Nantze Springs offers a full line of bottled water products for commercial and residential use.

Spring Water

Just as Mother Nature provided to us. Nothing added, nothing taken away. Purified by UV light, ozonation, and sub-micron filtration.

Drinking Water

Natural well water processed by reverse osmosis and then blended with Spring Water to add back minerals for taste. Purified by UV light, ozonation, and sub-micron filtration.

Distilled Water

Natural well water processed by distillation to a TDS of less than 1ppm.

Purified Water

Natural well water processed by distillation to a TDS of less than 10ppm.


Glossary of Terms

UV Light

UV Light is used to kill or remove any living organisms in the water. This is all done without adding any kind of chemicals or anything harmful to the water.

Ozonation

Ozone acts as a natural disinfectant. Ozone oxidizes bacteria and organic materials before reverting back to oxygen.

Sub-Micron Filtration

Sub-Micron filtration uses filters to remove solid particles from the water down to 0.2 micron.

Reverse Osmosis

Filtering of the water to separate out any other materials, minerals, or contaminants. The process by which water molecules are forced through a .001 micron semi-permeable membrane by water pressure.

Distillation

Distillation is the process of turning water into steam. The steam will rise and proceed to a separate chamber where it cools and returns to a liquid state purified of additional substances that may have been present before distillation.

TDS

TDS is the abbreviation for Total Dissolved Solids and comprise of inorganic salts and minerals. Nantze Springs meets or exceeds all FDA and IBWA requirements.

Flash Pasteurization

The liquid is moved in a controlled, continuous flow while subjected to temperatures above 160°, for a specific period of time. This helps to kill any spoilage microorganisms for a safer product and to extend the shelf life of the product.

Nitrogen Dosed

This process adds a dose of nitrogen to the bottle to remove any remaining oxygen and pressurizes the bottle when it is sealed.

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