- Water bottle
- Discharge cap
- Bottle cap
- Main power wire
- Chamber cleaning powder
- Instruction manual
Why Distilled Water?
The Present Condition of Water:
Most people get their water from the household tap. This water originates from lakes, rivers, streams, and underground sources. The majority of water goes through a cleaning system at a local water treatment plant. However, many harmful pollutants and water borne diseases are present in the finished treated water
Fifty percent of the US population uses water that, in part, is made up of recently discharged wastewater. And like the treatments for drinking water, wastewater treatments do not remove many of the toxic substances.
According to scientists from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI), it has been estimated that between 60 to 80 percent of all cancer is caused by chemicals in the air we breathe, the food we eat, and the water we drink. The NCI expressed concern over 20 years ago that increases in carcinogens in water and our inability to remove them could result in serious exposure of the general population.
What is distilled water?
Distilled water is water which has been heated to the boiling point so that impurities are separated from the water which itself becomes vapor or steam. It is then condensed back into pure liquid form. The impurities remain in the residue which is simply thrown away. Distilled water contains no solids, minerals or trace elements, and has no taste. Distillation removes the debris, bacteria, and other contaminants.
Listen below to the 13 min presentation
explaining “pure water”
Power usage: 750wCapacity: 4 litersRate of distillation: 2 Liters per HourBoiling Chamber: Stainless steelBoiling Chamber Cap: Stainless steel