Many people wanting to acquire a water ionizer for their well-designed kitchen have their eye on an under the counter model because of the visibly disturbing hoses from counter top models. Like this the device disappears under the sink. With this type, activated water is drawn off with a neat outlet hose and flows out of a separate tap with an integrated control panel. The acidic water flows out of a swivel tap below into the sink without having anything annoying hanging into it.
This can be costlier and more of an elaborate installation, yet sometimes effec- tively inexpensive compared to counter top models with dated designs. The Le- veluk SD 501 (bottom right) is a good example, which when purchased is about 1000 € more expensive than a modern under the counter ionizer. In addition, it can only be connected to the water tap with a bulky diverter valve.
Excerpt from the book “Karl Heinz Asenbaum: Electrically activated water – An invention with extraordinary potential.”
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