Double, Auto-changing, Crossline method
Electrolyzed hydrogen water (EHW) is created through the electrolysis of water. Constant electrolysis causes minerals such as calcium to collect at the electrode (on the cathode side), forming a coating. When the electrode is coated with these minerals, the process of electrolysis becomes unstable, thus reducing its efficiency.
Our EHW apparatus uses a double auto-change cross-line system that switches the polarity of the electrodes and waterway bubbles at regular intervals to prevent the accumulation of minerals on the electrodes and achieve stable, long-term electrolysis.
Twin, Safety Valve Function
Running hot or boiling water through the apparatus may alter the shape of the resin components inside, inhibiting its operation and functions. To protect against accidental use of hot or boiling water, the apparatus is equipped with two safety valves. One valve functions by directing water to a drain outlet using a shape-memory alloy. The other works as an escape valve when the water pressure within the apparatus becomes exceptionally high.
Switching Regulator Control System
Nihon Trim employs an original technology that automatically regulates the electrolysis process in response to variations in water quality due to seasonal and regional factors. This allows for generating electrolyzed hydrogen water that is always the same consistency. This regulation mechanism uses environmentally-friendly technology that ensures efficient power conversion and effective use of electricity.
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TRIM® Antioxidant Water by Nihon Trim Co., Ltd