Distilled Water

100% Steam Double Distilled Water

100% Steam Double Distilled Water

AQUA ONE Double distilled water 100 steam is free of bacteria, viruses, heavy metals (like lead, arsenic, mercury & many others) chlorine, Sodium, potassium, Magnesium, phosphorous, other minerals & chemicals.

AQUA ONE Distilled water is produced by a process of distillation and has an electrical conductivity of not more than 10 µS/cm and total dissolved solids of less than mg/liter. Distillation involves boiling the water and then condensing the vapor into a clean container, leaving solid contaminants behind & produce very pure water. Distillation is extremely effective at the removal of bacteria, viruses & often used in areas at high risk of waterborne diseases.

Double distilled water is commonly use for cleaning of a critical space shuttle boards, circuits, sensitive parts & devices used in cars and trucks and for other applications. The presence of foreign ions commonly found in tap water will drastically shorten the lifespan of a lead-acid battery.

Distilled water is preferable to tap water for use in automotive cooling systems. Using distilled water in appliances which evaporate water, such as steam irons and humidifiers, can reduce the build-up of mineral scale, which shortens appliance life. Distilled water is used in freshwater and marine aquariums. Since it does not contain impurities such as copper and chlorine, it helps to the marine life free from diseases and avoids the build-up of algae on aquarium plants due to its lack of phosphate and silicate.

Distilled water is very often used in many cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, PC water, cooling and Laser marking systems. The lack of impurity in the water means that the system stays clean and prevents a buildup of bacteria and algae. Also, the low conductance reduces the risk of electrical damage in the event of a leak.

Distillation Process

Distillation is a technique in which the different components of the mixtures are separated out on the basis of their boiling point difference or in scientific terminologies the separation technique which is based on the relative volatility differences. In simplest form of distillation the mixture of different components is inserted into the distillation column/chamber and heat is provided to the mixture due to which the temperature of the mixture at particular pressure rises and the component having the lowest boiling point among them start to boil and forms vapors. The vapor formed is of that particular pure component having pure composition are further condensed to the liquid form and collected as a pure component. The component left behind is the pure component of the second substance present in that mixture which was having the higher boiling point or lesser relative volatility. In this way, the water along with the impurities is heated up in the distillation column. Water being the more volatile component rises to form vapors and is condensed to get the pure water leaving behind  salts, ions and other impurities.

Flow diagram of double distilled water process

This is the simple process flow diagram depicting the double distillation process. In this flow diagram, fresh water is obtained from the natural resources and is pumped to the first distillation column where its impurities are removed and the vapors obtained are condensed to pure water in liquid state. This pure water is again pumped to the second distillation column where again the same process is carried out and the water is purified up to maximum possible extent leaving behind the rest of the impurities pure water is obtained as a product.

The diagram here depicts the process and assembly for the distillation of water. In this diagram, the fresh water is taken into the beaker which is placed on the heater. The water is not allowed to be in direct contact with the heater, but the gradual heating is caused by placing it into the sand bath.

The assembly is provided in which the water when reaches at its boiling point the vapors are formed. Thermometer is installed for the regular checks and measurement of the temperature. Vapors containing only water then pass to the condenser in which cold water is injected through the inlet and withdrawn from the room outlet. Vapors are condensed in the condenser and are collected into the beaker assembly installed.

Double Distilled Water is available is 3.78, 10, 18.79, 20, 200, 500, 1000, 5000, 10000, 50000 & 100000 liters in stainless steel tanks, Pillow Bags, Poly Carbonated & high density polyethylene & liner polyethylene bottles, containers, barrels & totes. 

Glass Bottles are available in  11.35 & 18.79 Liter bottles.

More sizes 500 ml Liters, 1 liter & 1.5 liters will be available soon.





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