The Tyent MMP 7070 Turbo Water Ionizer initially filters the incoming water from the faucet through a carbon filter to remove the majority of particulates and bacteria. Soluble minerals in the water are not removed though, which is key to allowing the water ionizer to function correctly.
The water then passes into the ionization chamber, where it flows over plates that carry a small electric charge.
The Tyent 7070 Water Ionizer incorporates 7 ionization plates, comprising a large surface area for the ionization process. Because of the large surface area, they can be operated using a very small amount of electricity, thus lowering operating costs and extending the operating lifetime of the unit.
When the water flows over these electrically charged plates, the soluble minerals in it are attracted to either a positive pole or a negative pole, and is separated into acid (ph less than 7.0) and alkaline (pH greater than 7.0) streams. The beneficial effect of this process is that harmful minerals and mineral compounds such as fluoride tend to flow out with the acidic water, while the positive minerals generally flow out with the alkaline water.
The Tyent MMP 7070 Turbo Water Ionizer also allows you to vary the voltage used across the plates, which lets you control exactly how acidic or alkaline the output water will be, up to a pH of 10-12 or down to a pH of 2-3.
Water at the extreme ends of the available pH ranges is especially useful for cleaning or disinfecting.
Water that is slightly alkaline is generally thought to be more advantageous for the body’s health, and is perfect for drinking. Since it still retains minerals, unlike water produced by reverse osmosis, it will also taste great, and make your food and drinks also taste better.
The acid water produced by the Tyent MMP 7070 Turbo Water Ionizer can be utilized to rinse dishes before storage, to wash skin, and for general disinfectant tasks. Also the acid water can be used for watering plants, which will usually thrive, since it is very similar to rainwater, which is itself slightly acidic.