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Unread Messageby discus62 » 18/07/08, 12:11

Hello,
I maintain that there are many cartridges to mineralize water (you just have to type "cartridge remineralization" in google and you will find)

More water output menbrane hardly contains more minerals which are nevertheless essential for good health (not seulemant salt).

And I would know what a complete device and the difference with the equipment used in the aquarium.
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Unread Messageby fabio.gel » 18/07/08, 15:22

little sparrow wrote:Bonjour,

Tap water (not filtered)
pH = 7.6 (ideal)
Chlorine = 1.6 (there)

Water of my fountain (filtered)
pH = 7.4 (barely perceptible difference, or assay reagent unequal?)
Chlorine = 1.3 (same remark as for pH)


hi Citro,
I do not know what the composition of your cartridge filtration .... but I hope it is not activated charcoal .. !! ??
because such a result on chlorine is absolutely not consistent with activated carbon, which rightly has very good efficacy about it .. !!

but this filter is presented in "double action" (sediment + chlorine) ..., very puzzled in the light of this result before / after .............


@ Justemilieu ....;

I have already spoken suffisemment ... I'm not going to repeat every time ...
I said, after all .. "all ideas" ... and everyone thinks what he wants .......
If you want more information, more precisely, just you seek information from experts on the issue .....
(Not the aquarium ..)


@ Fabio.gel;

careful not to generalize a particular case, especially when one does not know the type of the device, its exact composition, its quality and performance levels, its use ....
because "bad" devices ..., it exists ... (counterfeit, low-end Chinese device ..), but without denying the case presented here and its impacts ....., it is not reasonable to judging a type of device in general ....... !!
(It is already not normal to have a pH as low output of osmosis .. !!!, therefore, doubt is widely allowed on the operation or quality of this device ... but not to question all devices of this type! )

cordially


Hi little sparrow

I did an interesting test
So I unplugged the hose that connects the last of the filters to the osmotic membrane to check the pH of the water at the bottom of the three filters.
The result is 7,17 before the membrane.

So I think that with any osmosis water must still be sacrament acid output.

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Unread Messageby little sparrow » 19/07/08, 11:39

Bonjour,


discu62 wrote:I maintain that there are many cartridges to mineralize water (you just have to type "cartridge remineralization" in google and you will find)

More water output menbrane hardly contains more minerals which are nevertheless essential for good health (not seulemant salt).

I repeat that I do not know of "cartridge remineralization" mounted (good) osmosis, and see no more interest ...!
and as a reminder, these are not mineral inorganic in water that are essential for health, as otherwise since not absorbed by the body .....
minerals, pulling the food and not water ... we already talked a lot .... !!

discu62 wrote:And I would know what a complete device and the difference with the equipment used in the aquarium.

I'm not a specialist aquarium, but to my knowledge the reverse osmosis "standard" aquarium does not have dual pre-filtration and postfiltration or storage tank, or use tap .....
therefore, not suitable for everyday home use ....


fabio.gel wrote:The result is 7,17 before the membrane.

So I think that with any osmosis water must still be sacrament acid output.

7.17 pH = neutral pH and impeccable !!
so I do not understand why after the membrane would become "damn acid".... ?????

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Unread Messageby the middle » 19/07/08, 11:57

:D It is well done!
7.17 pH = neutral pH and impeccable !!
so I do not understand why after the membrane would become "damn acid" .... ?????

A pierrot is small, but a lil pierrot is even smaller.
But that does not mean anything, it's like a grain of pepper, it can be very small and hard prick : Cheesy:
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Unread Messageby little sparrow » 21/07/08, 00:59

Bonjour,

A pierrot is small, but a lil pierrot is even smaller.
But that does not mean anything, it's like a grain of pepper, it can be very small and hard prick
I have to treat me, I fixated on the charming name of Pierrot

not sure I understand the right way ....
but is ...

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Unread Messageby fabio.gel » 24/07/08, 14:55

little sparrow wrote:Bonjour,


discu62 wrote:I maintain that there are many cartridges to mineralize water (you just have to type "cartridge remineralization" in google and you will find)

More water output menbrane hardly contains more minerals which are nevertheless essential for good health (not seulemant salt).

I repeat that I do not know of "cartridge remineralization" mounted (good) osmosis, and see no more interest ...!
and as a reminder, these are not mineral inorganic in water that are essential for health, as otherwise since not absorbed by the body .....
minerals, pulling the food and not water ... we already talked a lot .... !!

discu62 wrote:And I would know what a complete device and the difference with the equipment used in the aquarium.

I'm not a specialist aquarium, but to my knowledge the reverse osmosis "standard" aquarium does not have dual pre-filtration and postfiltration or storage tank, or use tap .....
therefore, not suitable for everyday home use ....


fabio.gel wrote:The result is 7,17 before the membrane.

So I think that with any osmosis water must still be sacrament acid output.

7.17 pH = neutral pH and impeccable !!
so I do not understand why after the membrane would become "damn acid".... ?????

cordially


Hi little sparrow

This is not a finding on the outcome of ph home.
But it seems that the membrane lets only the elements of a size less or equal to the micron so it's likely that the minerals do not pass this barrier resulting in less mineralized water (hence the PH between 5 and 6).

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Unread Messageby little sparrow » 24/07/08, 18:43

Bonjour,

hi fabio.gel,

heuuuu ... I am trying to ask me if you do not subdue "pH" and "Th °" ....
the pH potential Hydrogen (acid-base) and Th ° being the hardness of the water ...

because if you speak of "minerality" of the water, it corresponds rather to ° Th, which at the exit of osmosis is indeed lower of 5 ° Th .. (very weakly mineralized, without being demineralized ..)

but for the pH, it is not the osmosis that will significantly reduce the ...

Also, the porosity of a reverse osmosis membrane is not the micron size, but the nano 10è so thousandth of a micron 10 !!!
the water passes to the molecular state ....
that's why he almost nothing left in the RO water, except for some few minerals and dissolved substances in very small quantities ..

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Unread Messageby fabio.gel » 26/07/08, 09:33

little sparrow wrote:Bonjour,

hi fabio.gel,

heuuuu ... I am trying to ask me if you do not subdue "pH" and "Th °" ....
the pH potential Hydrogen (acid-base) and Th ° being the hardness of the water ...

because if you speak of "minerality" of the water, it corresponds rather to ° Th, which at the exit of osmosis is indeed lower of 5 ° Th .. (very weakly mineralized, without being demineralized ..)

but for the pH, it is not the osmosis that will significantly reduce the ...

Also, the porosity of a reverse osmosis membrane is not the micron size, but the nano 10è so thousandth of a micron 10 !!!
the water passes to the molecular state ....
that's why he almost nothing left in the RO water, except for some few minerals and dissolved substances in very small quantities ..

cordially


Exact little sparrow

On the other hand it is the test of PH that I do with this device.

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By against my installer does not explain why some plant on the pH is reduced in a major way !!!.

As an aside, you prefer a weakly or strongly mineralized water? (There are two internet bell sound)

Have a good day

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Unread Messageby little sparrow » 26/07/08, 11:38

Bonjour,

By against my installer does not explain why some plant on the pH is reduced in a major way !!!.

I either gotta say ....

As an aside, you prefer a weakly or strongly mineralized water? (There are two internet bell sound)

oh yeah but that's true for all! .. We read everything and its opposite, and also anything on the net .. but that's also helping to advance when one takes the trouble to look ...

Me personal, I have explained many times, jaccepte and trust in what I mean researchers and scientists on the water, demonstrating that he must consume (as usual) a low mineral water. .! And that the opposite (except special and occasional cases!) Serves no purpose except to clog a bit more body than it is already, while greatly reducing him detoxifying action of water it is vital ....

but as I always say ... "each think what he wants ..!"

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Unread Messageby the middle » 02/08/08, 11:20

Hello, Pti Pierrot,
I read your last réponse..que I do not dispute (I have not analyzed the history of weakly mineralized water.
This morning I did some research on the pangas (a fish)
And I found a person who was talking about the same thing as me.
I quote:
You heard the possibility of buying bottled water, there are three categories: table water, spring water and natural mineral water. It must alternate the brands to be sure to have all the necessary inputs such as trace elements, sodium, potassium or calcium ... essential energy needs. Remember that the body requires between 1 1,5 liter and liter per day. Very important during heat waves: the double consumption easily and it is a vital gesture.

I'll have to copy the source of this information I'm wrong.
But this answer seems logical to me (personal opinion)
Now I can tell you I love your intervention, because it seems that you are the trade.
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