[pct-l] Alkaline water source treatment
adrian.borner at ch.abb.com
Wed Apr 22 01:04:27 CDT 2015
There are always water sources, especially on the HDT which are strongly alkaline and therefore only limited useful. While there are people and companies who promote alkaline water for health reason, I don't think our body likes it when we have to drink huge amounts of water every day.
Way back in chemistry lesson we learned that alkaline can be neutralized by acidity, resulting in water and salt. Is there no way one could treat alkaline water with carbon dioxide or citric acid or another substance.
At least in water treatment plants they do compensate the pH of the released water.
Would be great if somebody could come up with a good answer
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