I was looking up information on WebMD recently about the different types of water. Certain types of equipment mention using distilled water specifically. I was surprised at the information I found and thought it would be interesting to share. Summarily it stated that:
It’s steam from boiling water that has been cooled and returned to the liquid state. Salt, minerals and other organic materials have been removed from the boiling process.
This is water that comes straight from the faucet. It may usually have been disinfected with chlorine and sediments removed.
Filtered water is tap water that has been strained through filters to remove chlorine and other bacteria based on targeted chemicals.
This is water that is free of microbes and chemicals through the process of reverse osmosis. This is achieved by forcing water through a membrane to get rid of chemicals, minerals and microbes. Other methods of purifying water is described in the WebMD article.
Though not specifically discussed in the initial article that the other types of water were mentioned in, Spring Water should definitely be mentioned in this conversation. Spring Water is also known as Mineral Water…although mineral water can also be made artificially by adding salts and other items back to distilled water. This water comes from natural springs where moving underground water is used without processing.
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We’re going on a few years now talking about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Mr. Rick Snyder is still Governor; the water is still a poison brown in color—and apparently still causing rashes (according to citizens) when used to bathe in.
In my opinion, this water situation should have been over, done and finished no more than a month after it was discovered to be a problem. Flint should not still be known for the city with the disastrous water problem. By now, it should have been Read More
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