a concentration of .25 mL, .5mL, .75mL, and 1mL of Mineral Spa per liter of Sodium Fluoride solution and the solution was tested after about 15 minutes of adding the Mineral Spa solution. The concentration of Fluoride decreased each time until it was not detected by the EPA method 340.2.

REAGENTS AND LAB EQUIPMENT

Orion Dual Star ISE meter with Oakton Fluoride probe.
Oakton Sodium Fluoride standard 1,000 mg/L solution.
Hach Sodium Fluoride standard 100 mg/L.
Oakton Ion Strength Adjuster solution.
Mineral Spa solution.

PROCEDURE

A water solution was prepared using DI water and the Oakton Sodium Fluoride solution to obt ain a concentration of 8 mg/L of Fluoride tested following the EPA method 340.2.
One quarter mL of Mineral Spa was added to one liter of the Sodium Fluoride solution, mixed well and let it stand for about 15 minutes. The final solution was tested for Fluor ide ions; the procedure was repeated after addi ng a total of one half mL, three quarters mL and one mL of Mineral Spa solution. T he results are summarized in the table below.

RESULTS

The Fluoride concentrations are summarized in the following table:
Parameter Tested Water Solution = Fluoride 7.94 mg/L
Mineral Spa .25 mL/L = Fluoride 3.73 mg/L
Mineral Spa 0 .5 mL/L = Fluoride 2.98 mg/L
Mineral Spa .75 mL/L = Fluoride 1.51 mg/L
Mineral Spa 1 mL/L = Fluoride <0.5 mg/L

CONCLUSION

The Mineral Spa traps abo ut 100% of the Fluoride ions in solution at a concentration of 1 mL of Mineral Spa per 8 mg/L of Fluoride solution; at this point, the Fluoride ion was below the detection limit of the method 340.2.

Jaime A. Young
Lab Director

ANTIBACTERIAL TEST REPORT

Report #: 7 - 71
Date: May 14, 2007
Standard Performed: Antibacterial Test
Method Performed: m - ColiBlue - 24
ENVIROTEK LABORATORIES, INC.
By: Jaime A. Young
Customer: Clarity Water Products

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Mineral Spa Mineral solution was tested for antibacterial properties. Four control batches were prepared with four different types of Coliform bacteria in sterilized water and tested for Total Coliform/E. coli using the m - ColiBlue - 24 method. Four similar Coliform b atches were prepared and treated with th e Mineral Spa solution in a 1:4 000 proportion and tested again using the same Coliform method. Coliform bacteria were present in the control batches but absent in the treated batches.

INTRODUCTION

Min eral Spa solution manufactured by Clarity Water Products was tested for antibacterial properties. Four control batches were prepared with four different types of Coliform bacteria in sterilized water and tested for Total Coliform/e. coli using the m - Coli Blue - 24 method. The four type of bacteria used were Escherichia coli, Enterobacter cloacae, Proteus mirablis, and Pseudomonas aeuginosa. Four similar Coliform batches were prepared and treated with the Mineral Spa solution in a 1:4 000 proportion and tested again using the same Coliform method. Coliform bacteria were present in the control batches but absent in the treated batches.

MATERIALS

Mineral Spa Solution Potable Wat e r Coliform ERA Catalog # 694 containing Escherichia coli, Enterobacter cloaca e, Proteus mirablis, and Pseudomonas aeuginosa at about 500 colonies forming units/mL (CFU/mL) Sterilized water Incubator Reagents and chemicals necessary to perform EPA approved methods for drinking water analysis.

PROCEDURE

1. Remove the vials from the refrigerator and allow them to warm to room temperature.

2. Place the sterilized water containers in the incubator at 35 to 37 ºC for approximately 30 minutes.

3. After the 30 - minute warming period, remove one sterilized w ater container from the incubator.

4. Carefully open the sterilized water container.

5. Open the appropriate bacteria sample vial and aseptically transfer the gelatin tablet into the sterilized water container and labeled accordingly.

6. Properly dis pose the empty glass vial and pouch.

7. Reseal the sterilized water container that now contains the bacteria sample.

8. Prepared all the samples as above.

9. Place the inoculated samples into the incubator at 35 to 37 ºC for an additional 30 minutes to dissolve the samples.

10. After the 30 - minute dissolution period, gently shake each inoculated sample to ensure that the gelatin tablet has completely dissolved.

11. Prepare the filter units and filter the first four samples as per method mColiBlue - 2 4 (these are the control samples).

12. Place the filter membrane in the Petri dish and incubate for 24 hours at 35 to 37 ºC.

13. Add 0.25 mL of the Mineral Spa solution to the next four 100 - mL sample prepared with the Coliform bacteria and repeat steps 11 and 12 (these are the treated samples).

RESULTS

Parameter Control Samples Mineral Spa Solution EPA MCL
Escherichia coli Present Absent Absent
Enterobacter cloacae Present Absent Absent
Proteus mirablis Present Absent Absent
Pseudomonas aeuginosa Present Absent Absent

CONCLUSION

The Mineral Spa solution prepared at 1:4 00 effectively kills the four types of bacteria present in the chal lenge water at about 500 CFU/mL.

Jaime A. Young
Lab Director

Note: The Mineral Spa solution is not a sanitizer, pesticide, antiseptic or bactericide as d efined by the EPA, FDA or an y other Federal Agenc y and is not promoted, advertised or sold as such.

ENVIROTEK LABORATORIES, INC.

120 White Owl Trail, Suite A
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
PHONE 856 - 478 - 0010 www.enviroteklab.com
EPA ID # NJ01298 NJ DEP ID # 08012 PA DEP ID # 68 - 04402 NY ELAP # 11987

CONFIDENTIAL

THEMAROX VOC SPIKED SOLUTION TEST REPORT
Report # 11 - 195 - VOC (VOC Spiked Themarox Solution tested after filtration system)
Report Date: 10/18/2011
Customer Name: Clarity Water Products
Site Address: 445 East Chicago St. Coldwater, MI 49036
Date Sampled: 10/10/2011

Test Parameter 20 ppb Spiked Themarox Solution Filtered 48 hrs Analytical Method EPA Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL)
Acetone 19.44 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Acrylonitrile 18.90 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Allyl chloride 15.28 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Benzene 19.17 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 ug/L
Bromobenzene 15.63 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Bromochloromethane 13.14 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Bromodichloromethane 15.28 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Bromoform 16.83 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Bromomethane 16.54 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
2-Butanone 19.19 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
n-Butylbenzene 18.71 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
sec - Butylbenzene 16.52 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
tert - Butylbenzene 17.88 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Carbon disulfide 16.52 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Carbon tetrachloride 18.15 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
Chloroacetonitrile 18.57 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Chlorobenzene 17.33 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 100 u g/L
1 - Chlorobutane 19.20 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Chloroethane 16.71 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Chloroform 18.16 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Chloromethane 18.81 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
2 - Chlorotoluene 19.14 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
4 - Chlorotoluene 16.55 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Dibromochloromethane 19.77 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,2 - Dibromo - 3 - chloropropane 18.94 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,2 - Dibromoethane 19.22 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Dibromomethane 18.73 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,2 - Dichlorobenzene 19.47 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
1,3 - Dichlorobenzene 19.11 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
1,4 - Dichlorobenzene 11.63 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
trans - 1,4 - Dichloro - 2 - butene 19.43 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Dichlorodifluoromethane 19.50 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,1 - Dichloroethane 16.32 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,2 - Dichloroethane 17.26 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
1,1 - Dichloroethene 19.28 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
cis - 1,2 - Dichloroethene 18.15 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
trans - 1,2 - Dichloroethene 18.46 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 100 u g/L
1,2 - Dichloropropane 19.25 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
1,3 - Dichloropropane 19.16 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
2,2 - Dichloropropane 19.07 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
1,1 - Dichloropropene 19.61 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
1,1 - Dichloropropanone 19.91 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
cis - 1,3 - Dichloropropene 19.28 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
trans - 1,3 - Dichloropropene 19.75 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
Diethyl ethe 19.75 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Ethylbenzene 19.75 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 700 u g/L
Ethyl methacrylate 18.88 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Hexachlorobutadiene 19.83 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Hexachlorobutadiene 18.36 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Hexachloroethane 19.36 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
2 - Hexanone 19.25 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Isopropylbenzene 19.06 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
4 - Isopropyltoluene 18.05 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Methacrylonitrile 19.26 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Methylacrylate 18.62 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Methylene chloride 17.74 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Methyl iodide 17.72 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Methylmethacrylate 18.87 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
4 - Methyl - 2 - pentanone 18.68 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Methyl - t - butyl ether 18.57 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Naphthalene 19.24 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Nitrobenzene 19.24 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
2 - Nitropropane 19.03 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Pentachloroethane 18.76 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Propionitrile 18.95 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
n - Propylbenzene 19.15 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Styrene 18.94 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 100 u g/L
1,1,1,2 - Tetrachloroethane 18.55 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,1,2,2 - Tetrachloroethane 19.03 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Tetrachloroethene 18.66 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/L
Tetrahydrofuran 19.11 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Toluene 18.57 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 1000 u g/L
1,2,3 - Trichlorobenzene 17.85 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,2,4 - Trichlorobenzene 18.94 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 70 u g/L
1,1,1 - Trichloroethane 19.58 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,1,2 - Trichloroethane 19.75 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/
Trichloroethene 19.68 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 5 u g/
Trichlorofluoromethane 19.35 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,2,3 - Trichloropropane 19.65 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,2,4 - Trimethylbenzene 19.84 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
1,3,5 - Trimethylbenzene 19.62 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 Not specified
Vinyl chloride 19.85 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 2 u g/L
o - Xylene 19.73 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 1000 u g/L
m - Xylene 19.81 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 1000 u g/L
p - Xylene 19.94 <0.5 ug/L EPA 524.2 1000 u g/L

Note: A solution prepared by diluting Mineral Spa 2.5 mL in 1000 mL of DI water was spiked with a VOC standard at a concentration of 20 ug/L; this solution was tested as is. The solution was exposed to direct sunlight for 2 days and then filtered through a mixed media water filter and tested as filtered so lution. The results are summarized in the table above. After 48 hours and filtered through the mixed media , no Volatile Organic Compounds were detected (method detection limit = 0.5 ug/L).
Jaime A. Young
Lab Director


We Also Recommend

Sitemap