If a quality cup of espresso is your ultimate goal, you have to start with the basics – pure, clean, healthy water. It’s the only way to attain espresso excellence. With the right BWT water filter, you can protect your equipment from damage caused by contaminants in the water and deliver an unsurpassed beverage experience to your customers.
Some contaminants that can cause problems for your commercial espresso equipment and compromise the quality of your coffee drinks are water hardness, sediment, and chlorine. The primary cause of water-related problems with commercial coffee equipment is the accumulation of scale from calcium and magnesium, causing water hardness. Over the course of time, this mineral buildup hampers the efficient transfer of heat, causes increased maintenance of your equipment, and lowers the quality of your beverages.
Sediment is made up of rust, dirt, fine silt, and other debris in your water supply. This can damage fittings and cause excess wear and tear on equipment parts. Chlorine poses its own set of unique problems. In addition to producing an unpleasant odor and taste that can ruin any beverage, it can also cause corrosion to heating elements and other wet surfaces. This increases your maintenance costs and can ultimately cut short the life of your expensive equipment.
BWT water treatment filters and lime scale inhibitors can solve all your water treatment needs, enabling you to deliver a consistently excellent consumer experience. Water treatment is preventative maintenance. Protect your investment by ensuring your commercial espresso equipment is processing the purest water possible.
For any questions concerning the right BWT water treatment product to use for your particular equipment, please feel free to contact us. 1st-line Equipment is committed to providing excellent service and helping you find the products that best suit your needs. We are here to make sure you have everything you need to produce unswervingly exceptional espresso, coffee, hot chocolate, tea and other hot beverages for your loyal customers.
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