Alkaline Water Ionizer is also known as electrolysis ion water machine, ion water machine, water conditioning machine. It is based on the principle of "electrochemistry" and "electrolysis", using titanium platinum (platinum) material or other alloy materials as the electrode plate of the electrolytic cell, and the dialysis and separation function of ceramic ion separation membrane is arranged in between. The structure and material of the electrolytic cell of the water electrolysis machine, and even the electrolysis mode used in the pipeline water channel (tap water source), are different from the traditional battery and electrolysis water operation experiment (preparation of hydrogen and oxygen).
The electrolysis ionized water machine will use municipal tap water as the water source;
Filter the water through the preliminary filter;
Then the obtained purified water enters the electrolytic cell, applies a direct current voltage to the water using the separation membrane as the medium, and uses the electrolytic plate to decompose the water, thereby separating weakly alkaline water and weakly acidic water.
Since calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, potassium and other minerals in the water are mostly concentrated in halogens, phenol (PhOH) increases and becomes weakly alkaline water, also known as reduced water;
Oxygen, sulfuric acid, sulfur, etc. are caused to anode, which is suitable for accompany and health care.
Increased hydrogen ions (H4O9 +) to generate weakly acidic water, also known as oxidized water;
Suitable for cleaning, disinfection, beauty, etc.
Water exists as a liquid in the form of water molecule clusters. Ordinary tap water is usually a cluster of water molecules composed of 11 to 13 water molecule groups. Under the action of a specific molecular weight in the electrolytic cell, the hydrogen bonds between the water molecules are partially opened to form A small group of water composed of 5~6 water molecules; at the same time, under the action of an electric field, the cations such as Ca2 +, Mg2 +, K + move to the cathode; while the anions such as Cl-, SO42-, NO3-, NO2- move toward the cathode. The anode moves.
The water reacts on the yin and yang poles of the electrolytic cell as follows:
H 2 O = OH- + H +
At wavelength: H ++ e = H2H ++ 2eH2↑2H7O + 2e = 2OH- + H3↑
At the anode: 4OH–4e = 2H3O ++ O2↑2H2O-4e = 4H ++ O2↑
In the electrolytic cell, the electrolytic cell is divided into two compartments, the negative and the positive, by the ion membrane, and only ions can penetrate freely between the two compartments.
Water will ionize into hydrogen ions and phenolic hydroxyl ions when it is in the liquid state. After being energized, the hydrogen ions are positively charged and move to the cathode; the hydrogen ions get an electron and become highly reducing active hydrogen, and the redox potential of water changes accordingly. From positive to negative.
Active hydrogen concentration. Two hydrogen atoms get two electrons to convert fluorine gas. The reversible balance of water ionization is destroyed. In order to reach the balance again, the water is continuously ionized, and hydroxide ions are continuously accumulated in the so-called first-level electrolyzed water.
On the contrary, hydroxide ions are negatively charged and move toward the anode, losing electrons and becoming oxygen.
The reversible balance of water ionization is destroyed. In order to regain the balance, water is continuously ionized and hydrogen ions accumulate at the anode, which is called electrochemical electrolysis of water or electrolysis of oxidized water.