Types of Water Treatment
R.O. Systems (Reverse Osmosis)
These are installed under the sink with a separate drinking water faucet. Many bottled waters are tap water treated with an R.O. system. For a fraction of the cost, you can conveniently enjoy the benefits of bottled pure water right at your kitchen sink. R.O. systems involve the passing of mineralized water under pressure through a semi-permeable membrane. This enables fresh water to pass through, leaving mineral contaminants behind.
Reverse Osmosis (RO) is one of the most popular methods for effective home water purification due to its ability to deliver bottled-water levels of safety and taste. In fact, the leading bottled-water companies actually use large-scale RO to produce their water. So instead of wasting money on plastic bottles that pollute the environment, consider a cost-effective RO system that removes over 99% of dissolved minerals, chlorine and contaminants down to sub-microscopic levels. You’ll enjoy crystal clear water for drinking, cooking, and drink mixing that tastes great. Learn more about how reverse osmosis works and its benefits.
AquaChoice uses a unique filter blend and submicron technology to provide premium water quality and enhanced taste. Our filters remove chlorine, dirt and other contaminants providing the premium water quality needed to dispense great tasting quality beverages. With our unique technology, vending machines, coffee brewers and water dispensers remain clean and functioning properly to extend equipment life while dispensing quality drinks.
Used in restaurants, convenience stores, food serving establishments, offices, coffee shops and more, AquaChoice will benefit your bottom line.