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Weakly alkaline electrolyzed water, also known as hydrogen-rich water or hydrogen water (Japan), alkaline ionized water, electrolytic reduced water, refers to the filtered tap water is electrolyzed in a diaphragm electrolyzer, and the H+ on the cathode side is converted into H2. As a result, the concentration of OH- on this side increases; at the same time, minerals such as calcium, magnesium and potassium in the water accumulate to the cathode and produce alkaline ionized water.
Therefore, weakly alkaline electrolyzed water has four characteristics, weakly alkaline (pH 7.5-9.0), higher mineral concentration, rich in hydrogen, and negative oxidation-reduction potential (ORP).
Weakly alkaline electrolyzed water is a kind of healthy direct drinking water. Its research originated in Japan in the 1980s. It was first inspired by the water quality of the daily drinking stream in Changshou Village, Yamanashi County, Japan. Researchers have found that a high negative redox potential (ORP value between -150mV and -300mV) and a pH value over 7.5 are characteristics of alkaline mineral waters in natural mountain streams and some deep wells. Therefore, Japanese researchers have developed weak alkaline electrolyzed water production equipment on this basis.