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Deionized water can be created from a mixed bed deionizer. These are sometimes rechargable beds obtained from a supply company like Culligan. They can also be recharged on site using sulfuric acid and sodium hydroxide. These are cation-anion exchange systems.

These systems were designed primarily for use where ultra-pure water was needed. Applications include pharmaceutical plants, medical facilities, dialysis centers, and other industrial applications where electronics are involved. In electronic applications the deionized water has no electrical conductuance (it's an insulator) so it can be used to indirectly cool electrical circuits without risk of causing a short.

There are some applications for deionized water in boiler work as well. Treated water has no minerals for scale formation and has very low dissolved gasses.

The disadvantage of deionized water is that it can be corrosive to some metals. Since it is deionized, it does not conduct--giving it the potential to allow galvanic corrosion in piping made of conducting metals. Additionally, switching from tap to DI water in a piping system can cause removal of scale--in older piping systems, that can cause the pipe to fail because the scale might be the only thing keeping it together. Stainless Steel or other piping with a passive oxide layer will be OK.

In home use it has seen increasing application for whole house water supplys to remove all taste and odor. It also removes toxins and oxidants and reducing agents. The water will have no taste and will not be a great thirst quencher. There are some medical benefits claimed to be associated with deionized water which "chelate" toxins and other "bad" things from the body.

Another advantage of deionized water which can be achieved with a softener is a reduction of the use of soap for clothes washing and dish washing.

I would not recommend deionized water for whole house use. Possibly specifically for certain applications but not the whole house.

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