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Iron in water will leave an orange-brown staining in both sinks and toilets. Iron can also cause corrosion to plumbing pipes and faucet fixtures. Having an irregular pH balance of your water will result in blue-green staining around your sink drains.
Water high in minerals will affect the taste of coffee causing it to taste more bitter, since the minerals reduce the coffee’s flavor.
Metals, minerals or bacteria may cause your ice to be discolored and cloudy. This is a sign of hard water which can also affect the taste.
Spots on glass and flatware caused by hard water are unappealing to customers. A water softener will not only help to eliminate hard water deposits, but it will also help to preserve the life of your appliances and dishware. Without the hard scale build-up, dishwashers run more efficiently, and bathroom fixtures will remain free from rust or film caused by hard water
When consistent water purity and quality a must, then it is time for a Kinetico commercial reverse osmosis system (also known as an ‘RO’). Various RO series available to meet your needs.
We offer a variety of Kinetico commercial water softener systems, from the Kinetico CP Series to the Kinetico Hydrus 3 tank options that meet water demands by providing continuous water flow.
Iron and calcium deposits cause build up in pipes and drains causing malfunctions and breakdowns. Hard water will cause scaling which deposits minerals onto the surface and can drastically reduce the life of a water heater.
Boiling hard water will dissolve minerals and affect the taste and texture of food. Chlorine and chloramine can result in a ‘bleaching’ effect making vegetables look dull and less colorful.
Filtered water should be used when preparing food, as unfiltered water can greatly impact the flavor of a dish.
Water makes up about 85% of fountain drinks, so any impurities in the water can greatly affect the taste and odor.
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