How Do Our Water Ionizer Machines Work?
Positively charged ions gather at the negative electrode to create “reduced water”, which concentrates available alkaline minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium from the source. This clean, healthy micro-clustered, alkaline ionized water is drawn for drinking and cooking uses, through the main stainless steel spout. This is ideal for drinking and cooking.
Negatively charged ions gather at the positive electrode to make oxidized water, which concentrates acid minerals such as nitrates, sulfides, chlorides, and fluorides from the source. This acid ionized water also has a myriad of external uses. It is discharged into the sink when not needed.
First, the water ionizer machines filter out any harmful contaminants in the water with a built-in filter (PJ-6000) that removes things like chlorine, trihalomethanes, phenols, sediment, odor and organic waste.
Second, the filtered water passes into an electrolysis chamber (Chanson water ionizer machines use double dipped platinum-coated titanium “plates” or electrodes). A small electric current passes between plates that ionize or split the molecules (H2O) into two “ions,” a negatively charged hydroxyl ion (-OH) and positively charged hydrogen ion ( H).
This then gets separated into two streams;
There Are Two Different Kinds Of Water Produced By Our Water Ionizer Machines
Alkaline (lots of –OH ions) and acidic (lots of H ions). We drink the alkaline water, which is now rich in –OH ions and therefore is a powerful antioxidant and we use the acid water externally for skin, healing, plants and sanitizing. During this process, the healthy, beneficial minerals in the water are retained in the alkaline water you drink while the unhealthy minerals like fluoride flow out with the acid water.
The negatively charged electrode (Alkaline) produces a large amount of (-e) electrons and will be present in the water we are drinking, whereas the positively charged electrode(Acidic) produces (-e) electrons as well, but have been sucked back to the positive charge plate/electrode. Therefore, acidic water does not contain any (-e) electrons and is high in oxidants or free radicals. The higher the negative ORP of the higher the electron count. The more positive the ORP the higher the oxidation factor.