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How does John Ellis water work?

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The John Ellis water machine works by exposing small amounts of water to extreme heat and increased ozone. The machine produces ozone with special quartz bulbs, removing unwanted contaminants from the water.

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The John Ellis water machine produces approximately 1 gallon of distilled energized water every two hours. The machine builds pressure in its boilers and releases that pressure as steam. This forces the water in the boiler back into the machine's tank for recycling. The machine's two heaters temporarily come out of the water and expose any bacteria on the water's surface to extreme heat. The machine repeats this process three times per minute.

York Laboratories in New Rochelle, New York, tested Jack Ellis's Water Wizard 700 water-purifying machine on Oct. 11, 1983, explains John Ellis Water. The laboratory tested the water sample before and after distillation for hardness and total dissolved solids. The water used in the test had a total hardness of 40 milligrams per liter of CaCO3 before distillation and less than 0.2 milligrams per liter of CaCO3 after distillation. The same water had 57.1 milligrams per liter of total dissolved solids before distillation and less than 0.07 milligrams per liter of total dissolved solids after distillation. Customers can find a copy of the report at JohnEllis.com.

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