What is ORP and Health benefits ORP Water Filter

ORP is a term used frequently in the water treatment & food processing industry.  ORP stands for Oxidation-Reduction Potential.  So what is that?  The best definition I can give is that “ORP is a measure of the cleanliness of the water & its ability to break down contaminants”.  It has a range of –2,000 to + 2,000 and units are in “mV” (millivolts).  Since ozone is an oxidizer, we are only concerned with positive ORP levels (above 0 mV).

alkaline water filter for ORP

Health benefits ORP Water Filter:

According to Japanese medicine report, Oxidant Reduction Potential (ORP Water) helps improving peoples health, boosts immunity system, helps with major diseases especially various chronic diseases. Negative potential alkaline water is able to balance the pH value of the human body providing anti-oxidant effect. Also ORP balls reduce water Oxidant Reduction Potential to -150mv~-350mv which can help to maintain vibrant health of the human cells and accelerate metabolism.

ORP

ORP measures the presence of oxidizing or [oxidation] reducing agents by their specific electrical charge, thus Oxidation Reduction "Potential". Oxidation in simple terms is what turns an apple brown after it is cut or causes metal to rust. Rust weakens metal and signifies the deterioration of the apple. High pH water has more "reducing" agents (-ORP) and low pH water has more oxidizing agents (+ORP).

The ORP of most tap water in the USA is between +150 to +600mv and so is an oxidizing agent. High pH ionized water demonstrates a –ORP and so is a reducing agent or “antioxidant”.

Article Sources:

http://www2.emersonprocess.com/siteadmincenter/PM%20Rosemount%20Analytical%20Documents/Liq_ADS_43-014.pdf
http://www.ozoneapplications.com/info/orp.htm
http://healthiswealthmaui.com/water-ph-and-orp.htm

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