4280 Commercial - Laboratory Water Distiller

4280 Commercial - Laboratory Water Distiller
Automatic Distiller - 42 gal./day with 80 gallon storage tank. Ships Via Truck Freight Only. We will quote extra costs upon request.
Commercial/Home Distiller Units.
Storage Tanks
List PriceUS$6,329.63
Our PriceUS$5,754.21
Catalog ID4280

Bottled and Distilled
Myths and facts about distilled drinking water
About Distilled Water

Distillation is the single most effective method for producing purified water. The distiller can remove a greater range of pollutants to a higher degree than any other single apparatus. No process, natural or artificial, including filtration, deionization and reverse osmosis is so efficient.

For these reasons, distillation has long been recognized as a standard for purity and dependability. Most liquid prescription medicines are blended with distilled water to avoid problems with the inconsistent quality of water. Many doctors prescribe distilled water for their patients to drink, especially those on sodium or salt restriced diets.

Distillation normally removes 99.99% of the dissolved minerals in water. Carry-over is primarily a concern with volatile organic chemical contaminants. Filtering the distilled water through a carbon filter removes these contaminants. An activated post carbon filter is recommended for this purpose.

Most people know that water is an unreliable source of minerals. Furthermore, they are inorganic minerals that the body has difficulty absorbing. Mineral sources come from food we eat, not the water we drink. These mineral sources are organic and readily assimilated by the body for good health.

A distiller is most desirable for producting point-of-use drinking water for you than any other method of purification. They are durable, dependable and require a minimum of maintenance for continuous operation. With basic care, THEY WILL CONSISTENTLY PRODUCE HIGH QUALITY WATER for the life of the appliance and the quality WILL NOT DECLINE with use.


How Your Commercial Works:
In the distillation process, water in the boiling tank comes to a boil, creating steam.

The steam rises, leaving behind bacteria killed in the boiling process, as well as chemicals, heavy minerals and pollutants found in the water source.

The steam moves past a volatile gas vent, into the condenser coils where it is cooled by air and condenses to become pure distilled water.

Commercial Distiller with 80 gallon storage tank - 42 gal./day

  • Height 17 inches
  • Width 23 inches
  • Depth 18 inches
  • Shipping Weight 75 lbs.
  • Produces 159 liters (approximately 42 gallons) every 24 hours.

Storage Tank

  • Holds 80 gallons (150 gallon tank available)
  • Height 52 inches
  • Width 23 inches
  • Depth 23 inches
  • Shipping Weight 95 lbs.

Overall Height 70 inches

  • Main power on/off control switch
  • Pilot switch controlling relay
  • Fan switch on/off
  • Manually reset electrical thermostat
  • Low voltage external pilot circuit
  • Boiling tank is 18 gauge 316 alloy stainless steel
  • Storage tank is 18 gauge 304 stainless steel
  • 24 volt float switch in storage tank for high level control
  • 208 or 240 volts AC - 50/60 Hz - single phase - 5000 watts
  • 24 volt breaker protected control circuit

Proven design with FLOAT CONTROL feature
316 alloy evaporator
Incoloy (stainless steel) heating element
Connects to water line for continuous automatic operation
Volatile gas vent system
Stainless steel support frame with casters
Built-in connection for adding remote faucet system to provide distilled water throughout the house

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