Spring Aqua vs Distilled Water
Pure Like Spring Water
There are several mountain springs that attract millions of people annually due to the healing properties of the water. These are known as the “healing” or “curative” waters. Scientists studied the layers of rocks and water content so that we could deliver the ECO System (Mountain in A box) into your home professionally installed.
Drinking clean water is essential in promoting good health.
14 Filter Technology
14 filtration system, SGS Approved, removal of pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, heavy metals, bacteria, viruses, and chemicals. [C1]
Fresh Clean Water
Spring Aqua water is “fresh water” from the faucet, it is not “stored water” in a tank or a bottle. Simply pour the water into a glass in your kitchen and drink.
It does not waste and drain any water.
Energy Independent, no power is required, 100% natural flow from the water pressure coming from your home.
Simple to Maintain
A simple maintenance schedule of changing filters every 1600 gallons or 18 months will ensure the quality of drinking water.
Medical Grade Faucet
Faucet is SGS Certified Medical Surgical Grade 316-L Stainless steel. This prevents the leaching of the metal from the faucet into the drinking water.
Filters Customized by Region
Water quality is different region by region; therefore, filters are localized by region to accommodate the type of water in the local communities.
Professional Installation by a certified licensed, bonded, and insured contractor.
Standard purchase includes up to 15-year warranty.
Filters are certified up to 18 months before filter change is required. This process allows customers to receive the latest and newest improved filters models during filter change cycles.
Manufactured in an NSF certified facility. This guarantees the manufacturer is current on all sanitation and quality assurance processes.
Spring Aqua is SGS Certified and Tested
1.4ppm-1.6ppm in dissolved molecular hydrogen (H2). H2 is gaining significant attention from academic researchers, medical doctors, and physicians around the world for its recently reported therapeutic potential and a very strong antioxidant. [L1]
Alkaline water pH of 9.2-9.5. Blood that is slightly alkaline, or 7.35 to 7.45, is optimal for proper body functions. Most people with an imbalance are too acidic which can cause a variety of health ailments. By drinking alkaline water is an attempt to help balance the body’s pH. [L2]
Cooking and Drinking Water
pH of 7.8-8.2 left side faucet water for drinking coffee, tea, and the application of cooking with clean water.
By drinking water that contains fewer molecules, or micro-clustered you can hydrate your body more quickly and effectively, enhance energy levels, improve your overall aerobic capacity and health and prevent premature aging. [L3]
Minerals added back into water as Micro-Nutrients. The Maifan Stone is a special mineral rock used in Chinese Medicine is purified at high temperature to remove impurities, therefore leaving it in the pure crystal form. It is known for some of its trace minerals like calcium, iron, copper, zinc, magnesium, and selenium. [L4]
Distilled water is water that has been boiled into vapor and condensed back into liquid in a separate container. Impurities in the original water that do not boil below or at the boiling point of water remain in the original container. Thus, distilled water is one type of purified water. [P1]
Bottled distilled water can usually be found in supermarkets or pharmacies, and home water distillers are available as well. Water purification, such as distillation, is especially important in regions where water resources or tap water is not suitable for ingesting without boiling or chemical treatment. Municipal water supplies almost always contain trace components at levels which are regulated to be safe for consumption. Some other components such as trace levels of aluminum may result from the treatment process (see water purification). Fluoride and other ions are not removed through conventional water filter treatments. However, distillation eliminates most impurities. Distilled water is also used for drinking water in arid seaside areas lacking sufficient freshwater, via desalination of seawater. [C2]
Distilled water is any water that has been filtered utilizing distillation. There are numerous kinds of distillation, yet all of them rely upon isolating parts of a mixture from the different boiling points. More or less, water is heated to its boiling point. The water is purified by boiling the water and gathering the steam. Chemicals found in the water that boil at low temperature are gathered and disposed. Likewise, any substances that remain after the water has evaporated, they are also disposed. The water that is gathered in this way has is much cleaner than the first liquid. The distillation process expels most polluting contaminants, so it is a reasonable method for water treatment. [C3]
In chemical and biological laboratories, as well as in industry, cheaper alternatives such as deionized water are preferred to distilled water. But if these alternatives are not pure enough, distilled water is used. If exceptionally high purity water is required, double distilled water is used. In general, non-purified water could cause or interfere with chemical reactions as well as leave mineral deposits after boiling away. One method of removing impurities from water and other fluids is distillation. [S1]
Almost all water has some impurities in it. These impurities can include: minerals, nutrients, contaminants. Distilled water has had these impurities removed through boiling and evaporation. Some people think distilled water tastes flat because it lacks: metals, minerals, other inorganic compounds. In essence, distilled water is not very different from other purified water. The only thing that differs is the way the water is purified. There are many municipalities in seaside communities that use distillation facilities to treat the water from the ocean, which is then used as drinking water. The main risks of drinking only distilled water are associated with the lack of dissolved minerals, such as magnesium and calcium. Some of the adverse effects of drinking just distilled or low mineral water include: a flat taste that many people find unappealing, leading to reduced water consumption, a decrease in the body's metabolic function, an increase in urine output that could result in electrolyte imbalance. [S2]
Distillation removes all minerals from water, and the membrane methods of reverse osmosis and nanofiltration remove most, or virtually all, minerals. This results in demineralized water, which has not been proven to be healthier than drinking water. The World Health Organization investigated the health effects of demineralized water in 1982, and its experiments in humans found that demineralized water increased diuresis and the elimination of electrolytes, with decreased serum potassium concentration. [L5]
The drinking of purified water as a replacement for drinking water has been both advocated and discouraged for health reasons. Purified water lacks minerals and ions such as calcium that play key roles in biological functions such as in nervous system homeostasis and are normally found in potable water. The lack of naturally occurring minerals in distilled water has raised some concerns. The Journal of General Internal Medicine published a study on the mineral contents of different waters available in the US. The study found that "drinking water sources available to North Americans may contain high levels of calcium, magnesium, and sodium and may provide clinically important portions of the recommended dietary intake of these minerals". It encouraged people to "check the mineral content of their drinking water, whether tap or bottled, and choose water most appropriate for their needs". Since distilled water is devoid of minerals, mineral intake through diet is needed to maintain good health. [L5]
Distillation process does not micro-cluster the water and produce hydrogren water.
[P1] Wikipedia on Distilled Water: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distilled_water
[C1] Spring Aqua SGS Certification https://www.springaqua.com/certification
[C2] Wikipedia on Distilled Water: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distilled_water
[S1] Wikipedia on Distilled Water: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distilled_water
[S2] Medical News Today https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/317698.php
[L1] Molecular Hydrogen Institute: Hydrogen as an emerging gas. http://www.molecularhydrogeninstitute.com/hydrogen-an-emerging-medical-gas
[L2] Merck Manuals Online Medical Library
[L3] News USA: What Is Micro-Clustered Water and Why You Should Be Drinking It. http://www.newsusa.com/articles/article/what-is-micro-clustered-water-and-why-you-should-be-drinking-it.aspx
[L4] Minerals: What Minerals is in Spring Aqua Water https://www.springaqua.com/minerals
[L5] Wikipedia on Distilled Water: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distilled_water