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Types of Water Springs

Distilled Water
Distilled Water

Distilled water — Distilled water is a type of purified water. It’s water that has gone through a rigorous filtration process to strip it not only of contaminants, but any natural minerals as well.

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Liquid Water is wet and Fluid
Liquid Water is wet and Fluid

Water is wet, in the sense of being a liquid which flows easily, because its viscosity is low, which is because its molecules are rather loosely joined together. The sensation of wetness is largely due to the cooling caused by evaporation, and water has a rather high latent heat of vaporisation, which is the amount of heat it removes from its surroundings in order to convert liquid water into water vapour.

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Mineral Water
Mineral Water

Mineral water can be spring water if it comes from an underground aquifer from which water flows naturally to the surface. While spring water refers to where water comes from, mineral water refers to what the water contains.

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Solid Water—ice is Frozen Water
Solid Water—ice is Frozen Water

Ice is the solid state of water, a normally liquid substance that freezes to the solid state at temperatures of 0 °C (32 °F) or lower and expands to the gaseous state at temperatures of 100 °C (212 °F) or higher.

Sparkling Water
Sparkling Water

At Poland Spring, we like to keep it Real! Our Poland Spring® Brand Sparkling is made with real spring water, real fruit flavors, and refreshing bubbles. That’s it, no extra stuff needed. It’s a deliciously refreshing taste inspired by nature. With so many delicious flavors, you’re bound to find the best one for you.

Spring Water
Spring Water

Other reason for colored spring water may be due to natural tanning materials from organic material in subsurface rocks. Quality of Spring Water. The quality of water in your local ground water system will determine the quality of spring water. The quality of spring water can vary considerably because of factors such as quality of water that recharge the aquifer and the type of rocks that the groundwater is in contact.

Tap Water
Tap Water

Yes, some bottled water comes from sparkling springs and other pristine sources. But more than 25 percent of it comes from a municipal supply. The water is treated, purified and sold to us, often at a thousandfold increase in price.

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Well Water
Well Water

Both well water and spring water in a perfect world would be the ideal water to drink and the main difference would be the taste. Spring water might take the lead because it appears clear and wholesome.

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