Enjoy California Certified Pure Drinking Water
To be called “Pure” water in the state of California the standard for purification is even higher than the water they sell to us to drink. The water is tested by an accredited laboratory in the State of California. The water hast to have “0” E-coli coliforms, “0” coliforms and a total (total dissolved solids) TDS of less than 10 parts per million.
We at I.B. ClearWater have had our water tested at Clarkson Labs in San Diego since the first day we opened in 2017, and have consistently met all required standards. Carl Bailey, our resident water guru, also tests the water with in-house testing equipment a minimum of three times per week.
This process ensures the removal of contaminants, like bacteria, dissolved solids and metals, fluoride and a myriad of other possible pollutants. Our certified pure drinking water is filtered through a multi-step process, which is rigorously maintained and regularly tested, resulting in a steady supply of consistently outstanding drinking water to our customers.
Our location features a state-of-the art water filtration system on-site which produces the certified pure drinking water daily, so you’re guaranteed to get the freshest water possible. We operate a closed system, which means your water flows directly from our fresh water silos to your storage container. Even our faucets have clear guards installed so no one is able to touch the faucet that your water comes out of.
Cleanliness, hygiene, clear- pure-water and professional friendly customer service are our top priorities.
We welcome you to bring in and fill any number of bottles of any shape and size. All bottles are thoroughly rinsed before refilling. We accomplish the rinsing with two custom “ozonated high pressure rinse out spouts” built into our nine (9) faucet, stainless-steel filling table. Our certified pure drinking water is also available for contracted water services, to both private residences and businesses.
Pure Drinking Water & the pH Scale
The pH level of your drinking water reflects how acidic it is. pH stands for “potential of hydrogen,” referring to the amount of hydrogen found in a substance (in this case, water). pH is measured on a scale that runs from 0 to 14. Seven is neutral, meaning there is a balance between acid and alkalinity.
Drinking natural mineralized alkaline water is generally considered safe, since it contains natural minerals. However, you should use caution with artificial alkaline water, which likely contains fewer minerals necessary for good health than its high pH would have you believe.
There are a few studies that suggest alkaline water might be helpful for certain conditions.
For example, a 2012 study found that drinking alkaline water with a pH of 8.8 may help deactivate pepsin, which is the main enzyme that causes acid reflux.
Another study suggested that drinking alkaline water may have benefits for people who have high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol.
A fairly recent study that included 100 people found a significant difference in whole blood viscosity after consuming high pH water compared to regular water after a strenuous workout. Viscosity is the direct measurement of how blood flows through the vessels. Those who consumed high pH water reduced viscosity by 6.3 percent compared to 3.36 percent with standard purified drinking water. This means blood flowed more efficiently with alkaline water. This can increase oxygen delivery throughout out the body.
However, as with all health-related things we put into our bodies, more research is needed beyond these small studies, specifically into some of the other claims made by alkaline water supporters.
Proponents of drinking alkaline water still believe in its many proposed health benefits, which may include:
anti-aging properties (via liquid antioxidants that absorb more quickly into the human body)
immune system support
hydration, skin health, and other detoxifying properties