Hydrogen Water

What is hydrogen water?

Hydrogen water is water in which hydrogen is dissolved. Hydrogen is usually only slightly soluble in water, and the saturation concentration of hydrogen in water at room temperature and one atmosphere pressure is 1.66 ppm.

How is hydrogen absorbed by the human body?

“Hydrogen” or “hydrogen molecule” is the smallest molecule in nature. It is extremely penetrating and can enter any organ, tissue, cell and intracellular structure of the human body through the skin and mucous membranes through diffusion, including mitochondria and cell nuclei.

Is hydrogen safe for humans?

Hydrogen is an endogenous gas and a metabolite of intestinal flora. The gas exhaled and discharged by the human body contains hydrogen; a large number of medical studies have not found evidence of the side effects of hydrogen. In short, hydrogen is very safe for the human body.

What are the benefits of hydrogen water to the human body?

Hydrogen water has a very comprehensive medical and health care value, specifically manifested in metabolic repair, immune regulation, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti-radiation, anti-fatigue, anti-cell mutation, anti-apoptosis, promoting tissue repair, anti-aging beauty, etc.

Flavor of Drinking Water

This article describes the pros and cons of common home water filtration systems, including pitcher water filters, faucet water filtration systems, under-sink water filtration systems, whole house water filtration systems, and reverse osmosis water filtration systems.
Pitcher Water Filter
For the pitcher water filter, the pros are that the price of the filter is relatively cheap and there is no pressure on the initial investment. Hardly any installation is required. The size of pitcher is designed to be moderately sized and can easily be placed in the refrigerator. Moreover, the pitcher is available in a variety of colors, full of personalization.
The cons are that there is a limit to the number of contaminants that can be removed. It takes time to wait for the clean water to be filtered. The most important point is that the replacement cycle of the filter cartridge is usually 2 to 3 months, which can inadvertently cost a lot of money.
Faucet Water Filtration System
As with the pitcher filter, it is relatively inexpensive. Installed faucet filtration systems are able to switch freely between tap water and clean water being filtered, making them ideal filters for drinking, cooking, and washing dishes.
The cons are that you need to measure the size at the time of purchase, and faucet filtration systems often do not fit many faucets. Likewise, the replacement cycle for the filter is relatively short at 3 to 4 months.
Under-sink Water Filtration System
Contaminants that can be filtered are out of sight. The machine is compact, easy to place, and saves space. The filter cartridge has a long life cycle and is economically efficient.
The cons are that it is more expensive compared to the first two and requires space for installation. 
Whole House Water Filtration System
One system could protect the health of the whole family’s water and extend the life of the appliance. You could purchase a filter that corresponds to the needs of the contaminants you want to remove. The filters have a long life span.
The con is that a completed filtration system is expensive and requires space for installation.
Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System
It is able to remove any impurities in water with high filtration accuracy. The upgrade of the product is divided into traditional RO machines and tankless RO machines. Traditional RO machines can be purchased according to the actual needs of different levels, with a tank for water storage, to prevent water shortages at home when the water stops. Tankless RO machine eliminates the secondary pollution problem of the storage bucket, the body becomes more compact, easy to replace the filter, and the water speed is faster.
The cons of the traditional RO machine are the tank in saving water, if not regularly cleaned will have the risk of secondary pollution. The overall size is larger. The tankless RO machine and the traditional RO machine both are more expensive.


Four of the most common ice shapes

Cubed Ice

Cubed ice is the most common ice shape, and is often found in restaurants, bars, and convenience stores. These ice cubes provide a 100% ice-to-water ratio. Ice shaped in a cube provides a clean look thanks to their uniform shape and size.

Cubes are great for mixed drinks, carbonated beverages, ice dispensing and banquet services. The small cube size works great to displace liquid inside the cup where the larger size cubes are ideal for water pitchers, ice chests and any application where time and high melt factors are present.

Nugget Ice

Originally designed for use in healthcare, nugget ice has a very high percentage of water to make it extremely easy to chew. This style of ice is also commonly known as pearl ice or sonic ice, due to its popularization after being used by the fast-food chain. This shape of ice is made by compressing flakes of ice together, creating a soft and chewable texture.

Nugget ice is soft, cylindrical and slow-melting:  it is ideal for carbonated beverages, food displays, ice dispensing and therapeutic applications in the healthcare market. Each individual piece remains free-flowing at all times while helping drinks cool rapidly and maintain their flavor. It is also ideal for blending applications and is a favorite due to its soft, chew-able characteristics.

Flake Ice

Flake ice looks a lot like snow, has fast cooling power and has very low production costs. Flaked ice works great in blended cocktails and salad bars to produce, seafood and meat displays. Flake ice is the top choice for therapeutic use in healthcare facilities.

Flake ice is made by freezing water on a cylindrical evaporator and then scraping the ice off with a rotating auger. Flake ice is soft and pliable, making it easy to mold and shape around food products. It’s also great for drinks, as it quickly cools beverages without diluting the flavor.

Gourmet Ice

Gourmet ice, also known as top hat or bullet ice, is large, crystal-clear, and perfectly shaped. It is often used in high-end cocktails.

Gourmet ice is ideal for drinks, as it cools quickly and doesn’t dilute the flavor. It has nearly 100% ice-to-water ratio. The surface area is excellent for retaining the integrity of the beverage’s flavor, while keeping your beverages colder for extended periods of time. It’s also great for presentation, as it adds a touch of elegance to any drink. Gourmet ice cubes are ideal for bar use, waitress stations, office suites and break rooms.