America’s Water Infrastructure Report Card for 2017 is in and it’s fair to say that there’s room for improvement. It’s not exactly new news to talk about the state of America’s pipelines and how millions of Americans are drinking water that might be harmful to their health, but the report card highlights another aspect of the problem – the waste.
Many pipes were laid during the early-mid 20th century and have a lifespan of 75‐100 years. There are an estimated 240,000 pipeline fractures every year and with an average annual repair rate of 0.5%, the repairs will take around 200 years to complete, by which time the pipelines will have been around for …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 13, 2018 7:00 am
The day of love is almost upon us. Whether you think it’s a cynical ploy to extract whatever disposable income you have left after the Christmas frenzy or the most romantic thing since Romeo scaled a balcony to compare Juliet’s beauty to the sun; you’ll be hard pushed to avoid it.
Go Hearts or Go Home
Manufacturers and stores seemed locked in an unspoken battle to make as many things as possible heart-shaped. If you’re marking the day of romance at home, why not pick up a pair of heart-shaped tuna steaks? They’ll go pretty well with the heart shaped fondant potatoes and heart-shaped chocolate mousse. The message? Go hearts or …
Awards season has kicked off with the Golden Globes, and as we ooh and aah at the dresses, the winners and their speeches, it’s also a timely reminder that it’s not just movie stars who get internationally acclaimed awards!
And the Winner Is…
Tyent has won the coveted Ionizer of the Year Award an unprecedented eight times since 2009. This distinguished industry award is a benchmark of world-class engineering and production, and recognizes that Tyent Water Ionizers are officially the best!
But even making the best water ionizer in the world isn’t enough for us; we need to make sure that our customers are the most content …
Before Christmas, one of my young nephews was desperate (in the way that only a 7 year old boy at Christmas can be) for a particular toy.
A large number of painstakingly written letters and notes to Father Christmas that politely requested this small, brightly colored object were posted and stuffed up the chimney. On Christmas morning, amid shouts and whoops of happiness, came the most ecstatic one, as my nephew finally opened the toy of his dreams.
Well, That Didn’t Last Long…
There followed around 30 minutes of frenzied, joyful play before one part of the precious toy became detached from the other, in a way that wasn’t supposed …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 21, 2017 12:00 pm
How is your Christmas shopping going — all bought, wrapped and hidden away for the big day? No? Same here. Sure, a few things are organized, but what to get for that special someone? The significant other in your life can sometimes be the hardest person to buy for!
The Perfect Gift This Christmas
It can be tricky to buy the perfect gift for someone we love. It’s got to be just right: thoughtful, something that they can use and enjoy often, and maybe something that makes life better, easier or even healthier!
We’ve got the perfect gift solution. How about buying them a Tyent Water Ionizer this Christmas?
When it comes to spending money, especially making a significant purchase, most of us will pose the question to ourselves, “Do I really need this in my life?”
Do I Need a Water Ionizer?
So when it comes to a water ionizer, let’s consider three of the most popular reasons many people purchase one.
Hydration. Makes sense. We all need to drink water. Many people are reluctant to trust tap water or bottled water these days, but we all need to drink something! Hydrating with delicious, mineral-rich, hydrogen water, is possibly one of the best things you can do for your body.
Energy. From water?From the day you start drinking hydrogen
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire… Hang on. That’s not right. It’s not Christmas. Is it? Well, of course not, but that doesn’t stop us feeling pretty festive! Join us as we count down to our fabulous Christmas in July Water Ionizer Sale!
The Best Christmas Sale Ever – in July!
That’s right – alongside plans to hit the beach and slap on the sunscreen, you can pick up a Christmas bargain in our jaw-dropping sale!
The Tyent Water Ionizer Christmas in July sale is something pretty special. We have incredible deals on our water ionizer range with genuine bargains to make this summer your best yet!
Why not? I mean, what could go wrong? Well, like most products these days, there are definitely water ionizers that you should avoid!
A water ionizer is a fairly significant purchase for most households, and it’s worth spending a little time making sure you get the right one. So what are the five key points that you must consider before handing over your credit card?
Where is the Water Ionizer Made?
This matters so much. Cheap exports from China and Taiwan are slipping past border controls with fake “lead free” certification stickers on the boxes. Buy from a reputable, traceable company and don’t get blindsided by “bargains” that might put …
Well, is it? Of course not! That’s a little like asking if Chanel No. 5 is the only perfume. One of the first fragrances to gain international recognition and celebrity endorsement (Marilyn Monroe was a fan) — even the iconic No. 5 cannot claim to be the only true perfume out there. By the same token, Kangen Water is not the only ionized alkaline water!
A Brief History of Water Ionizers
Originating from Japan, Kangen ionizers were among the first domestic water ionizers to become widely available. Back then, there was little to no competition in the field. Now? It’s a very different story.
The phrase “you get what you pay for” is never truer than when applied to water ionizers. Search the internet and you’ll find that it’s possible to buy water ionizers pretty cheaply. Too cheaply, in many cases.
The Danger of Water Ionizers From China
Okay, the machine’s from China, but it has a certified “lead-free” sticker right there. You’re thinking it must be okay, right? Sorry, but no. To help grease the movement of cheap, potentially dangerous machines to the rest of the world, a thriving counterfeit “lead free” certification trade has sprung up to counter the entirely reasonable concern that many goods exported from China contain lead.