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Is water treated with ozone safe to drink?

This seems to be the number one question we hear often for ozone water treatment, the short answer is "Yes" you can drink water that has been filtered and ozonated. Ozone is created from oxygen which creates a natural process of oxidation thus eliminating the need for harmful chemicals.
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This seems to be the number one question we hear often for ozone water treatment, the short answer is “Yes” you can drink water that has been filtered and ozonated. Ozone is created from oxygen which creates a natural process of oxidation thus eliminating the need for harmful chemicals. Ozone leaves behind zero waste and no chemical footprint, it simply reverts itself back into oxygen! Ozone is used widely around the world to treat city water at municipal water treatment plants that then flows to your homes and businesses. Now, we do recommend however when filling a glass, bottle or pitcher to let it sit for a period of time so the ozone can dissipate back into oxygen before consumption. The end result is pure healthy filtered water!

Are Water Filters worth it?

Why filter your water? Drinking water straight from the tap is safe in most places but the water does not always taste the best and may even have an unpleasant odor. Filtering your water can give you not only better tasting odorless water but it can remove many harmful contaminants such as dirt, sand, rust, sediment, chemicals, chlorine, lead, cyst and many more depending on the filter or filtration system used.

What could be hiding on your food?

Have you ever thought “Where does the produce I purchase from my local grocery store actually come from?” Statistics show produce travels an average of 1500 miles from farm to table and sometimes even further distances than that, this means the produce you purchase may have come from other states and even other countries. Now think “what has my food come in contact with along the journey”. Buying local produce is recommended, but that is not always possible in certain areas where climates do not permit year round growing. This is why washing produce before consumption is so important. As an added step washing your produce using a VeriPure gives you the disinfecting capabilities of ozone directly into your water flow at your point of use!

5 Steps to Ozone: From Oxygen to Production to Uses and back to Oxygen in 5 simple steps.

VeriPure starts by adding Oxygen (O2) into a specialized chamber which then creates Ozone (O3) through the process of Corona Discharge. VeriPure then dissolves the ozone gas into the filtered water flow and utilizes the ozone in its aqueous phase for disinfection purposes and applications. After use the Ozone (O3) quickly reverts back to Oxygen (O2).

What’s in Your Water?

Public water in the U.S. is safe, and much safer than the water in the majority of the world. Occasionally thou contaminants find ways to infiltrate water systems exposing us to potential sickness and disease. VeriPures POU Patented Ozone Water Systems can help reduce and diminish contaminants, bacteria and viruses giving you pure healthy water with the disinfecting power of Ozone!

What Is Ozone?

Ozone is earth’s natural reoccurring purifier, Ozone is made up of three oxygen atoms which then bond together to create O3. Ozone is naturally found in the earth’s upper and lower atmosphere and is what protects us from the sun’s harmful UV radiation. Ozone is natural but is also man made and is formed by the action of ultraviolet light (UV) or electrical discharges (Corona Discharge). Ozone is then used in a wide variety of applications for its purifying and disinfecting capabilities.

What may be in your Drinking Water?

What may be in your drinking water?

The main sources of drinking water include springs, streams, rivers, ponds, lakes and wells. When water travels across or through the ground it can come in contact with many different contaminants. These contaminants can include inorganic contaminants, Organic chemical contaminants, pesticides and herbicides, microbial contaminants, and even radioactive contaminants.