What's in your water?
Depending on where you live and the water conditions in your area, there could be a large variety of minerals dissolved in your water supply. Most of these will be harmless, but they do have an effect on the water’s ability to buffer pH. For example, reverse osmosis water has very little ability to resist (buffer) changes in pH while water saturated with minerals (tap water) has a larger capacity to resist change in pH. A commonly known buffer that we have all used after a particulary spicy meal for acid indigestion is an antacid like...Read more
Many of you out there are considering utilizing reverse osmosis systems to protect your combi ovens or improve your coffee beverage. R.O. Systems are used to remove dissolved solids and impurities in your water supply by forcing water through a semipermeable membrane. However, the process of reverse osmosis filtration is a slow one and as such requires a good storage tank to keep your purified water stored in. So let’s look at a few of the choices that are available as tanks and show you which ones may be better for your situation.
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