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Is Boiled Water the Same as Distilled Water?

While boiled water and distilled water are both involved with the liquid-gas states of H2O, they are two completely different products that are treated in very different ways. The main difference between these two products is that boiled water is not considered purified and, therefore, cannot be used in applications where exceptionally high purity water is required. Distilled water, on [...]

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What is Distilled Water?

Water that has been heated into a vapour and then condensed back to a liquid is known as distilled water. It is a form of purified water that has had all of its impurities removed, and for this reason, is used in a variety of industrial applications. About Distilled Water Distilled water is not a modern-day phenomenon but a benchmark [...]

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Demineralised Water Uses

Demineralised water is a form of purified water that has had all of its minerals removed through a process of ion exchange. This makes it ideally suited to a large range of uses, from pharmaceutical manufacturing to the automotive industry. Why is Water Demineralised? The process of demineralisation via ion exchange is a process that is employed to remove any impurity [...]

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Demineralised Water and Steel

Demineralised water is a form of purified water that has had all of its minerals removed. Despite this, demineralised water still corrodes steel – but this doesn’t mean it is a corrosive substance. What is Demineralised Water? When raw water undergoes ion-exchange demineralisation, nearly all of its mineral salts get removed. These include calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium. This process is [...]

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