How do I choose a water treatment system?
Available water treatment systems include distillation, reverse osmosis, carbon filters, ultraviolet lights, etc. All water is different, ranging from well water to municipal water supply. If you are on well water we may ask for an analysis, if you have one, so we are as informed as possible about your situation. There may be high iron content causing staining of fixtures, clothing, etc., or H2S causing smelly water in the home or hardness concerns. Hardness is a concern of many municipal water supplies, as well.
Water distillers provide the purest form of drinking water available. Distillation is the only process that removes more than 99% of contaminants, chemicals, impurities, and pollutants. Distillation produces steam, which is the only way to kill and eliminate bacteria and viruses by leaving them behind in the boiling chamber. No other water treatment process is as effective or reliable. Distillation does not rely on physical barriers that can break down or fail. The operation of a water distiller is not affected by changes in the water supply, such as low or varying pressures, temperatures, or PH levels.
Water distillers produce very little waste water and are energy-efficient, consistently producing high-quality, pure water. They are extremely durable, trouble-free appliances that require a minimum of service and maintenance for many years of efficient and effective operation. If you have further questions about water purification or if you would like information sent in the mail, please contact us.