A water distiller is a device that purifies water by the process of distillation. It’s designed to remove impurities, contaminants, minerals, and other substances from water, providing you with clean and pure drinking water. Here’s how a water distiller typically works:
- Boiling: The water distiller heats tap water to its boiling point, causing it to vaporize and turn into steam. This process effectively kills bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that may be present in the water.
- Vaporization: The steam rises from the boiling chamber, leaving behind impurities and contaminants such as minerals, heavy metals, chemicals, and pollutants. These substances are typically left as residue in the boiling chamber.
- Condensation: The steam is then led into a cooling coil or chamber, where it is rapidly cooled and condenses back into liquid water. This condensed water is collected in a separate container, leaving behind the impurities and contaminants.
- Collection of Distilled Water: The purified water collected in the separate container is now distilled water. This water is typically free from most impurities, minerals, and contaminants, resulting in very pure, clean, and tasteless water.
Water distillers are often used in homes, laboratories, and various industrial settings to ensure the purity of the water used for drinking, medical purposes, and laboratory experiments. They are particularly effective at removing dissolved solids, heavy metals, and volatile organic compounds from water.
In this Water distiller it comes with a 7 gal holding tank. With 90 day warranty on parts!