Mineral Water Brands & Content (PPM)
What's in your favorite drinking water? How much mineral content does one brand have compared with others? This infographic shows 13 popular brands of drinking water along with their mineral content expressed in ppm (parts per million.)
Well water and tap water mineral content varies widely from location to location. It can have total mineral content similar to the bottled water shown above or even much higher concentrations.
In contrast to these well-known mineral water brands, Thank You Silver has a mineral content of only 10 ppm. That's less than 1% of some bottled water! Thank You Silver isn't meant to be used as drinking water, so this comparison mainly shows how extremely dilute the silver content is within structured silver water.
The magic of Thank You Silver is in the structure of the molecules, not high mineral concentration!
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10ppm Silver: How Tiny is 10ppm?
10ppm (parts per million) is an extremely tiny amount. 10ppm is just 0.001%, a number that is difficult to intuitively grasp. Yet, that is how little silver is found within Thank You Silver!
This infographic shows how 10ppm translates more common and well-known comparatives. For example, when 10ppm is applied to time, did you know that 10ppm of one year equals under six minutes?
How's that for a miniscule fraction?
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Thank You in 100 Languages
How do you say "thank you" in foreign languages? How is "thank you" translated into Spanish, Korean, German, or Japanese?
People around the world express gratitude in many different ways. Most of these languages have distinctive words, such as grazie (Italian), merci (French), asante (Swahili), tualumba (Tonga), dhanyawaad (Hindi), miigwetch (Ojibwe), and go raibh maith agat (Irish.) These simple words of thanks are among our world's favourites!
How many of these various languages can you pronounce? How many translations can you remember or use on a moment's notice?
Silver in 100 Languages
How many translations for silver do you know? Ever hear of perak, rihi, argent, plata, faddi, hopea, or zilar? These are just a handful of the many names for silver used by people around the globe.
How many of these translations did you know beforehand? Now you can say silver in 100 languages!
10 PPM (Parts Per Million) Visualized
Thank You Silver has 10 parts per million (ppm) of silver within water, but what does that really mean? How dilute is 10 ppm?
By way of comparison to other more familiar forms of water, it is extremely dilute. Extreme numbers are difficult to appreciate on an intuitive level. This chart shows how miniscule 10 ppm really is in context.