World Living Water Systems Ltd.

World Living Water Systems Ltd.

February 26, 2010 10:00 ET

Faster, Harder Technology In Ice Rinks Could Sky Rocket World Records

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 26, 2010) - With all the eyes on Vancouver's Winter Olympics and on the number of medals won by Canadian athletes, a new product positions itself as the solution for faster, harder ice rinks: The Vortex Water Revitalizer.

World Living Water Systems, a Vancouver-based company owned by Mikael Lund, has developed the Vortex Water Revitalizer (VWR), an evolutionary water treatment system that uses the powerful principles of Mother Nature, rendering water alive and energized.

The Vortex Water Revitalizer processes tap water directly in a double spiral flow-form, generating a massive vortex action simulating a compressed river dynamic. This causes implosion in the water, restructuring and energizing it and bringing back all the water's natural features just like in a mountain spring. This unique water system optimizes water usage across multiple platforms, such as ice rinks.

"The Burnaby ice rink is definitely one of the best ice rinks in Vancouver," says Shawn Pollock, hockey player at the Burnaby, BC ice rink. "I've played on this ice every week, and the difference between then [before VWR was installed] and now is hard to miss - especially on how fast the ice is and how long it lasts."

In the words of Phillip McCann, the Refrigeration Engineer at Australia's Hunter Ice Skating Stadium and a Vortex Water Revitalizer user, the benefits of using VWR are clear:

  1. The ice has become clearer, making rink lines more visible.
  2. The ice has become harder.
  3. Rink users (skaters and hockey players) have found the ice has become faster.
  4. Reduction of running costs, resulting in savings of approximately $1000 per month.
  5. Reduction in electricity consumption, resulting in a further reduction in electrical energy costs of approximately $900 per month.

"Even on the third period, the game stays as fast as it should, as if the ice is fresh and clean." continues Pollock. "Having played for about 15 years all over the Lower Mainland, I would have to say that the Burnaby ice rink now has the fastest, hardest ice I've played on for a number of years."

With product versions for both individuals and commercial applications, the Vortex Water Revitalizer has a proven track record of reducing ice rinks' management costs, with a 100% return on investment within the initial month – while reducing the user's carbon footprint as well.

"And knowing that VWR also helps the environment makes me proud to be skating on this ice, that's for sure! It's a great doing and congratulations for creating such an amazing product", says Shawn Pollock.

Pollock's testimonial and other related videos can be found on http://www.alivewater.net/videos.htm.

The Vortex Water Revitalizer is available through distributors across North America, Europe and Australia. For more information on World Living Water Systems and how to become a dealer, please visit www.alivewater.net or call 1-888-644-7754.

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