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The processes of distilling water involves boiling H20 at extremely high temperatures in a still until vapor forms. The gas is then condensed in a separate container where it transforms into pure liquid a.k.a. distilled water. This is a very expensive method of purification, as it requires a lot of electricity to convert water into steam. Demineralised water undergoes a completely different purification process compared to distillation. It also delivers a much purer result and is more cost-effective to produce.

 


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Distilled water can be used for a number of things. Refer to our blog page which highlights many uses for the water.

 


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We do not recommend distilled water for human consumption.


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We have 10L, 20L and 1000L of Distilled Water

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The Distilled Water Company pirdes itself on its prompt and efficient service and should you purchase either via on our site or through one of our sales team before 12.00pm we guarantee same day dispatch, as long as the goods are in stock

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Distilled water has an oddly flat taste due to the lack of ions and minerals you are accustomed to in regular bottled water.

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They undergo a purification process. This process eliminates chemicalsm inorganic minerals and impurities.