Water Ionizer Flow Control – Tyent & Enagic
The Tyent and Enagic water ionizers’ flow control issues can be a problem, but they’re not so hard to solve.
Several water ionizers have flow-control issues [e.g., Tyent, Jupiter Orion, KYK Generation II, & Genesis Platinum], but the Tyent and Enagic are being featured in this article. The PH and ORP of your ionized water are obviously important to you when you are drinking that ionized water. For several reasons it is very desirable to be able to fine-tune the water flow rate of your water ionizer. Why?
- Some water ionizers will not give you desirable water flow rates if hooked directly to your plumbing, so they are typically thought to only be able to hook to a faucet with a diverter. The KYK and Enagic are good examples of this. If you hooked either of these directly to your plumbing the flow rate on the KYK would be 3 liters/min [which isn’t so bad, but you wouldn’t be able to get the better pH/ORP ranges that the KYK is known for.] The Enagic would come out at 6-8 liters/min. and your results would be much reduced from the Enagic’s capabilities.
- New water ionizer owners want to gradually build up to higher levels of pH and ORP. An ability to finely control your water flow rate will help you to do that.
- It’s nice to be able to just turn on the faucet and get your ionized water without thinking about the water flow rate, because you have already pre-set the flow rate. Using a simple device you can do that. The few seconds this saves you every time you pour your ionized water will add up to minutes and hours over time.
- If you compare two water ionizers side-by-side, it is essential and crucial to the results to get those flow rates exactly the same.
When a water ionizer doesn’t come with a flow control knob, then most people think their only option is to rely on the faucet to control their water flow. Not so. Watch the following two videos to see what the use of a simple “Quick-Connect” water flow-rate valve can do for your water ionizer’s pH and ORP performance.
This intro video shows two kinds of Quick-Connect water flow rate valves.
The following videos show the pH and ORP of the Tyent Turbo and the Enagic ionized water at slow, medium and fast flow rates.
This chart shows Enagic and Tyent water ionizers’ performance at Level 3 [Kangen Water 9.5] at varying flow rates:
|Water Ionizer||Enagic SD 501||Tyent 7070 Turbo|
|Fast Flow Rate Test 1Test 2||10 pH / -340 ORP10.7 pH / -363 ORP||10.3 -603 ORP|
|Medium Flow Rate||11 pH / -475 ORP||10.6 pH / -601 ORP|
|Slow Flow Rate||11.1 pH / -702 ORP||10.7 pH / -600 ORP|
|Fastest Flow Rate Possible [Full Flow for that Water Ionizer]||10.4 pH / -230 ORP||
10.3 pH / -600 ORP
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Cathleen was a teacher/principal for 24 years and has been drinking ionized water for about 25 years. She created Alkaline Water Plus to educate people about the benefits of ionized water.
"The very best thing I have ever purchased is a WATER IONIZER!" Cathleen LoGrasso, Owner/CEO Alkaline Water Plus
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