Acidic water


André H.: My activated acidic water doesn’t really get acidic when I set my ionizer to “acidic”. Yet when I sample the acidic water from the run off water pipe during alkaline water production, it is, at least, a little bit acidic.

  • Sadly, this producer didn’t listen to me and constructed the water separation in such a way, to not waste any water, that the ratio of acidic water and alkaline water is at 2:1 instead of 1:1. We use up to 4 – 9 litres of water every time we flush the toilet, much more water used than what flows through a household ionizer. Because of the narrowness by the outlet of the electrolysis cell, what flows out of the acidic water outlet pipe is stronger and more concentrated depending on the setting. If you choose acidic water on the setting key, you will get a stronger alkaline activated water from the outlet pipe than when the normal setting is selected.
  • That acidic water in most European areas doesn’t really get acidic is normal. We have a lot of carbonic acid and few acidic ions in the water. If you add salt to the feed water, that is something different!

Excerpt from the book “Karl Heinz Asenbaum: Electrically activated water – An invention with extraordinary potential.”
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The Munich-based journalist has been working on the topic of "alkaline activated water" since 2004. For 12 years he worked closely with the alternative physician Dr. Walter Irlacher, with whom he wrote two successful books: "Service Manual for Humans” (Service Handbuch Mensch) (2006) and "Drink Yourself Alkaline” (Trink Dich basisch) (2008,2011). Since 2014 he has been contributing his knowledge and experience to Aquacentrum and giving lectures worldwide. “Electro-activated Water", the world's most comprehensive book on the subject, was published in 2016. View all faqs by Karl Heinz Asenbaum 

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