Water for the Household
Being sure of the water in our home is a fundamental aspect of everyday life. We use it to drink, cook, wash, and it is essential for our bodies to function. Needless to say, water is a serious matter, and we take it seriously.
E' tempo di cambiare. E fare ancora di più.
Investire in un sistema di trattamento acqua può sembrare oneroso, ma i benefici superano di gran lunga i costi sostenuti. Lavastoviglie professionali sempre efficienti, poca manutenzione e eliminazione del tempo utilizzato per lucidare posate, piatti e bicchieri.
Not all water is the same
Water is a living element and as such is subject to change, it varies depending on the territory and sometimes even throughout the day. Choosing the right treatment means getting the most out of this vital resource.
Hard water contains high
levels of calcium and
Improve the taste
Every element dissolved in the water transfers its own particular characteristic, soft, bitter, salty, and so forth. Finding the right blend of these substances creates the perfect recipe for obtaining the best possible product, enhancing the aromas and giving your drinks an attractive appearance. Water is, after all, the main ingredient of any food.
Water treatment overview
When people think of the water that comes from the mains, they normally consider it a fixed product that cannot be altered. In reality, the quality of the water changes not only from area to area, and sometimes even from street to street, but also within the same day. Water is part of nature, it is life, and therefore brings with it the traces of all the elements it meets along its path. It is understandable therefore that some of the substances it contains are not always desirable, good, healthy, and/or useful. For example: • a high concentration of dissolved minerals, • the presence of chlorine as a disinfectant (in the mains supply), • the presence of solid particles, such as microplastics, • the presence of bacteria, • a high concentration of limestone, make the water from our mains supply less than desirable and effectively useful.
4 reasons to choose a treatment
The safety of what we drink.
Water that tastes like water.
Respect for our planet.
Water treatment methods
Water treatment occurs mainly in two ways.
Filtration Filters allow the mains water supply to be purified of all those substances that alter its taste and smell, or which compromise its drinkability. To control its taste and smell, activated carbon is used, such as the Carbon Block Profine, which thanks to its properties of absorption, intercepts any particulate matter and chlorine. For toxic substances on the other hand such as pfas, nitrates and arsenic, specially designed filters are used. Reverse osmosis Thanks to the very high degree of filtration that characterises reverse osmosis machines, it is possible to obtain water with very high quality characteristics. As the water passes through one or more membranes, it is purified not only of the elements determining its hardness, but also of all the contaminating substances causing unpleasant odours and tastes, for example.
Investing in a water treatment system might seem expensive, but in the long run, the benefits far outweigh the costs. The convenience of having good water on tap, the safety of using a controlled product, and not least of all, the knowledge that you’re doing something useful for the planet. All aspects making beverage water treatment the choice of the future, for the future!
Homemade natural water
Good, light water from your tap
Domestic microfiltration kit with bacteriostatic action.
Domestic ultrafiltration kit with bacteriostatic action and ultrafiltration.
Dechlorination and clarification drinking water.
Home filtration kit which reduces nitrates.
Home filtration kit which reduces arsenic.
Home filtration kit which removes Pfas.
Remineralisation for drinking water.
Reverse osmosis system capable of able to provide light water.