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How does your tap water become alkaline water?


The external high-grade filter removes dust, rust, dirt, sand, and suspended particles to produce clean water.


The electrolysis process involves passing an electric current through the water to separate the water into positive and negative ions. The electrolysis process takes place in the electrolysis chamber containing oppositely charged electrode plates.

What does the ionization process do?
  • Replace the soluble acid in your drinking water with trace minerals like calcium, potassium, magnesium, and sodium. It turns your drinking water into great-tasting alkaline water.
  • Reduce the electron millivolts (mv) charge of your water, which creates an ORP, or Negative Oxidation Reduction Potential. This turns your water into the highest antioxidant liquid on our planet.
  • In the ionization process, we especially use platinum-coated titanium plates.
  • Break large water clusters into smaller clusters or "micro-clusters" (4 per cluster), which increases the hydration of your body.
  • It works by converting your body to an alkaline state, in which sickness and disease cannot thrive.
  • No usage of the chemical substance in the process.

What makes alkaline water different?

We believe in a world where everyone has access to clean, safe, and healthy water.

Water is a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen. That's why you call it H2O. The pH level of water determines its acidity. This ranges from 0 to 14. A pH value of 7 is considered neutral. The number "seven" is considered neutral or a balance between acidity and alkalinity. If the pH value of water is less than 7, it is "acidic," and if it's higher than 7, then it is "alkaline."