Pure Water 46998 Mini-Classic CT Countertop Water Distiller
The Pure Water 46998 Mini-Classic CT Distiller
is ideal for producing clean, healthy water for many applications related to health, as well as maintaining your products which use water, such as dental products, vaporizers, humidifiers, CPAP machines, lead-acid batteries, engine cooling systems, steam irons, waterfalls, fish aquariums, and many more. In fact, many manufacturers strongly recommend using distilled water in order to prolong the life of their products.
Pure Water Mini-Classic CT Distiller Features:
THE PURE WATER MINI-CLASSIC CT™
- No installation required
- Simple operation and removable boiling tank for easy maintenance
- Ideal countertop water distiller for small families, RVs, yachts, apartments and second homes
- Completely hypoallergenic design
- Constructed from 304 stainless steel and only the highest quality components
- Dual volatile gas venting system that removes a majority of VOCs
- Thermal reset to prevent overheating
- Formerly known as Pure Water 45998 Mini Classic II
- Hand-crafted in the USA
is a compact, portable, personal steam distillation system that allows small families to produce high-purity steam distilled water for their drinking and consumable uses. The Pure Water Mini-Classic II™ home water distiller operates much like a coffee maker. It does not require installation, is very portable, and is simple to operate and maintain.
Distiller System Water Great for Juicers and Blenders
When using a juicer or a blender, water from a Mini-Classic CT Water Distiller
is a great source for clean and pure water. If you are creating delicious smoothies or juices with fresh fruits and vegetables or wheatgrass, purified distilled water is the only logical choice. It provides you with the most nutritional drink possible with the greatest taste!
Mini-Classic CT Manual
Mini-Classic CT Product Sheet
Water Distiller Comparison (pop-up link)
How Steam Water Distillers Work
Countertop Water Distiller Video
FEMA and the American Red Cross have recommended distillation as a process for treating water of questionable quality in an emergency. Download the FEMA Brochure for more information.