[Homeroast] Distilled H2O

Dave dbcraw at gmail.com
Mon Jun 10 12:25:28 CDT 2013


He's made up his mind. Stop trying to confuse him with facts.

Dave

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It's just not worth chewing through the leather straps


On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 9:24 AM, Mike Koenig <koenig.mike at gmail.com> wrote:

> Raybob,
>
> I'm trying not to sound arrogant or preacy here, but please know that you
> are trying to argue science and water purification with a number of us who
> have extensive first-hand knowledge and experience in this field, and don't
> try to convince us that there is some "magic" going on with distillation
> that makes it better or more pure than high-purity water produced by RO
> and/or deionization (often called 18-megohm water due to the electrical
> resistance of completely pure water).    You might be better served by
> opening your mind and listening to those of us who know a thing or two,
> rather than thinking you know better.
>
> In the world of water purification, single steam distillation is pretty
> lousy, and won't remove volatile organic components (benzene, to use your
> example,  being one of them, though it's almost never a problem in
> municipal tap water).   Your comment about "drinking all that benzene"
> makes it very clear that you have been fed a lot of conspiracy theories and
> propaganda by someone, and that you don't really know the subject very
> well.
>
> --mike
>
>
>
>
>
> >>
> >>  Not according to the link you just provided.. It says:
> > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> > Distilled water, obtained from the condensation of steam, is of better
> > quality because distillation eliminates all of the sediment and most of
> the
> > inorganic solutes. Organic contaminants and some of the inorganic
> > contaminants remain.
> >
> > Deionized water is produced by running tap water through a resin
> cartridge
> > or series of them. A home deionizing system might simply replace divalent
> > cations with sodium ions, producing what is commonly known as “soft”
> water.
> > Laboratory deionized water is usually treated so as to remove both
> cations
> > and anions, which are exchanged for hydrogen and hydroxyl ions
> > respectively. Deionized water is often of better quality than distilled
> > water although on the downside, the resins used in the cartridges may
> > release organic contaminants into the water.
> > +++++++++++++++++++
> >
> > FIrst, I'd like to know just what "Organic contaminants and some of the
> > inorganic contaminants remain", in pure H2O? Also RO doesn't remove any
> of
> > the benzine in the tap water. How in the world, could you even sleep
> after
> > drinking all that benzine? Again, could you, for all those that are
> > curious, taste test coffee made with pure distilled water compared to
> your
> > RO tap water? I know which is better but you won't even try?
> >
> >
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