Process Distilled Water

1st July 2010 0 By Camasu

By camasu

Distilled water 

It was once thought that distilled water heated faster than ordinary tap water so it was considered dangerous by many people. It has been proven that this is not the case and that distilled is just like regular tap water when heated up.
Industrial distilled water systems
Efficient thermal separation with minimum product decomposition and maximum product quality; these are results you can expect using the process for distillation, evaporation, concentration, separation, purification or deodorization. Performance is far superior to flash evaporators, falling film stills, rotary evaporators and similar equipment, in any processing application where heat-sensitivity is a factor.
Distilled water is when all the impurities are removed from the water by what is known as desolation. You distill water by boiling it. From the boiled water the steam that is produced is captured into a sterile container and condensed back into liquid. A lot of companies have looked at cheaper ways to purify water, with one of the methods being to deionise water. Such methods, which are used by many, do not completely purify the water.
Distilled water is used in a lot of everyday things – cooling systems for vehicles, lead acid batteries, and steam irons.
Tap water contains such chemicals as chlorine and chloramine. It is expensive to buy gallons and gallons of distilled water, te only way can save money by distilling their own water, by improvising although this does mean spending the time to do it. You need to find a way to boil the water by using either a gas or electric stove. Any cooking utensil can be used to heat the water in. You will also need to find a way to capture the steam and cool it, as copper tubing in a long spiral shape is typically used in a cooler. Copper is a fatal substance for invertebrates which live in coral reef, so tubing made of some other material will be required. You can always a pan and two lids if you cannot get a spiral tube of any kind. Once water boils you will see the condensation on the lids from the pot – this is what is known as distilled water. With the second lid, cover the pot and then the condensed can be poured into a cup. Continue this process until you have enough water for your tank. You need patience for this long process.