Some may argue about different kinds of water and the best water to drink, but we at Pure Water believe that the best water is distilled water. Why? Distilled water is purified through a natural process of heating water to create steam, and as the steam rises, it leaves nearly all particles and contaminants behind. As it condenses, clean drops of H2O molecules are formed and collected. Our water distillation systems mirror the hydrologic cycle where the water warms, evaporates, and falls as rain.
Why is Distilled Water Superior to Filtered Water or RO Water?
Filtered water only removes some of the particles and contaminants. It’s true that filtered water generally looks, smells, and tastes better, but it can still contain harmful contaminants. A Reverse Osmosis system is a series of filters and membranes that treat water under pressure, resulting in cleaner water than a simple filter pitcher. However, wasting water to treat water does not seem like the optimal way, and besides, why get semi-clean water when you can have pure water? If you care about yourself, your family, and friends, you only want to serve the best water. The most pristine drinking water is distilled water. Learn more about the differences between distillation and reverse osmosis.
Do You Get Minerals from Water?
Some people wrongly assume that you get minerals like calcium and magnesium from drinking water. In reality, the type of calcium and magnesium found in water are inorganic as they are from soil and rocks. Therefore your body cannot readily absorb them for nutrition. Plants can get minerals from soil and water; then, they go through photosynthesis, converting them to organic minerals. For this reason, we should seek minerals from food. If you do not feel you have a varied enough diet to get all your nutrients, you may want to consider supplements (under your doctor’s guidance). The critical thing to remember is that water is not a good source of minerals for nutrients.
Does Distilled Water Taste Funny?
If you ask most people, they might say that distilled water is what you put in your iron, and they get it in gallon jugs from the grocery store. It smells like a plastic jug, and it’s stale. Pure Water Distillers produce water that is both clean and refreshing. There is no plastic jug taste. If you are one of those people that don’t like drinking water, get ready to be amazed. Pure Water Distillers produce water that has no taste, no smell, and no color. It is perfectly clear, thirst-quenching water, and wait until you see the crystal clear ice!
What’s in Tap Water?
Tap water may contain several contaminants but below specific levels set by the EPA. We encourage you to look at your municipal water website for information about testing and water quality. While it is deemed generally safe for most people, it may not be as clean as you would hope. In addition to that, your tap water could become contaminated through water main breaks or industrial activities. Many people don’t know about the problems until they’ve already ingested some of the contaminants. Remember the lead problem that Flint, Michigan, faced? Protect yourself by distilling water for cooking, baking, coffee, tea, and, of course, for drinking.
The Right Choice for the Health-Conscious Consumer
If you are searching for the best water to drink, then you are likely a health-conscious individual. We can say wholeheartedly that distilled water from Pure Water distillers is the right choice. You don’t have to worry about what’s in your tap water, you don’t have to buy bottled water, which adds to environmental issues, and you don’t have to compromise with pitcher filters reverse osmosis.
What is the Best Water Distiller?
Without a doubt, after fifty years and thousands of customers, including governments, food processors, hospitals, apartment buildings, and homeowners, we believe that our made-in-the-USA water distillers are far superior to cheap plastic models that are manufactured overseas. Pure Water Distillers heat the water to precisely the right temperature, never allowing the boiling tank to run dry, concentrating the steam that becomes the drinking water. Moreover, those cheap models will likely last only a few short years, while Pure Water distillers will last for many years to come. We also sell water distiller parts, so we are ready to help if you need to replace a part.
If you are interested in a water distiller and would like to explore payment options, please visit our financing page. Pure Water distillers pay for themselves very quickly and are an excellent investment in your health.