Untreated water hurts your business!
Water is not just H2O - it plays a central and important role in a variety of businesses and industries
Hotels, sheltered housing, restaurants, cafes, convenience stores, bakeries, catering companies, food chains and other food services need treated water for daily business.
Controlling the quality of water that contains minerals and calcium that cause scale and corrosion can be critical to the day-to-day operation of the business and essential to brand identity and quality and customer loyalty.
The quality of mains water varies greatly from area to area and even from street to street.
High levels of dissolved minerals, the use of disinfectants and the presence of tiny solid particles, bacterial residues - cause an aftertaste in water.
Untreated water can cause scaling on internal parts, corrosion on metal surfaces and rotted rubber components inside your food service machines.
An aftertaste in water that impairs the quality of your product!
Scale and corrosion that shorten the life of the equipment!
Some of our advantages
Providing comprehensive services that include laboratory services
Chemical tests at the business to determine the presence of chemicals in the water that cause scale/corrosion that affect the operating expenses of the business.
We work according to international standards
A comparative chemical test is performed subject to the manufacturer's instructions regarding filtered water for each food machine.
Always consider the best interest of the customer
Using dedicated filtration systems for treated water significantly reduces expenses and increases profitability and the quality of food products.
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The leading company in the world in the quality of its products and in the quality of the filtered water, in multifaceted technologies and with many years of experience in the American market in particular and in the wider world in general, to give the business owner the best products in the world, in the field of water filtration. Like the mini filter membrane with a filtration level of 0.2 microns in a unique filtration technology, IMPACT technology that includes a carbon block with a membrane with a scale and corrosion treatment effect that is six times higher than a carbon filter in competing companies.
Our products provide high quality treated water for the food and beverage sector,
They give protection to the equipment against scale and corrosion, significantly reducing maintenance expenses and thus increasing the profitability of the business.
The importance of treated water for your business
The water affects the taste of the coffee, the taste and the transparency of the ice cubes. Combi ovens that operate at full steam. When you produce the food, the quality of the water you use is key to the right customer experience. Using quality filter products may save time and money as a result of scale and corrosion problems in the long run. Reducing scale and corrosion contamination in your machines in the long term will result in greater efficiency in operating capabilities with a significant reduction in technician service hours and large savings in operating expenses.
The quality of the filtered water >>
One of the most prominent problems - which usually leads to customer complaints - is that untreated and/or unfiltered water can cause aftertastes. These can be caused by a number of contaminants that may be in your water including dissolved minerals and sediment particles from disinfectants such as chlorine or rust and metals. Reducing such pollutants helps the good taste and quality of the products. for example:
The coffee has a richer and more delicate taste as a result of the extraction of the aroma and is not affected by bitterness and smell.
Cold drinks can be prepared using the recommended amount of syrup because it is not necessary to use an excess amount of syrup to hide aftertastes in drinks containing chlorine for example.
Beverages from vending machines and coolers are tastier without the presence of chlorine and water pollutants.
Ice does not suffer from odors or 'chlorine' deposits that cause cold drinks to contain aftertastes.
Food prepared or cooked with properly treated water does not contain off-flavors, compared to hard water.
The lifespan of the equipment and its efficiency >>
A professional laboratory test of the minerals in the mains water and receiving treated water in accordance with the baking and cooking equipment, is an indispensable condition for receiving treated water of the desired quality to protect the food and beverage equipment from scale and corrosion.
Low quality mains water will shorten the life of the equipment and cause unnecessary expenses. The most harmful problems for water quality are scale and corrosion caused by the minerals dissolved in the water that settle on the heating elements and cause scale and corrosion in the parts of the machine that react with the water.
Poor quality of treated water can lead to many malfunctions in the equipment, huge maintenance expenses - and ultimately reduce the life of the machine.
- Scale on heating elements will reduce energy efficiency because it reduces heat transfer.
- Scale will cause - narrowing and corrosion in pipes, valves and other internal components - a significant decrease in flow rates and can also cause internal leaks
- Accumulation of scale and corrosion on the surfaces of the installed equipment can reduce the lifespan of the machine and cause a high level of maintenance and unnecessary operating expenses.
- Filtration of mains water with only a softener that does not treat all the minerals in the water, results in treated water of poor quality and a significant increase in corrosion in the installed equipment.
The impact on the business
Dissatisfied customers and machine malfunctions resulting from untreated and/or treated water of poor quality can only lead in one direction: a negative impact on the business. Here are some examples of how poor water quality can directly affect the business:
Machines break down more frequently, or work sporadically - so there is a decrease in productivity and income and an increase in operating expenses.
Brand reputation may be damaged. The customers will leave or complain if they are not satisfied with the drink and even with the quality of the food, breads and pastries.
Unreliable working conditions, regular interruptions from service engineers and handling customer complaints can affect staff morale.
In the end, all of this is related to an increase in operating costs for the business and therefore to reduced profits.