MAYU’s new Stream uses natural aeration to purify and enhance drinking water
Hogla, Israel, 30 October 2018 — Israeli startup MAYU announcing the release of the STREAM. It’s an ingenious new water purification device that aerates water with a natural swirling motion. In addition it infuses it with one of four signature mineral blends. Thereby imparting both nutrients and unique flavor profiles.
The Stream’s inventive design gently but swiftly aerates water by generating a vortex in the borosilicate glass carafe when it’s placed on the patent-pending vortex base. All of the components that touch the water are medical grade, and the mineral blends have been specially tuned for balanced flavor and nutritional benefits. Whether you’re starting with tap water, fridge water, or from the cooler, the Stream will evaporate volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) such as chlorine and radon, replacing them instead with beneficial minerals.
Removing VOC’s from drinking water
Removing odors from water (such as plastic or carbon)
Imbues water with mineral blend
Therefore inspired by nature, MAYU’s engineers driving to create the Stream to produce healthy water. All while eliminating the need for disposable, single-use plastics. The Stream’s unglazed porcelain base is emulating rocks worn smooth by water. In addition and carafe’s elegant shape inspiring curves of a drop of water. Even the name MAYU is specially chosen after the ancient Inca name for the Milky Way. Calling it the river of the sky.
Aeration removing volatile tastes and odors from water. This leads to dissolving them as gasses. The main culprit behind bad water odor and taste is hydrogen sulfide. Therefore this is removing it by aeration. The process raising the pH levels back to the sweet spot of 6.5-8.5.
Early backers receiving their choice of a 1.5 liter travel bottle or a 0.4 liter double-wall glass thermos. Which for keeping water cold or hot beverages hot. There are also added bottles available, such as the Pack-It bottle. This comes with a silicone sleeve for protection and grip and a bamboo lid on the exterior. As well or the Pack-It Sport bottle. This changing the bamboo lid for a one-handed lid opening. MSRP projecting at $169.