Effects of applicator DISSA

Water in the 1st column – it’s a water after using of our applicator DISSA within 12 minutes. Clearly visible changes in a water at a physical level.

The water in the 2nd column – this is a common drinking water (taken from a tap) before to impact dissymmetry.

Water in the 3rd column – taken as a reference and it wasn’t handling by an Applicator DISSA.

 

Chemical analysis of water: 13.1.2016 Adjusted

Analysis Analysis result 252/2004 – drinking water 275/2004 – packed water for baby food preparation
Nitrites 0,010 mg/l 0,5 mg/l 0,02 mg/l
Nitrates 12,526 mg/l 50 mg/l 10 mg/l
Ammonium ions 0,003 mg/l 0,5 mg/l 0,25 mg/l
CSOMn 1 mg/l 3 mg/l 2 mg/l
Water reaction (pH) 6,75 6,5 – 9,5 5,0 – 8,0
Conductibility 15,10 mS/m 125 mS/m 70 mS/m
Iron 0 mg/l 0,2 mg/l 0,3 mg/l

 

  1. Nitrites – nitrites are usually present in water lacking oxygen as a product serving to reduce nitrates. This chemical reaction can be significantly accelerated in the presence of zinc, copper or iron. These are metals that might have been used in production of water pipes or water pumps. It is thus necessary to release a sufficient quantity of water prior to its use or prior to collection of sample. Nitrites pose a health risk. The hazard is their changing to so-called nitrosamines and alimentary methemoglobinemia, which are suspected as being cancerous.
  • determined quality condition of water cannot be adjusted.
  • value complies

 

  1. Nitratesnitrates are present in small quantities almost everywhere on earth. Unfortunately, through impact of nitric fertilization, leakage of waste water from cesspools and septic tanks, farm fertilizers etc. containing nitrates currently pose a serious threat to wells and boreholes. Nitrates are indirectly toxic, because they reduce to nitrites through bacterial activity in the intestines, which cause alimentary methemoglobinemia. This disease is dangerous particularly to babies.
  • determined quality condition of water cannot be adjusted. The highest value for baby water is 10 mg/l
  • value complies

 

  1. Ammonium ions – ammonium ions are an indication of fecal contamination of water and together with nitrites and with chemical consumption of oxygen its excessive value may signify fresh fecal contamination. Water has to be disinfected and later new testing is needed.
  • value complies

 

  1. Chemical consumption of oxygen – the value of CSOMn reflects the presence of organic substances in water. Organic water pollution may be of natural (e.g. from forests, peat bogs, but also from decomposition of animal or plant decomposition directly in the well) or artificial origin (e.g. human activities – fertilization etc.). The second alternative is a bit worse that it leads to the presumption that toxic elements could contaminate the water (e.g. pesticides, fertilizers).

The exceeding of this parameter should lead the user to clean the well or the borehole, subsequent disinfection and later to new testing.

  • value complies

 

  1. Water reaction – quite insignificant impact, impact only on corrosive effects of the pipes, does not influence the water quality, may not fall below 5.
  • value complies

 

  1. Conductibility – content of salts contained in water, the less, the better.
  • value complies

 

  1. Iron may be removed by boiling, minor increase may have an optical impact (watch out for corrosion), does not significantly influence the water quality. It does not have an impact on health, merely worsens the taste and scent quality of water. At higher concentration it may cause issues in laundering of clothes (yellow stains). At significant worsening water cannot be used, worsened sensory.
  • value complies

 

Conclusion: This water complies with the requirements for drinking water.

February 25, 2015