Heinz O.: We have a water ionizer with a flow change system where you can immediately draw alkaline active water. Unfortunately, the device first comes out warm. But I want to let the water run first until it comes out of the tap cool. Should I unplug the power cord to do this, or can I let the ionization run beforehand?
- If possible, you should allow the stale water to drain from the tap until it comes out cool. Stagnant water can not only contain more pollutants from the pipe system, but also stores fewer electrons in the redox potential due to its higher temperature. Whether you unplug the power cord or simply wait for 1 minute is simply an ecological and economical question because you may be wasting a small amount of electricity. I still advise you not to “waste” 1-2 liters of water. You can collect the stagnant water for washing or for the flowers. I wouldn't do it to pets either. This is false greed. With one toilet flush you use 4-9 liters of water. Why shouldn't you treat yourself to optimally treated tap water by "wasting" 1-3 liters?
- Warm stagnant water should therefore drain better. But how long? This depends entirely on your living situation, for example whether you live on the first or fifth floor. However, you can recognize the fresh water because it is noticeably cooler than the stagnant water. So just hold your finger under the tap.
- Another way to reduce stagnant water is to shower or flush the toilet first thing in the morning. If you then want to run water through the water ionizer in the kitchen, the water only has to drain for a very short time - this way you can also get rid of the stagnant water that is still in the connecting pipe. Here, too, you can recognize the fresh water because it is cooler.
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