Every water ionizer has four key components that contribute to water quality, ionization performance and usability. Having a good grasp of these key components can help you choose a good water ionizer that will produce quality ionized water for many, many years.
A water ionizer’s plates or “electrodes” are one of the two most important components when it comes to ionization potential. This segment will give you a good understanding of the types of plates used in most water ionizers currently available on the market today.
The amount of power available for use during ionization is another key component determining how effectively any water ionizer will perform. Water ionizers can be found ranging from 70 to 400 watts of power at maxim performance levels.
The computerized control system is the “brain” of any water ionizer. In this segment you’ll get an idea of what options are out there with regard to the computerized control systems in water ionizers.
Internal filtration systems are designed to remove contaminants from the water prior to ionization. Most water ionizers have multi-stage filtration systems designed to remove the most common contaminants