The Science Behind TyentUSA’s Filtration Excellence

Ionized water has a long history in some parts of the world. Filters and water ionizers have been used in parts of Asia for centuries. Water filtration and ionization are becoming popular across North America and Western Europe. A water ionizer works by dividing the stream of water passing through a faucet into two streams to remove pollutants from the healthy benefits of water.

What is the Filtration and Water Ionization Process?

A water filtration and ionizer is used in kitchens for commercial and residential purposes. The two-step process occurs in a single unit, with filters and ionizers housed within. The process begins with water pushed into the bottom of the unit and upward through a filter. The filtered water has a range of pollutants removed, including chlorine, odor, and organic matter.

The filtered water passes to the second step in the filtration and ionization process. The second step is to pass the filtered water through an electrolysis chamber. The electrolysis chamber uses positively and negatively charged electrodes to remove the acidic qualities of water and push the water with alkaline qualities to the homeowner. The water is divided into two, the first being acidic water and the second alkaline.

What is Different About Alkaline Water?

The benefits of alkaline water include its ability to fight the aging process. Alkaline water takes the unstable elements of magnesium and calcium and frees them from the grip of acidic water qualities. Magnesium and calcium combine with hydroxyl from a water molecule and create hydrogen. The release of hydrogen in alkaline water positively affects the human body.

What are the Benefits of Alkaline Water? Alkaline water has multiple benefits over traditional faucet water. The benefits of alkaline water include its ability to fight acidic buildup in the body and anti-oxidant. The anti-oxidant nature of alkaline water makes it a popular anti-aging option. One of the main reasons for the popularity of alkaline water is its better taste, which encourages people to enjoy faucet water.

About the author

Carlisle Edwards (Sr. Writer, Water Filtration) writes our content on water filtration, reverse osmosis, and avoiding waterborne contamination. He has experience in water and food safety and conducts microbiology research. He’s WaterAudit’s resident sports fan, and loves cheering on his local LA Galaxy soccer team.