Water for coffee
E' tempo di cambiare. E fare ancora di più.
Not all wateris the same
Untreated water contains high levels of
sediments and could damage or obstruct the
Improve the taste
Treatment is worth it
4 reasons to choose a treatment
Prevents blockages in pipes
Protects against scaling
Water treatment methods
The result one obtains through the use of the water softener is the elimination
of the calcium Ca2+ and magnesium Mg2+ ions, which are responsible for the
hardness of the water.
In this way, one effectively prevents the formation of build-up of limescale that
over time reduces the performance of the machines
and causes their breakdown.
The decarbonisation filters remove the carbonates of calcium CaCO3
and magnesium MgCO3. The use of these filters allows you to obtain a triple
result, protection of the machines, drinks with tastes that are richer
and fuller, and sparkling clean glasses, dishes and cutlery.
Thanks to the very high degree of filtration that characterises reverse osmosis
machines, it is possible to obtain water with very high quality characteristics.
Passing through one or more membranes causes the water to be purified not
only of the elements that determine its hardness, but also of all the
contaminating substances, responsible, for example,
of unwanted odours and flavours.
Water is the main ingredient, that magical liquid that transforms ground coffee into espresso. Have you ever tried using water that was too soft, as if it were distilled? We’d get an evanescent cream. And water that is too hard?
Too bitter, and with unpleasant tastes! A water with the right ratio of calcium, magnesium and carbonates, manages to take the aromas we want from the coffee, bringing them to the cup, so that we can have the perfect espresso.