STEP 1: FILTRATION
Water enters the ionizer through an inlet port the unit and is first filtered to remove common pollutants, particulate matter, chlorine, odor and organic matter present in tap water.
STEP 2: ELECTROLYSIS [ Water Ionization ]
The water then flows through an electrolysis chamber which contains positively and negatively charged platinum-covered titanium electrodes. These electrodes ionize the soluble minerals in the water: positively charged ions gather at the cathode (negative electrode) to create alkaline water, also referred to as “reduced water” while negatively charged ions gather at the anode (positive electrode) to make acid water, also known as “oxidized water”.
• ALKALINE WATER, which comes out of the top spout on the ionizer, is the fraction that we drink and cook with. It contains a high concentration of positively charged minerals that are beneficial for our health, such as calcium, potassium, and magnesium.
• ACIDIC WATER, which is dispensed through the bottom hose or spout, is used externally for cleaning and disinfecting the skin and household surfaces. It is discharged into the sink when it is not needed or saved for later use.