Water Distillers

A water distiller is a device used to purify water by a process called distillation.

Distillation is a method of separating components of a liquid mixture based on differences in their boiling points. This process involves boiling the liquid mixture, capturing the vapor, and then condensing the vapor back into a liquid state.

In the context of water purification, water distillers heat the water to its boiling point, causing it to evaporate and form vapor. The vapor rises and is collected in a separate chamber, leaving behind impurities, minerals, and other substances with higher boiling points. The collected vapor from the water distillers are then cooled and condensed back into liquid form, resulting in distilled water that is 99.9% free from all contaminants, minerals, and other dissolved substances.

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Water distillation is a reliable method for producing high-purity water, as it effectively removes a wide range of impurities, including bacteria, viruses, minerals, heavy metals, and other dissolved solids.

Water distillers are commonly used in various applications, such as laboratories, medical facilities, homes, and industries where high-purity water is required. They come in different sizes and designs, ranging from small countertop units for household use to larger commercial or industrial systems.