RO Water vs. Distilled Water: Which one is better?
| Robin Collins
Distilled Water is produced through the process of distillation. Basically, during the process of distillation, the pure H2O turns into steam firstly, and then capturing and condensing it back into liquid in a separate container. In this case, contaminants can be left behind.
Reverse Osmosis Water, is produced through the process of making molecules move from lower-concentration region to higher-concentration region, which uses pressure to filter water.
Both filtration methods are considered as effective ways to filter water nowadays. But which one is better?
Distilled water is not completely safe
There are many VOCs found in the distilled water. This is because their boiling point is usually lower than that of pure water. It means that when the water gets heated, the VOCs boil off first, then the pure water next. Therefore, distilled water cannot remove harmful VOCs. It is significant to have extra filtration procedure to get rid of VOCs
RO water gets rid of 95-99 percent of all dissolved salts, bacteria, and heavy metals. Reverse Osmosis especially good at filtering lead, mercury, calcium, iron, and asbestos. It can trap particles as small as 0.001 microns, 100,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair. What's more important, RO does a better job in reducing VOCs from your water supply!
Frizzlife RO System gives you peace of mind of knowing the your daily drinking water is truly ultra-pure. No More VOCs.