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Restaurants should consider the quality of water they use and serve to customers since it can greatly affect the food and beverage items they sell. A commercial reverse osmosis system like the PRO+AQUA PRO+RO will be able to meet the daily demands of any busy restaurant. Capable of producing 1000 gallons of reverse osmosis water per day, that water can be utilized in a multitude of ways such as baking, cooking, coffee, teas, or for drinking. 

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There are thousands of RV’s on the road with owners that think they don’t need an RV water softener system. They’re most likely using an antiquated way of filtering campground water by employing a tiny inline filter that goes from the source to the RV. Though that method can work in some situations, we’re not going to judge you. But we are going to provide you a better alternative to filter your water, enhance your camping experience and become the talk of the campground. Are you ready? Let’s go!

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While there are a variety of products available in the market for water filtration, many of them are small inline carbon filters that can be attached to the water source and the pop-up camper. Though these are handy and affordable, they are not the best solution when it comes to filtering campground water. One of the reasons is that they are far too small and the amount of carbon they have in them isn’t enough to filter everything, meaning sediment particles such as dirt, rust, silt can make it past the carbon media and into the drinking glasses of the campers or into the foods they are cooking with. 

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Since coffee is 99% made of water, the quality needs to be at a level that is higher than what the source is. Water varies from city to city, and that means that city water in one particular area could actually be soft and not carry too many minerals, chemicals, or contaminants. While another city’s water source is from a well that has a high count of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and iron. 

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Beer aficionados know that water is crucial to beer. As the biggest ingredient by volume in beer, water, and its properties – dissolved minerals and other suspended substances -- affect the flavor profile. The distinctive characteristics of the water used in beer brewing have led to distinctive flavors on the local and regional levels. Today’s brewers have incredible control over water characteristics and their influence on beer flavor profiles, thanks to commercial reverse osmosis water filtration systems. With these water filters, brewers are able to maintain the distinct profiles that make their beer stand out in a competitive marketplace as well as to ensure consistency from batch to batch.

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