Kyrgyzsistan’s Mi Water Tap Water is Rated as ‘Highest in Quality’
A Kyrgylstan-based startup has released a water tap that is rated as the highest in quality in Kyrgystan.
The tap uses the same technology as a tap water that has been in use for at least 10 years.
The water comes in a stainless steel tube and has a temperature of 110 degrees Celsius.
The product has a capacity of 1,200 liters.
A similar product was tested by the UK’s National Health Service, and was given the top rating for quality.
The company’s CEO, Aleksandr Dzheliuk, told Business Insider that he has tested a number of other water taps to see which ones are the best in terms of quality.
“The ones that are good are the ones that we have tested,” he said.
The technology behind the product is not new, according to Dzhemchikov.
He says that the company has already tested dozens of water taps over the years.
“We’ve been in business for 10 years,” he told Business Wire.
“And in 10 years, there are many new technologies and products being developed in Kyrgia, so we are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to improve the water quality of our water.”
Dzhemenkov said that he had tested a water supply system for his company.
He said that there are two kinds of water that can be produced in Kyrghastistan.
The first is called “green water”, which is filtered through a system of filtration machines that uses the country’s water resources.
“Green water” has the lowest amount of salts and contaminants, while “red water” contains more contaminants, such as metals and bacteria, that can pose health risks.
“When the green water reaches the treatment plant, it’s filtered through filters, which are water-based, so it can reach a specific water source,” he added.
“Then the rest of the water is filtered to remove salts and other contaminants.”
In the past, the company tested different water systems.
“But we were not able to find a reliable water system to do this type of testing,” he explained.
“So we decided to go with a new water source that we are developing.”
Dzhhemchilin says that his company has invested approximately $50,000 in the development of the technology, and is now working with other water companies in the country.
He is also looking for investors in the region to help fund the company.
“If there is any investor in the company, we would be happy to accept it, but it will take time for us to raise capital,” he continued.
Dzhhemchillin said that the device is currently being tested by other water supply companies in Kyrgzstan.
He also said that other water systems in Kyrggia are using the technology.
“Currently, we are testing about two water systems,” he stated.
“Other water supply systems have been testing water systems for 10 or more years.
So it is very clear that there is a lot of innovation in water supply in Kyrgnistan.”