Development and technology
For some technical applications, the water is subject to requirements that are even stricter than those for domestic hot water.
Water is developed by us until it fits for the desired technical application. Water is in a continuous cycle. Raised up by the sun and wind, it condenses over the atmosphere and reaches the earth again in the form of rain or snow. It flows over very different types of surfaces and soils, trickles away into rock layers and, in doing so, enriches itself with minerals and gases even throughout centuries. Water is available at almost every location on Earth, but no longer in abundance and only seldom at the desired level of quality. Water must first be prepared with suitable technologies so that people can use it. However, for technical applications of very diverse types, even higher demands are placed on this water than those that are in place for drinking water. It must be, for example, free from gases and must no longer contain any minerals.