(VIDEO) How Does Adya Clarity® Purify Water? December 11 2015, 0 Comments
Similar to the process whereby nature keeps her water bodies fresh and clean, Adya Clarity® purifies water in a four-step process. The first steps, coagulation, and flocculation occur in succession.
Step 1: Coagulation
When added to water, Adya Clarity® causes invisible, suspended fine particles to destabilize, or neutralize, allowing the particles to come closer together, forming clumps, making it easier to separate solids from the water.
Step 2: Flocculation
Flocculation is the process whereby the clumps of bacteria and particulate impurities formed during the coagulation process gather, or floc, and come together forming clusters. Once step one and two are complete, the contaminants are now neutralized and insoluble.
Step 3: Precipitation
Once Coagulation and Flocculation occur, the insoluble, neutralized contaminants solidify as they precipitate out of solution.
Step 4: Deposition or Sedimentation
The precipitates settle and are deposited as sediment at the bottom of your water container.
This four-step process allows the precipitated contaminants to be easily filtered. We recommend using the Adya Water Filtration System in conjunction with Adya Clarity® for best results. The Adya Water Filtration System begins filtering the precipitated, neutralized contaminants immediately, making your drinking water readily available for consumption. When not using our filtration system, it can take 24-48 hours for precipitates to settle to the bottom of your water container.
The Adya Clarity® Water Purification System not only removes many harmful contaminants and microbes from drinking water, Adya Clarity® also contains a broad spectrum of bioavailable ionic minerals providing you, your family, and even your pets with cleaner, healthier, and better-tasting drinking water.