Types of water
This is a simple hero unit, a simple jumbotron-style component for calling extra attention to featured content or information.
By applying a heat source to vaporize water, distillation separates pure water from contaminants that have a higher boiling point.
The vapor then condenses and is collected.
Distilled water is often used in laboratories and for printing purposes as it is mineral free.
Using very high pressure, water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane.
Osmosis is the term that describes water’s tendency to go from a weaker saline solution to a stronger one.
This system reverses that natural process and gives the result of desalinated water free of lead, manganese, iron, calcium and chemicals including the dangerous municipal additive fluoride.
Ultra Clear water goes through the same process as our Reverse Osmosis but then is treated by the PX Energy System.
This system restores the natural charge that water loses to water treatment facilities, and pipelines.
Essentially taking lifeless water and returning it to its natural, energized state. T
his is, by far, our most popular product.