Our thoughts are with everyone as Hurricane Irma intensifies with the possibility of hitting several areas of the southeastern coast of the United States.
First of all, STAY SAFE!
The Water Quality Association - recommends businesses affected by Hurricane Irma use bottled water for drinking and cooking until they know for sure that their tap water is safe. Be alert for local boil water orders. Flooding can cause disruptions with a municipal water source, prompting officials to issue boil water orders in many communities.
Existing water treatment...Read more
Part one of this series provided a general overview of the most common causes for corrosion in commercial steam cooking equipment. In this follow up, we will further explain some of contributing factors that lead to this corrosion, and various water treatment solutions that exist to combat the problems they create.Read more
Poor water quality of tap water can be detrimental for a Foodservice business. It can negatively impact equipment, beverage quality or both. However, the miss-application of water treatment technologies could stand to compound the problem. More is not always better when it comes to water treatment.Read more
In regards to Teflon tape, too many wraps can crack fittings and cause water leaks.
Too many wraps do not always create problems immediately but can cause leaks to develop several months later. A quality Teflon tape will only require two to three wraps around the female thread of most fittings to get an effective seal when wound tightly in the proper direction. Two to three wraps done...Read more
They say, “Coffee is 98+% water…”. Still, the water treatment industry has done a poor job of adequately educating the specialty coffee world. We have begun hands-on water quality experiments with our customers that promote engagement and tangible application. Read more to see how we help make sense of the "98%".Read more
Before shopping for the best deal on filtration for an ice maker, espresso machine, combi oven or any commercial Foodservice equipment, consider some of the ways water treatment can impact your business and what it is worth to you. To quote well known business strategist and success coach Stephen Covey, “Begin with the end in mind.”Read more
There is a significant myth being promoted by many in Foodservice that Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems waste water, via sending considerably more water to drain compared to what they produce. The fact is that properly designed and efficient RO systems do not waste water but use it to create pure water.Read more
Many people assume that tap water will have a pH close to neutral or 7. To provide safe drinking water to the public, the city water treatment facility is required to meet strict standards. To achieve this, most commonly a higher or more alkaline pH is maintained. This impacts the flavor of your beverages and your equipment.Read more
First, let us start by saying Thank You for visiting our site. You reading this post means the goal we set out for in creating our blog is being realized – to educate the Foodservice Industry on Water and Water Treatment. It goes without saying that you realize the problematic nature water can have on your business; water can diminish beverage quality and interfere with equipment performance. Given these realities, we are here to partner with you in turning these problems into solutions.
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