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Published on Jun 16, 2017
The Drinking Water Ordinance says you should change the filter every 6 months. Of course, that's where the money goes. So you wait it out, up to a maximum of 1 year. However, if you see what is held back in a filter, which I now drink with, it's worth considering a change.
The AquaVolta® Cavendish 9 produces clean, alkaline hydrogen water - even with hard water
The newly developed water ionizer AquaVolta® Cavendish 9 (formerly AquaVolta® Moses 9) offers an outstanding and lasting molecular hydrogen yield thanks to the nine lattice electrodes with a particularly efficient platinum coating. He was developed by Yasin Akgün, Dipl.-Ing. TU Munich, because we work closely with the manufacturer and he has implemented our wishes. Its sophisticated limescale protection makes it the all-rounder, from hard but also extremely hard waters with water hardnesses over ° dH 20. Conclusion: Currently one of our best water ionizers in the range, we highly recommended!
Benefits of the AquaVolta® Cavendish 9 Water Ionizer The AquaVolta® Cavendish 9 water ionizer has a larger multi-layer filter with tourmaline and calcium instead of simple activated carbon. Can be connected directly to the cold water pipe. Has a dial for water flow regulation, ideal for connection to the faucet: the water ionizer starts when water comes in and stops when you stop the water supply to the faucet. The knob serves as a one-off flow control. Color coding on the clear screen. More stable and radiation-free SMTP technology, instead of a toroidal transformer. However, the AquaVolta® Cavendish 9 does not have a salt shaft, compared to the Kangen Enagic water ionizers, to produce anolyte and catholyte. In this case the ECA Plus Water Tractor would be an option. Very nice, noble design, silver metallic.