Boiling: Water is heated in the boiling chamber which kills viruses and bacteria and produces steam.
Evaporation/Venting: When steam rises, heavy metals and contaminants with a lower boiling point, like chlorine, remain behind, reducing VOCs.
Condensation: The steam condenses as it travels through the cooling coils.
Collecting / Dispensing: Distilled water is collected in a reservoir, and clear, refreshing water is ready to serve.
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