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How Your Water Ionizer Unit Works
The water ionizer unit about the size of a bread maker is an electronic water filter connected to your kitchen water supply to perform controlled low voltage electrolysis on tap water before you drink it or use it in the kitchen for cooking or cleaning.
A special attachment redirects tap water out of the faucet through a plastic hose into the water ionizer unit. Inside the unit the water is first filtered which helps to remove common pollutants found in city water. Then this filtered water passes into a chamber equipped with platinum-coated titanium electrodes. Here is where the electrolysis takes place.
Cations positive ions gather at the negative electrodes creating cathodic or reduced water. Anions negatively charged ions gather at the positive electrode to make anodic or oxidized water. By this electrolysis process the reduced water not only gains an excess amount of electrons (e-) but the H2O clusters are reduced in size from about 10 to 13 molecules per cluster to 5 to 6 molecules per cluster.
The reduced ionized water comes out of the faucet and the oxidized water comes out of a separate hose leading into the sink. You can use the reduced water for drinking or cooking. The oxidation potential of the oxidized water makes it a good sterilizing agent helpful for washing your hands cleaning food or kitchen utensils and treating minor wounds and eczema.