28 questions from our users
I recently bought a new espresso machine that came with a hardness test to set the descale time. I tested the pureau water just to check, and it showed up as level 5 hardness, which is the highest level.
How would this be, as I thought hardness measures the amount of minerals in water?
I have purchased x3 10litre boxes of your water and this first box has a chemically soapy taste to it that is very off putting. My son stated he could taste the same taste in the last 5 litre box we purchased.What is this contaminant?
While the Pureau may be 'pure', it appears to lack the elements and minerals that one needs. What trace elements are in the water?
What is the metal in the metallic foil used as a bladder in pureau water?
Can it be used in lead acid batteries
I have been told that water with a ph above 9 is best for you. Is this correct.?
7.40 is the recomended ph level,but 9 is ok as the human organs will adjust the ph to its correct balance. But the higher or lower the ph level is from 0 to 14 the body organs have to work harder to adjust the balance for optimal balance of 7.40.
What is the shelf life of the water if stored correctly?
If you buy water thats fully sealed in a bladder and in a box,there is no expiry or best before date because light cant penetrate the box and bladder to create the green slime that we all know about. Sunlight creates bacteria in water in a very short time,that is why i only buy cask water as it has no use by date and is perfect for someone who is a prepper like me.
Do you have pur advance faucet water filter chrome fm-3700b?
I have a shower head filter on our shower head and bath tap because were we live we are on extreme water restrictions level 5-80 litres of water per person per day,the council is trucking water in daily and the water is heavily treated with chemicals that was creating skin issues with myself and my kids. Pureau water to my knowelege is purified tap water so theres no need to filter it,but if you want to filter it for your own satisfaction a charcoal filter with a multi-stage filtration canister will do the job.
Is Pureau water always in BPA free containers. During your filtration process, are all the minerals depleted making it necessary to put minerals back into the water. Thankyou regards jennifer
Which spring water is the good quality in Brisbane ? I tried Coles spring water but it was terrible.
If you're unable to get Noble's Pureau in Brisbane then I don't know what else is available. Noble's is fluoride, chlorine, sodium & additives free.
Visit a Health shop or Mrs Flannery store.
If you don't like any of the varieties at Supermarket. Cheers
The best water available in the bladder and casket form is Tasmanian mountain waters,this brand is the only 100% true natural spring water ,pureau casket water is tap water thats treated and purified as is with all the other brands of waters. If you dont beleive me google australian bottled water and casket waters,there is infomation there that tells you which brands are treated tap water,and treated spring water.
hi I'm wondering can I safely use to make colloidal silver?
Steve, I would think if you are using water in a chemical reaction you would need distilled water. Pureau is, I beleive, natural water!
that is or was my belief too .but when trying to locate pure distilled water received many contradictions even business selling batteries informed me deionised was the new distilled. I know I have to use pure water with practically no content ie metals chlorine minerals of any kind and reading on websites pureau tops the list,i was hoping for reassurance from the producers but as it turns out yesterday me and the wife filled a jar with pureau water and adding silver electrodes & 1 9v battery waited.previously using tap water 7or8 minutes gave us a cloudy mixture and we were believing that was good, after looking deeper and worrying about the quality we were tying again ,it took just over 3 hrs including the ocassional stir and quick clean of the rods ,not a lot of action but some ,having been told use a lazer we checked periodicaly and afterabout two and a half hours a flicker improving into a fine sparkling red beam penetrating the glass completely ,don,t laugh but we are thrilled ,will keep on researching but so happy we have a result we are pleasd with.guess I,ve answered my own question I do believe pureau is the best but of course I,m just a novice doing the best I can with the information I find
, I will be looking continuously for improvements.,
My son has eczema and I have high blood pressure.Is it purely water safe for us. Is it good for us to drink it in stead of drinking Melbourne tap water .
I've asked this question 3 times now and can't find the response; Is the outer layer of the packaging Aluminium and does it come in contact with the water..thanks Jahki
Sorry, but I am not able to answer that Question! Manufacturer can only answer a query such as that!
Contact Noble's Jahki for full information. I have been drinking this water for many years. I have had hair analysis testing and my Aluminium levels are virtually non existent. Hope this helps.
My apologies that your question has not been answered sooner.
Regarding your question on our bag composition, it is comprised of two layers – the inner layer is a plastic called LDPE which holds the water. This plastic is 100% free of phthalates and BPA and PVC. The outside layer, which is the metallic foil, only acts as an oxygen barrier to ensure that the water stays free of odours and what not (in the wine industry this layer ensures that the wine contained within the cask bag does not oxidise). It does not come into contact with the plastic or water.
LDPE is one of the safest and most inert plastics on the market which is why we use it.
So please be rest assured that our packaging format is 100% safe to use.
The Pureau Team
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