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WATER GERM FILTRATION PLEASE


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Currently there are 2 ways to get rid of the germs reliably:

1. Liquid temptizer. Germs die at 75oC.

2. Pumping it into a resevoir with chlorine around. Chlorine somehow kills the germs (might be an expliot but it`s used in theĀ septic system designs)

Would be nice to have a dedicated machine for that as well though.

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Maybe a bleachstone water sanitizer. Intakes liquids and bleachstone, outputs germless liquids.

Or a reverse osmosis filter. Takes plastic to construct. Intakes clean water with germs outputs clean water without germs.

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6 hours ago, BromptonCocktail said:

Yes, I know of those methods. I'd rather have a machine. Perhaps a machine that intakes chlorine and doesn't output as much heat or heats the water and outputs a lot of heat.

On the contrary, big multi-piece builds should be superior.

Where am I going with this? Well, the machine shouldn't use the exact same resources as a superior method, otherwise why not just do the superior method?

Personally I just say takes in electricity to clear germs.

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