Water Treatment Requirements High-Purity Water
The term high-purity water is used to describe water in its purest form. It is usually obtained through reverse osmosis combined with another way of water purification.
Through these procedures, all liquidated substances and microorganisms such as bacteria are eliminated. Since metals cannot are completely removed and cannot be found anymore either, high-purity water is incapable of being electrically conductive.
Due to its electrical non-conductivity and high purity, it is especially needed in the pharmaceutic industry for medicine production, in the electrical industry (as battery water or in solar cells), and for laboratory research.
As all essential substances to the human body are eliminated during the production of high-purity water, it is only suitable for the industries mentioned above, not for private use as drinking water. In fact, it can be extremely damaging to your body if drunk over a longer time period.