Pure Water Distiller Mini Counter Top
The Pure Water Brand Mini-Classic CT™ is a compact, countertop water distiller that produces high-purity, great-tasting distilled water.
No installation required. Requires no water line hookup!
The Pure Water Brand Mini-Classic CT™ is a compact, countertop water distiller that produces high-purity, great-tasting distilled water. A removable boiling chamber allowing for easy filling and cleaning. With a capacity of approximately 3 liters per three and one-half hour cycle, this manually filled distiller is perfect for a single user, renters or a small family. It’s also perfect for use in a camper or RV, or taken to a second home for distilled water enjoyment away from home. No installation required. Requires no water line hookup! Unit shown in storage position. Steam-Powered Purity!
The Pure Water Mini-Classic CT™ is constructed with top-quality, stainless steel to provide years of dependable service with minimum maintenance. It is air cooled and equipped with a unique timer to stop automatically at the end of each distilling cycle. The unit has continuous self-sterilization when in operation and is equipped with a removable boiling tank for easy filling and cleaning. A safety shut-off switch turns the unit off should it ever overheat. The unit stores neatly on a countertop for your convenience. While in operation, the top of the unit should be clear of any obstruction to allow for proper air circulation. Each Pure Water distiller is designed with purity vents to allow the organic and inorganic compounds to escape. Additionally, an activated carbon post filter is included to aid in the removal of any gaseous carryover and to improve taste. The filter pillow is housed in a stainless steel filter tray, so your distilled water never comes into contact with plastic.
Steam Distillation & The Hydrologic Cycle
Just as Mother Nature takes ocean water and makes pure, rain water, a Pure Water distiller duplicates the Hydrologic Cycle inside this appliance.
Regular tap water is poured into the boiling tank.
A heating element boils the contaminated water and the steam rises.
The steam passes into the condensing coil, and the impurities are left behind.
A fan cools the steam and converts it to water — pure, distilled water.
A glass storage container holds one gallon of distilled drinking water and is dispensed through the pour-through lid.
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