What is a Structured Water Filter?

You may have heard of the term “structured water filtration”, but what does this mean? Essentially, this is the process of passing purified water through various stages of treatment to ensure that the impurities are removed from the water. In the case of water purification, this is done through one of two different methods: distillation or carbon absorption. With a structured water filter, you simply cannot make water with charcoal filters, softeners or reverse osmosis, though you can pass purified water through some of these filters to simply restructure it as desired. These filters use a combination of various technologies to ensure that all the contaminants are removed from the water, with no impurities left over in the process. click reference
A structure consisting of a single channel and a series of semi-permeable channels has been found to be highly effective in removing microorganisms, metals, and organic chemicals from water molecules. Dr. Pollack explains the concept behind the development of this type of water filtration system in detail in his book, Water filtered, and other references. Basically, the structure allows water molecules to pass through it in narrow confines where other processes cannot occur, such as in reverse osmosis. However, he goes on to explain that it is only possible with certain types of contaminants and is extremely effective at removing only some of them.
So, how does your whole house structured water filter work? It starts by filling the unit with tap water. After insertion into the unit, the water is then heated to suit the specific needs of the individual unit. This heating process causes the impurities to release from the water molecules, while keeping the essential mineral component of the mineral such as calcium and magnesium constant. Water that passes through this whole house unit stays pure and safe throughout the whole life of the unit.