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Stone Ball

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Ceramic Ball

Ceramic Balls are made from inorganic, nonmetallic compounds that include oxides, carbides, or nitrides and are processed or used at high temperatures.

Ceramics started to become widely used for the filtration of drinking water in the 19th century. A ceramic has a small and complex pore structure, making it an ideal filter medium. Now more and more organizations are using Ceramic Ball in water filtration and purification media. It is a water purification tool, used on its own, or in conjunction with other purification systems. The ceramic ball is used in both commercial and household applications. For example, 1, or 2 Ceramic Ball placed in a 300 ml water bottle can purify the water in 8 hours, and can be used continuously, with no need for replacement.

Why Use Ceramic Ball for Water Treatment?
The reason that ceramics are now being used in addition to chemicals to treat water is that the municipal water contains many naturally occurring substances, a multitude of micro-organisms, and a host of other pollutants that are washed into the water supply from the surrounding land. Secondly, many of the naturally occurring minerals in water can be beneficial to health but some of the other substances can be extremely harmful, especially if imbibed over a long period. Also, private water supplies taken from wells, streams, rainwater collection tanks, and other sources do not have the benefit of any treatment by water companies. As a result, they tend to be unchlorinated, which often leads to bacteriological contamination, and full of unwanted particles. These can be anything from mud and silt, to rust from old pipe-work. Contamination from animal faeces is also possible, which leach into water supplies from the surrounding land.

The best way to maintain the beneficial minerals while removing the harmful pollutants is to use bio-ceramic water filters. In general, the smaller the pore size of a filter and the more complicated the path the water takes through the filter medium, the more effective it is at removing particles from water. In addition to being used for Water purifier and mineral water, Ceramic Ball are also being used in/as softener, laundry (washing), humidifier, aquariums, fish farms, cooling towers etc. Types of Ceramic Ball
Many companies are offering a series of high-tech environmental protection, health care and energy-saving products for water and air purifying, activating and mineralizing treatment. The following are the types of Ceramic Ball widely used in this industry.

Tourmaline Ceramic Ball
Tourmaline Ceramic ball is mainly made of the natural nonmetal mineral tourmaline, by nanometer technology, special formula and agglomeration techniques, and used with the ceramic ball for activating, purifying and mineralizing water. Tourmaline Ceramic Ball can remove the chlorine of the running water, thus change the acidity of water.

Mineral Ceramic Ball
Mineral Ceramic Ball are applied to a series of combination of inorganic materials. These balls are nontoxic, and are produced through superfine cracking and calcinations in high temperatures. It can boost activation, mineralization and activity of water which has several functions of health care and bacteria resistance.

Alkaline Reducing Ceramic Ball
Due to different factors such as environmental pollution and instant foods, today's generation suffers from high acidity levels in their bodies. The essential minerals included in the water due to these ceramics changes the acidity of one's body into weak alkaline. However the most important health benefit is the increase in hydrogen ions, which result in water with antioxidant benefits. Other features include high capacity of calcium (Enhance the bone regeneration), and other minerals to help the balance of metabolism and enhance immunity. Lastly, the alkaline reduced water with enriched minerals tastes great.

Negative Ion Ceramic Ball
It is made by melting in different layers and at grades high temperature by adopting plasma technology to amalgamate sufficiently. These types of Ceramic Ball are widely used for cartridges, filters, tank, water purification, industry, household, vegetable & plants, animal, farm and poultry etc

As a health care ball it is mainly made of the natural nonmetal mineral tourmaline, kaolin and high-grade clay by nanometer comminution technology, special formula and agglomeration techniques, and used with the ceramic ball for water purifiers, textile and health care products. It is also known to cure gout affection, enhance metabolism, accelerate cell regeneration, absorb disease outcome and have antipyrotic function. Also, these types of ceramics can dissolve fat and has function of boosting diuresis.

Far Infrared Rays Ceramic Ball
In addition to acting as an anti-ageing agent, it strengthens the body's resistance to infectious diseases, increasing the oxygen capacity of the blood, and improving stress tolerance. Also, it improves the balance of blood pressure, blood sugar, and increase in oxygen and nutrients in your cells resulting in increased muscle strength, vitality and mental stability. Natural wavelengths of far infrared light, for example, are essential for bone growth as well as preventing osteoporosis, regulating hormonal functions and boosting your immune system.

Ceramic Ball usage

- made from inorganic, nonmetallic comfounds of natural mineral stones.
- considering the each ceramic ball of effect, produced by the most ideal blending, molding and firing a various of biocera( http://www.biocera.co.kr ) ceramic powders made with natural stones.
- Biocera Ceramic Ball have a dense porous structure and act on the water when the normal water like a city water pass through them. At the result of that, biocera Ceramic Ball change the normal water into the special water to have the functions - antibacterial, antioxidant alkaline, pi energy water, mineral water, hexagonal water, ion water and etc.
Therefore, they are to being used for Water purifier and mineral water as well as being
used in/as softener, laundry (washing), humidifier, aquariums, fish farms, cooling towers etc, according to the each purpose of use.

 

For more information about ceramic ball visit: http://www.biocera.co.kr/eng/Ceramic_Balls.htm

About the Author

MMacie is a staff writer for Ticket Nest ( www.ticketnest.com ) and enjoys writing about her travel, theater and concert experiences.She also write on various other informative topics. She can be reached at macie@ticketnest.com

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The other day I ended up with a stone bruise in front of my heal, and I had to walk on the ball of my foot?

so it wouldn't hurt. Now the bottom, side of my foot hurts. Sometimes it hurts all the way to my ankle. It's not tender to the touch. Just hurts to walk. Are there any suggestions on what I did and what I could do to heal my foot?

This is from favoring the ball of your foot.
You can hold your foot in the air and write the "a b c's" with your foot 3 times a day for a few days and it should feel better

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