No. The installation of one Vortex Water Revitalizer on your main water line as it first enters your home or business, before it splits into hot and cold, will deliver Revitalized Water throughout your entire home or business.
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The Vortex Water Revitalizer will do wonders for your hair and skin. Many customers with skin irritations, redness, dryness, itching or blotchiness have noted total transformations to their skin as a result of bathing in Revitalized Water. Hair will be better hydrated and left healthier, softer and shinier. Revitalized Water has also been noted eliminate dandruff.
Yes. The Vortex Water Revitalizer has done wonders to many customers’ gardens and houseplants and has even been used in agricultural applications. Revitalized Water will produce healthier, better quality plants, flowers, fruit, and vegetables. Click here to learn more about the Vortex Water Revitalizer and Gardening.
Whole House Vortex Water Revitalizers should be installed on the main water line coming into the house, before the line splits into hot and cold. The diameter of the main water line at this location in the home should be the same diameter as the Whole House Vortex Water Revitalizer you purchase and install.
The Vortex Water Revitalizer should ALWAYS be the last mode of water treatment in order to experience all of the benefits it offers, so it should always be installed AFTER your existing water treatment system.
If you have an under or over the counter water treatment system you can install a Vortex Water Revitalizer for Filters after it. You can also install a Whole House Vortex Water Revitalizer to treat the water throughout your entire home and benefit the environment, in addition to the Vortex Water Revitalizer for Filters.
If you have a whole house filter or water treatment system, you will need to install a Whole House Vortex Water Revitalizer after it.
The Kitchen Vortex Water Revitalizer and the Shower of Life Vortex Water Revitalizer will last beyond a lifetime. The only parts that may need replacement after 10 years are the rubber washers and the rubber rings inside the fittings.
The copper Whole House models will last for at least 40 years, or the same lifetime as any other copper plumbing pipe. The stainless steel Whole House models should last for more than 100 years.
When it comes to other water treatment systems like filters, reverse osmosis systems, and distillers, they clean and purify water of toxins and impurities, but they put water through unnatural processes. These unnatural processes usually strip the water of its natural structure, and sometimes while removing bad content from the water they also remove good content (reverse osmosis systems usually require you to add trace minerals to your water). Water is often times left tasting “flat” and lacking in vitality.
The Vortex Water Revitalizer puts water through its natural flow dynamic, simulating the natural movement of water in nature. This restores the natural health, structure and vitality to your tap water, even after it has been processes by other water treatment systems, and also treats many common water problems faced today. The Vortex Water Revitalizer also contributes to a better, healthier environment.
For whole house installations you should purchase the same diameter Vortex Water Revitalizer as the diameter of your main water line pipe, before it splits into hot and cold pipes. For example if your main water line is ¾” diameter you should purchase either the Standard Vortex Water Revitalizer ¾”* or the River of Life Vortex Water Revitalizer ¾”**.
When purchasing a Vortex Water Revitalizer for Filters, your under or over the counter water treatment system will have tubing leading to a spout where you will receive your drinking water. This tubing will either be 3/8” or 1/4”. The River of Life for Filters*** comes in either of these diameters. The Standard Filter Vortex Water Revitalizer**** also comes with Snap-On Fittings, which can fit on to either a 3/8” or 1/4” tube.
A filter or other water treatment system will only be necessary when there are severe chemicals and pollutants present in the water, and in these cases it is almost always necessary to use multiple water treatment systems. It is important to know what is in your water; you can learn this by taking a sample of your water to a local water testing facility, these tests are usually quite affordable and very informative.
If there is sediment in your water, you will need to use a sediment filter to pre-treat the water.
Yes! One of the main benefits to the Vortex Water Revitalizer is its treatment of hard water. You will instantly see a complete transformation in the feel of your water. Hard water is the result of high mineral content in your water, so along with the softening of your water you will see a reduction or total elimination of mineral build-up and scale deposits.
It is recommended to hire a professional to install the Whole House Vortex Water Revitalizers. The installation is fairly simple for plumbers and handymen, and shouldn’t take more than 20-30 minutes to complete.
The Kitchen Vortex Water Revitalizer, Shower of Life Vortex Water Revitalizer and the Vortex Water Revitalizers for Filters are all very easy to install, and do not require a professional.
Yes. When water passes through the double spiral flow form inside the Vortex Water Revitalizer it is put through a vortexing action, which causes implosion in the water. This act of implosion causes the clusters of water molecules, which make up the structure of water, to disperse into micro clusters, or smaller clusters of water molecules. During this process heavy gases like chlorine are separated from the water. When water is released from your tap the chlorine evaporates from the water, leaving your water free or extremely reduced of chlorine. The smell and taste of chlorine will be eliminated or dramatically reduced, along with its harmful effects. If extremely high levels of chlorine are present in your city water you may need to let the water sit in an open container to allow for all the chlorine to evaporate fully. In most cases this is not necessary.