The Dynamics of Water Inside an Egg Shaped Water Dispenser

Why Egg Shaped Water Dispensers Energise Water

Remembering that all life begins as an egg, so too does an egg shaped water dispenser offer the ideal dynamic environment to give your drinking water life.

The geometry of the egg shape enables water molecules to constantly circulate freely and therefore, stop water stagnating and becoming home to bacteria and other pathogens.

This is in strong contrast to any water storage cylinder with a 90º corner at the base which, restricts the circulation of water and causes a thermal barrier that prevents water circulating.

Remembering that all life begins as an egg, so too does an egg shaped water dispenser offer the ideal dynamic environment to give your drinking water life.

The geometry of the egg shape enables water molecules to constantly circulate freely and therefore, stop water stagnating and becoming home to bacteria and other pathogens.

This is in strong contrast to any water storage cylinder with a 90º corner at the base which, restricts the circulation of water and causes a thermal barrier that prevents water circulating.

Without the restrictive geometry of a cylinder water can circulate inside an ovoid water dispenser as warmer water molecules are lighter and therefore rise to the surface while cooler water molecules are denser and descend. This is why water close to the surface of a body of water feels warmer than deeper water.

Inside an egg shaped water dispenser water molecules can rise and fall, a dynamic action stimulated by temperature differentials between the internal and external environments.

Temperature transfers from a warm mass to a cooler mass through the wall of the copper water dispenser; the direction of thermal energy can transfer either from within to the external environment or ,vice versa.

As water molecules warm they rise and displace cool water molecules that descend creating micro vortices thereby energising water.

The temperature exchange between the inner and outer environments is made particularly efficient with copper water dispensers because copper is an excellent thermal conductor that, depending on the ambient room temperature, will warm or cool water molecules close to the wall of the copper water dispenser.

Water inside a copper Water Egg is always subject to external temperature changes from air-conditioning, room heating and variations in the ambient room temperature during the course of the day or night.

Combined with coppers many health benefits including being antibacterial, anti-algae and a proven capacity to neutralise parasites, it’s little wonder copper has been the material of choice to store drinking water in for thousands of years.

Water is life; all life begins as an egg.

The Dynamics of Water Inside an Egg Shaped Water Dispenser

Why the Egg Shaped Water Dispenser Energizes Water

Remembering that all life begins as an egg, so too does an egg shaped water dispenser offer the ideal dynamic environment to give your drinking water life.

The geometry of the egg shape enables water molecules to constantly circulate freely and therefore, stop water stagnating and becoming home to bacteria and other pathogens.

This is in strong contrast to any water storage cylinder with a 90º corner at the base which, restricts the circulation of water and causes a thermal barrier that prevents water circulating.

Without the restrictive geometry of a cylinder water can circulate inside an ovoid water dispenser as warmer water molecules are lighter and therefore rise to the surface while cooler water molecules are denser and descend. This is why water close to the surface of a body of water feels warmer than deeper water.

Inside an egg shaped water dispenser water molecules can rise and fall, a dynamic action stimulated by temperature differentials between the internal and external environments.

Temperature transfers from a warm mass to a cooler mass through the wall of the copper water dispenser; the direction of thermal energy can transfer either from within to the external environment or ,vice versa.

As water molecules warm they rise and displace cool water molecules that descend creating micro vortices thereby energising water.

The temperature exchange between the inner and outer environments is made particularly efficient with copper water dispensers because copper is an excellent thermal conductor that, depending on the ambient room temperature, will warm or cool water molecules close to the wall of the copper water dispenser.

Water inside a copper Water Egg is always subject to external temperature changes from air-conditioning, room heating and variations in the ambient room temperature during the course of the day or night.

Combined with coppers many health benefits including being antibacterial, anti-algae and a proven capacity to neutralize parasites, it’s little wonder copper has been the material of choice to store drinking water in for thousands of years.

Water is life; all life begins as an egg