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Archive for November, 2013

Commercial Water Softeners: 8 Businesses That Can Step Ahead of the Competition With a Commercial Water Softener

Posted on: November 25th, 2013 by admin No Comments

Water softeners are being integrated into homes all over the UK. But it’s not just homes that can benefit from water softeners. Here we take a look at 8 businesses that can step ahead of the competition and benefit financially from a commercial water softener.


Commercial Water Softeners for Cafes & Coffee Shops

Commercial Water Softeners for Cafes & Coffee ShopsA water filter is a must if your café or coffee shop serves fresh coffee through an espresso machine.

Espresso machines boil water at a very high temperature and pressure, meaning that lime scale forms at a very fast rate on espresso machines resulting in costly repairs.

Limescale build up in your coffee machine can be avoided with a water softener.


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Chlorine in Water

Posted on: November 18th, 2013 by admin

Chlorine has been added to the UK’s water supply for over a hundred years now. This is because chlorine in water is the most effective way of killing bacteria that could do you harm but does this mean that we should have to drink it in our tap water?

chlorine in uk tap water

Once chlorine has killed the harmful germs in transit to our homes, it offers no further benefits. In fact it tastes and smells bad and is bad for your health and well-being. So should we still consume it, absorb it and suffer from its negative effects? At Aquatec – the Pure Water People we don’t think so and that’s why we remove chlorine from your water supply with our whole house water purification systems. This article explores why we remove chlorine from water:

Why is Chlorine added to Water?

Chlorine is a disinfectant and is added to the UK water supply to kill bacteria and dangerous micro-organisms that have the potential to cause diseases. The chlorine kills these harmful pollutants by damaging their cell structure.


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