CORAL SPRINGS, FL--(Marketwired - October 24, 2013) - Union Dental Holdings, Inc. (UDHI) (http://www.uniondental.com/ir) - a Company that operates and manages a network of dentists throughout the United States for union members and exclusive US distributor for the US Dental Market for Drinkable Air products announced today that Drinkable Air, Inc. will showcase their upgraded Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG), the Chameleon 8 and Chameleon 8 Pro, on the Nationally televised show John Ratzenberger's American Made.
Drinkable Air and the Chameleon 8 Will Be on TV!
We're pleased to announce that Drinkable Air's facility and the Chameleon 8 AWG machine will be featured on actor John Ratzenberger's new TV series, John Ratzenberger's American Made.
You might remember John as Cliff Clavin (the mailman on Cheers), the voice of many Pixar characters, and the host of Made in America. See Drinkable Air's manufacturing facility, its workers and the Chameleon 8 on John Ratzenberger's American Made!
John loves this country and is proud to showcase American companies like Drinkable Air. You'll see the story behind the company including how it is built and the products which are developed from the existing technology. The series will also feature other great American companies and inspiring "Made in the USA" stories.
We already know Drinkable Air is a great place to work. Now the rest of America will too!
Get Cool Memorabilia, American-Made Products, and More!
Visit www.fundanything.com/americanmade, where John is promoting the show, to get great products from Drinkable Air as well as other proud American companies. You'll also find limited-edition TV show memorabilia and even the chance to participate in some great all-American events hosted by John himself.
The Chameleon 8 is an ideal fit for a dental office; delivering water which is drawn from humidity in the air and then ozonated for sterility. The effect of the ozonated water is anti-microbial in nature. The water from the Chameleon 8 is dispensed directly into reservoirs commonly used in today's dental offices to supply air/water syringes and high speed hand pieces with water spray. Last year OSHA placed a warning to all dentists about bacteria in their water lines after an 82 year old lady died from the bacteria in the dental water lines after she has visited her dentist for a procedure. Since then, there have been deaths and serious injuries in nursing homes from the same bacteria.
Steve Kairis, President and CEO of Drinkable Air stated: "We have actively worked with Dr. Green and Union Dental Holdings, Inc. over the past two years developing our patented technology for use in dental offices, operatories, and labs. We continue to explore the uses of ozonated water in the dental industry and are excited by the data published by the American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry for uses of ozone in the dental industry. All of our data confirms our belief that Drinkable Air's Eviroguard system is perfect for the dental market. With the work being done by Dr. Green with the ADA and the State of Florida Board of Dentistry we feel we are poised for explosive growth in this sector."
In addition, "We are proud to be a USA manufacturer and to be chosen to be featured on John Ratzenberger's American Made project. We are also honored to be a member of The Made in America Movement; an organization committed to educating the public on what it means to be Made in USA and how it positively impacts our economy and its recovery through jobs."
About Drinkable Air, Inc.
Drinkable Air, Inc. (a Florida corporation) offers to the U.S. and international markets atmospheric water generators ("AWG") which will enable people to enjoy 99.9% pure, clean water. The water supply is obtained from the humidity in the air that is condensed, processed and purified through a patented process. Drinkable Air's Chameleon line of AWG's is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution to the world's ever-growing need for pure, clean drinking water. The Company's proprietary EnviroGuard System prevents bacteria and viruses and purifies the water with an ozone process which oxygenates the water. This process keeps the water pure, fresh and great tasting at all times.
The market opportunity is vast and includes utilization in: Residential, Businesses, Commercial, Marina's, Municipalities, Industrial, Government, Humanitarian Relief and Developing Countries
About Union Dental Holdings, Inc., Direct Dental Services, Inc. and Union Dental Corp.
Direct Dental Services and Union Dental Corp. are wholly owned subsidiaries. Direct Dental Services provides dentists with "areas of exclusivity" to participate with various unions including the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), United Association of Plumbers and Pipe Fitters (UA) and The Association of Flight Attendants - Communications Workers of America (AFA-CWA). Direct Dental Services receives annual management fees from the dentists in exchange for practicing in these "areas of exclusivity" where CWA and IBEW members use the dentists' services. Union Dental manages a dental practice in Coral Springs, Florida.
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