Ionized water FAQs continued
By using some additives and putting them into the water, you can make the water alkaline, but this is not the ionized water any more. The effectiveness of the alkaline water will be reduced more than twice. When you use the water ionizer machine, you are charging the water and making a natural anti-oxidant from it. Continue reading
Consumers of alkaline ionized water often ask questions concerning water ionizer machines. Some of these water ionizers FAQs are the following:
1. How does the ionization process take place?
For example, water from the tap is run through the negative and positive electrodes where ionization takes place. The ionized water is thereafter separated into ionized acidic and ionized alkaline water.
2. Does one need a plumber to install the water ionizer machine?
Most water ionizer machines come with manuals with simple instructions on how to install them. They come with a diverter kit that fits to all standard kitchen faucets. A plumber should be called only when one experiences problems while fitting the machine. Continue reading
There is a number of ionized water FAQs. Some of these questions are:
This is one of the most common ionized water FAQ. This water is obtained as a result of ionization process. Ionization makes the water to lose or gain an electron to become either acidic or alkaline. When it is alkaline, it has many hydroxyl ions, and people drink this water, whereas the acidic water has many hydrogen ions and is not suitable for human consumption, but is used outside our bodies and on plants.
What is the ionized water pH level?
The degree of activity of hydrogen ions in water determines the pH value and Continue reading