Boiling: Water is heated in the boiling chamber which kills viruses and bacteria and produces steam.
Evaporation / Venting: The steam rises, leaving heavy metals and lower boiling point contaminants like chlorine behind, reducing VOCs.
Condensation: The steam condenses as it travels through the cooling coils.
Carbon Filtration: Distilled water passes through a carbon filter, polishing the water's taste.
Collecting / Dispensing: The distilled water is collected in a reservoir, ready to serve clear, great-tasting water.