Water Ionizer Parts…What’s the Mystery Inside the Machine?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 27, 2017 12:00 pm

A beautifully made Swiss watch or a traditional grandfather clock looks elegant and impressive on the outside, but conceals the real magic on the inside.  Unseen, those myriad working parts all function together to produce something rather special.

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Beautiful to look at but how does it really work?
What’s Inside a Water Ionizer?

A Tyent water ionizer is a little like this.  That sleek, chic casing looks amazing in even the most high-end kitchens but it’s not a case of looks over substance.  Inside a Tyent water ionizer machine are some of the most perfectly designed and executed working parts in the world.

How Does a Water Ionizer Work?

Your Tyent water ionizer is connected to your main water …

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Tyent USA, Seriously Cleaning Up Tap Water

Posted by: acray On September 8, 2014 7:06 pm

 

Some Serious Reasons to Drink Tyent Water

 

 

logo    Tyent Water.  To those in the know, those two words signify water that is cleaner than well water, purer than bottled water, and safer than tap water.

 In fact, Tyent Water is all those things and so much more.

It begins with our award-winning models of ionized alkaline water purifiers.  To get great water you need great filters.  Tyent filters are unmatched in the industry at removing or reducing the presence of dangerous and potentially harmful chemicals found in the water that flows from your faucet at home.

After filtering out the impurities, the water is then passed over our platinum dipped plates that create the ionization.

Some argue that

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Tyent USA Looks at Water in America

Posted by: acray On August 19, 2014 3:40 pm

 

 

                                           Water in the News in America

 

Media    As I have written lately, you can’t open a newspaper, listen to the radio or turn on your television set without reading, hearing, or seeing something pertaining to water.

 

From the California drought to chemical spills in West Virginia and the algae blooms in Ohio, water is definitely in the news.

 

Today, it’s in New Jersey, where the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) announced last week (August 12th) that the capping of the two landfills in the townships of Cinnaminson and Duran, New Jersey, didn’t require any more action to be taken as the current measures have proven to be effective.  The sites drew national attention when the federal government

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