water softener and reverse osmosis buying a water softener for your coffee shop equipment-Ocpuritech

water softener and reverse osmosis buying a water softener for your coffee shop equipment

by:Ocpuritech     2019-07-21
Actually, if you're going to open a coffee shop, choosing the whole water system softener is like choosing where to buy coffee beans: it should be a wise decision because it will crash you.All in all, it will depend on where you are.The water was hard in central Texas, but I chose not to soften my whole water system just for the coffee machine.
If you are not familiar with hard water, this is why lime is formed --up.This is a white hardshell building that will kill your $8000 coffee machine and other equipment.It blocked the pipe and accumulated to the point of water that could not pass in time.
Then your machine needs to be completely disassembled.limed (aka de-scaled).Not beautiful and not cheap!I have a group of mine.About $900 at first.These two groups need to be done, but I actually solved it myself.
What an experience!Avoid the accumulation of lime scaleGet the water softener.Before you open a coffee shop, in my experience, you should get some sort of water softener no matter where you are.Pure Aquarium (formerly known as Cuno)Line water softener filters that will last about 30-90 days depending on your quantity.
The replaced filter is about $40 and can be purchased through the housing.This is not recommended for bulk stores as it can become expensive.You can buy all kinds of water softener and look around.
My client used a soft agent called INOXDEP.This is a small cylindrical container where you can add salt water.e.Salt pills) to about every month.This is a small manual version of a big house --Water softener.
I have the same softener and I like it;it works great.If you have a lot of kitchen equipment like ice maker, dishwasher, etc, you might consider a large water softener for the entire water supply system.Or at least cold water.I also have a client who only has hot water soft because he has a restaurant and he wants to protect his dishwasher.
The ice maker has its own filtration system, as do coffee machines and coffee machines.So you can walk a lot.Hard, bad, unfiltered water will kill not only the taste of your coffee, but also your coffee maker and other expensive equipment.Don't ignore this!Ask me how I know!The cost of the entire system softener is about $2000.
4000, it may be excessive for some people, but it is worth it for you, so you don't have to change a filter every month.Just change the salt.You may want to talk to your city water department about hardness and overall water quality so you can plan accordingly.If you're going to open a coffee shop, some industry experts will tell you to go to a water softener specialist or do reverse osmosis, but it's too much in my opinion.
Just chill out for your espresso and coffee (and other important equipment if applicable) and don't worry too much about the tap.Actually, the whole HouseIf this is the way you want to go, the type of water softener at Home Depot will work well.On the other hand, make sure to test your water at least once a week to make sure it's in a soft area.
A company called Hach makes test strips under the "Softech" brand to do test work for you.You can find them online.So when you open a coffee shop, just like where to buy fresh coffee beans, the water softener can break you or break your heart, because it can make your equipment work more effectively, extend the life of all equipment.Hopefully these tips will give you an idea of what to look.
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