Differences in water treatment processes-distilled water, mineral water, purified water-water treatment process

Natural mineral water refers to natural uncontaminated groundwater that naturally spews or is artificially mined from deep underground. After filtering, sterilizing and filling, it is rich in essential minerals and trace elements, which has a positive effect on human physiological functions.

Distilled water is heated and boiled to evaporate the water into gas, and the gas is condensed into sterile distilled water. It can remove heavy metals, bacteria and bacteria in water, but it cannot remove fluorescent substances, chlorine, chloroform, organics and radioactive ions. After drinking this water, it can cause some diseases and affect human health.

Pure water is also called pure water. Generally, it is taken from surface water, such as rivers and lakes or general groundwater. The water is clean and pure. Free of bacteria and organic pollutants, relatively low content of inorganic salts and trace elements. Purified water is prepared by intensive treatment by distillation, ion exchange, electrodialysis, reverse osmosis, and other appropriate physical treatment methods. It does not contain any additives and is directly drinkable water.

The characteristics of activated water not only meet the basic requirements of national drinking water hygiene standards, but also have some special functions that are beneficial to human health. According to different processing technologies and additional functions, the products currently on the market include mineralized water, magnetized water, electrolytic ion water, natural backwater and so on.

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