Water filtration is an often-overlooked aspect of food service equipment. Unfiltered or improperly filtered water can have negative effects on every aspect of your food service operation. It is important in food service so that water is not only safe but tastes great. Water softener (ion exchange) adds salt to the water. Phosphates add chemicals to the water. Chlorine has been used to disinfect water since the early 1900s. Some customers will not notice the taste of chlorine, but others will, and chlorine can drastically alter the taste of post-mix beverages and coffee.
Scale Eliminator and Flavor Enhancer: 100% Filtration, no change in capacity up to 25 grains of hardness
ELIMINATES ODOR AND IMPROVES TASTE / FILTRATION
Particles of dirt, turbidity, heavy metals, and organic compounds such as herbicides, pesticides, or pharmaceutical residues are removed from the water by means of extremely fine activated carbon in the form of a block that surrounds the SP3 limescale prevention granules. Chlorine and other substances in the water have a negative effect on the taste and odor of food and drink are removed.
SP3 ANTI-LIMESCALE GRANULES
The temporary water hardness
(dissolved calcium bicarbonate) is transformed into micrometer-sized aragonite crystals. Due to this change in its structure, the formed crystals can no longer attach themselves to surfaces such as fittings, heating coils, or pipes. Ensuring lasting protection from limescale
deposits of all kinds and their unwanted side effects.
Applications include (not limited to):
High capacity GUARANTEED to reduce – PLUS BAD TASTE AND ODOR
JUST A THOUGHT: Typically, filters are changed every 6 months, BUT how do you know if the filter still has capacity? The dual rack helps ensure filters aren’t thrown out before their stated capacity
Special filter Challenge
Test the pH of the water with your existing filter. Then replace the existing filter with our Special filter and test the pH.
|pH Range:||6.5 – 9.5|
|Hardness (maximum):||26 gpg|
|Water pressure:||30 psi to 120 psi
(2.1-8 bar to 6.9 bar)
|Temperature:||41°F – 176°F (5°C – 80°C)|
|Free Chlorine:||< 3 ppm – mg/l|
|Iron (maximum):||0.5 ppm – mg/l|
|Magnesium (maximum):||0.05 ppm – mg/l|
|Copper (maximum):||1.3 ppm – mg/l|
|Salinity (maximum):||35,000 ppm – mg/l10|
The SP3 media protects from scale, corrosion, and bacteria.
Water with pH in the 7.0 – 7.2 range prior to being filtered through the scale stick or ion exchange will come out with a pH lower than 7.
Don’t believe us? Ok, test the pH of your water yourself.