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What Is Distilled Water
Distilled water is water that has been heated to the boiling point so that impurities are separated from the water, which itself becomes vapor or steam. Steam is then condensed back into pure liquid form. The impurities remain as residue and are removed. Monark Distillation Systems remove waterborne biological contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, organic and inorganic chemicals, heavy metals, volatile gases, cysts and other contaminants. Distilled water contains virtually no dissolved solids, minerals or trace elements. It is clean, natural and healthy. Steam distilled water is the standard by which all other waters are measured.
Distilled Water & The Hydrologic Cycle
Heat from the sun causes water from the oceans, the rivers and other surface water to evaporate and rise to form clouds. During condensation the precipitates fall as rain, snow and dew which are not safe for human consumption as they have been contaminated in the air and on the the ground. The rain and snow absorb pollution in the air as they fall to give us clear blue skies.
Distillation imitates the Hydrologic Cycle to produce pure, safe and clean water in a total enclosed water distiller unit to prevent any possibilities of contamination.
The Monark Water Distillation Process
Distillation effectively removes contaminants such as suspended particles, infective organisms, dissolved metals and solids, chemicals and industrial solvents and VOCs to give you sparking clean, pure, crystal clear water. 

1. Ordinary tap water is heated to 100 C to start the evaporisation process.
2. The rising steam is condensed in a stainless steel coil by the cooling fan to turn the steam into pure water.
3. Volatile gases that may be present during condensation are released into the atmosphere through the gas vent.
4. The distilled water then percolates through an activated carbon filter to remove any remaining traces of dissolved gas and odours.
5. The purified water is collected in a reservoir tank.
6. At the end of each distillation process, all the impurities and contaminants (also called precipitates) are left behind in the stainless steel boiler tank.
7. Regular cleaning of the boiler tank and proper maintenance of the distiller unit are essential for efficient distillation performance.








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