(after 3 minutes)
(after 30 minutes)
COMPARING OUR WATER TO TAP
Ophora water’s hyper-oxygenation is clearly visible when set adjacent to tap water. In the first image, only three minutes after being poured, a clear difference is evident. The tap water (left) yields minimum dissolved oxygen (DO) shown by its lack of bubbles, whereas Ophora Water (right) distinctly accumulates many bubbles due to its high DO content (50 ppm).
In the second image, after 30 minutes, the Ophora glass is entirely saturated in bubbles. The tap water remains unchanged. Ophora’s hyper-oxygenation is highly distinguishable by the content displayed here.