Water Cooler Overflowing – Causes and Remedies

Water Cooler Overflowing – Causes and Remedies

The reservoir of your water cooler is made from durable stainless steel;  for this reason, a leak typically originates from the water bottle. A vacuum seal is required to prevent your water reservoir from overflowing. If there is a pinhole or crack in the water bottle, the seal will not be created and will result in a leak.

Unfortunately, simply taping up the pinhole or crack will not suffice; the bottle itself will need to be replaced.

How to Stop a Water Cooler Leak

Remove the water bottle; if the bottle is full or near-full, drain the water through your water coolers’ taps until visibly empty.

Drain the reservoir entirely by holding down both the cold and hot spigots / taps once the bottle has been removed.

Place a fresh bottle on the water cooler.

Watch for leaks. If none occur, you know that the first bottle caused the leak.

It might be a good idea to mark the damaged bottle to alert the company who supplies the bottles that this one is faulty.

 

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My Water Cooler is Not Dispensing Water – How To Fix It

My Water Cooler is Not Dispensing Water – How To Fix It

A reduction in flow from the taps of your water cooler may occur for several reasons.

  • The reservoir may be frozen: If water has stopped flowing from your water cooler, the reservoir may be frozen. 

Remove the water bottle.

Unplug your unit and allow it to defrost overnight.

Replace the water bottle.

  • An air pocket has blocked the flow of water

Remove the water bottle, drain the spigots, replace the water bottle, and try again.

  • The unit needs to be cleaned.

Either log a call out for a trained technician to facilitate a water cooler flush, or follow these steps:

  • Unplug the water cooler before cleaning.
  • Check to see if your water cooler is equipped with a water guard. This is the device that punctures the caps on the bottles to allow the water to be dispensed.
  • If you do have a waterguard you need to remove it. Grasp it on both sides and pull it up and out of the water cooler. Clean it with warm water. Rinse thoroughly, and dry with a clean towel.
  • Rinse the reservoir out.
  • Replace the water guard kit.
  • Rinse immediately with tap water.
  • Periodically remove dirt and lint from the black wire and tube condenser on the back of the water cooler. Disconnect the power supply cord, then clean with the small brush attachment of a vacuum cleaner. Observance of this procedure will insure adequate air circulation so operation is efficient and economical.

 

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Water Cooler Temperature Troubleshooting: Too Cold, Too Hot, Or Nothing At All

Water Cooler Temperature Troubleshooting: Too Cold, Too Hot, Or Nothing At All

  • The reservoir of my water cooler is frozen, how do I fix this?

If water has stopped flowing from your water cooler, the reservoir may be frozen. To treat this problem, please follow these steps:

Remove the water bottle.

Unplug your unit and allow it to defrost overnight.

Replace the water bottle.

It’s important to note that Aquazania’s water coolers do have an ice ring which is 100% normal and occurs within the cooler. This chills the water to that sub-arctic temperature you’ve come to know and love. 

  • The water coming out of my dispenser is room temperature, why?

If the water flowing from your cooler is suddenly room temperature, your outlet is likely the culprit.

Check to see if the cooler is plugged in.

If it is, please test the outlet by plugging another electrically powered item into the same receptacle.

If you recently experienced a power cut or outage, bear in mind it may take up to an hour or two for your reservoir to reach optimal chill again.

  • My water cooler is no longer heating, can this be fixed?

Follow the same troubleshooting steps as outlined in point #2 to resolve this issue:

Check to see if the cooler is plugged in.

If it is, please test the outlet by plugging another electrically powered item into the same receptacle.

If you recently experienced a power cut or outage, bear in mind it may take up to an hour or two for your reservoir to reach optimal heating  again.

Additionally, there is a red switch on the back of all applicable water coolers that activates the hot tank. Press the button to the on position and wait for 30 to 45 min, if it still does not heat the water, contact us.

 

Water Dispensing Fridges – What You Need to Know

Water Dispensing Fridges – What You Need to Know

The risks associated to drinking water filtered by a fridge, includes exposure to microorganisms such as coliform and salmonella, which affect your health and the quality of water. The unfortunate truth is fridges are not as clean as they could be. Fridge filters commonly use carbon filters, which remove compounds that affect taste and smell. The effectiveness of a refrigerator filter relies on the water being in contact with the carbon for extended periods of time. In a high usage environment such as a busy office or family home, this is likely not the case. The refrigerator water filter is often out of sight. If you forget to replace or clean the water filters, they become clogged with bacteria that pose unseen risks.

  • Use High-Quality Carbon Filters

Carbon filters are effective because the permeability of the material allows water to flow through while the carbon talks hold of the impurities, including pesticides or petrochemicals. The risk with fridges is the lower quality filters will not catch as many contaminants, while the manufacturing process can also introduce impurities directly into the filters.

Therefore if you did decide to go for a cooler, you would have the assurance that you would be drinking safe, refreshing, chilled drinking water.

  • Ensure Your Fridge is Sparkling Clean

Waterborne bacteria thrive of having fungus and moisture amongst its environment – two elements that are present in your fridge. Contaminated foods and inadequate refrigeration is a cause of food-borne illnesses. The growth in waterborne bacteria can pose a risk to the water supply itself and the quality of your drinking water. This can pose a big risk to you and could even lead to you becoming seriously ill.

  • Start with great water in the first place!

Aquazania produces premium, high water dispensers, which virtually removes all known impurities through our carbon block filtration systems.

 

Whether you decide to go for a mains fed machine or bottled water dispenser, you can be assured that you will be drinking water of the highest quality, rather than having to think about the risk of refrigerator dispensed water.

How To Remove A Full Water Bottle From A Water Cooler

How To Remove A Full Water Bottle From A Water Cooler

When businesses are looking to purchase a bottled water cooler, one of the main concerns for the staff is about the process of changing the water cooler bottles. But with a little bit of preparation and understanding, they need not be. Changing a bottle from the water cooler is a very straightforward and simple process that will only take a matter of minutes, but it is one that is critical to ensuring that yourself, colleagues and clients have continuous access to clean fresh tasting water.

How to Replace a Water Bottle onto a Water Cooler

  • The first step to making the transition easy is to do a little preparation. At this stage, you’ll need to make sure that your new bottle is ready to be used. Before doing anything, it’s important to wash your hands with soap so that you can handle the new bottle hygienically. Next, you’ll need to wipe the bottle down with soapy water to remove any contaminants that will affect water quality. Now that you’ve prepared the water bottle, you’ll need to prepare your workspace. In order to move the water safely, it’s a good idea to place a chair within reach so that you have a place to position the replacement bottle.
  • Next you’ll need to remove the old bottle. Before moving the old bottle you want to make sure that the old bottle is almost empty as if it’s too full you’ll end up splashing water everywhere. If the bottle is almost empty then it’s time to move it. To handle the bottle, lift straight up from the cooler to remove it and place the old bottle out of the way to return to your water supplier. Once the bottle is removed, it’s a good idea to wipe around the rim of the cooler to dry off and clean any debris.
  • To put in the new bottle you’ll want to get yourself into a stable position with your feet shoulder width apart before you squat down to pick it up. Make sure that your back is straight and that your knees don’t go over your toes. Next, you need to take the bottle’s neck with one hand, and place the other beneath the bottle.
  • Stand up slowly using your legs to push up and put the bottle on the chair mentioned in step 1. Once the bottle is on the chair take the cap or tab off of the neck and lift the bottle up to the water cooler. As you lift the water bottle up, place it at a 45-degree angle to start the flow of water into the cooler. As the flow of water increases in speed, it’s time to secure it to the base.

 

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Water Cooler Facts You May Not Have Known

Water Cooler Facts You May not Have Known

Water coolers or water dispensers are one of the best ways to enjoy guaranteed fresh drinking water at your preferred temperature, any time of the day or night; but there’s a lot more to water coolers than meets the eye.

While most people are aware of the health benefits associated with water coolers – as well as drinking purified water – the amount of money you’ll save by owning one, and the tremendous environmental benefits, there are other things you might be surprised to learn.

Gone are the days of hot-and-cold only water coolers

Although there are still many, many water coolers available that only dispense chilled or heated  water, models are available that can dispense sparkling, ambient and temperature-controlled water, too!

Hot and cold water dispensers are great for people who prefer tea, cocoa, or even just enjoy drinking their water hot. In fact, hot water dispensers are so versatile that you can actually use them to make soup and cup noodles. What’s more is that you have the convenience of having purified boiling AND cold water at hand to fill a baby’s bottle in less than a minute. It’s an incredibly practical feature, and most people wonder how they ever did without it once they have it.

If you have children, you may be worried about safety with a hot water dispenser. Fortunately, hot water dispensers tend to have safety features that prevent against accidental use of the hot water spigot. Most manufacturers make safety features like this a priority, but you want to take care to check the model you’re buying before you make a purchase.

A water cooler that has the capability of dispensing sparkling and temperature-controlled water would typically be more of a modern-looking machine, and will also typically have the functionality to be plumbed-in. Families and business alike – those who enjoy sparkling water at hand – may make the best use of this. However, with the addition of filtration and UV sterilisation as we see in the AQA Sodax, this is a perfect fit to a home that needs temperature control water dispensing for baby bottles, etc., while still having functionality to make your very own sparkling water.

Not all water coolers require a dedicated spot next to your fridge

There are portable water dispensers that are perfect for camping, holiday homes or the countertop.

Some people are surprised to learn that portable countertop water dispensers are a thing, but they are, and they’re absolutely wonderful for so many reasons.

Maybe you don’t have enough space for a full-size water dispenser, or perhaps you want something you can bring with you and use during an outdoor event like a summer party or a camping trip. Regardless of your needs, portable water dispensers make it super easy to enjoy fresh drinking water anywhere you are.

The only “downside” is that if you do not have access to a power source, your water will only be dispensed at ambient temperature as opposed to piping hot or chilled.

Water cooler maintenance is one of the easiest things

Wipe your water bottled-water cooler every day (with a clean cloth, no chemicals, please), keep it plugged in at all times, and keep it filled with clean water if it’s a top- or bottom-loading unit that uses water bottles. That’s it. For plumbed-in coolers, ensure your filter is replaced based on your daily usage of the machine and also wipe it down daily.

In fact, water cooler cleaning and maintenance only takes a few minutes. Don’t forget to check for leaks and wipe the wire grid on the back of the unit with a soft cloth to remove lint and dust (a vacuum works for this, as well).

If it’s ever completely empty, you’ll want to unplug the unit – especially if it’s a hot and cold water dispenser. Leaving it plugged in while empty could actually damage the unit, something you want to avoid.

 

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Things to Know About Getting a Water Cooler – Before You Get One

Things to Know About Getting a Water Cooler – Before You Get One

As water shortages become more of a stark reality globally, and water quality is compromised in South Africa due to irresponsible management of water systems by municipalities polluting the Vaal Water System , it is not always easy to have access to proper, pure drinking water.

Water coolers, whatever their type or model, are well-known modern-day solutions for businesses and private homes alike. They supply filtered, purified or similar drinking water at a reasonable cost. Before deciding on which system best suits your needs, have a look at a few water cooler related considerations you may need to factor into your decision.

What to Consider for  Water Coolers

Buying your water dispenser means you have to consider the costs of accessories, service and maintenance in addition to the water cooler price itself, while renting is basically the same (you “own” the dispenser for the duration which you are a client – and typically receive the company’s bottled water delivered to your door), with other maintenance and swop-outs often included in the contract.

On the other hand, renting might be the most interesting option: the dispenser is usually provided and installed for free; filtration systems, water bottles, maintenance and other services are also generally included. Moreover, when your water cooler needs replacing, you will get a new one, and you will be guaranteed the latest technology and the safest water possible.

Some water coolers are more technologically advanced, but also more expensive. Hot water taps are a versatile system, mains fed and providing hot, cold and even sparkling water. However, prices are considerably higher than a regular free-standing water cooler, and because they’re a permanent system – buying is more likely than renting.

Remember the accessories and maintenance! In addition to the water cooler price, you should also consider other related costs, such as maintenance. Cleaning and sanitization are tasks you can carry out yourself, but replacement parts, water refills and such may be free only with certain types of rental contracts.

If you’re using a plumbed-in water cooler, factor in filter cartridges, which typically require changing annually bi-annually, under normal conditions of use. Filter cartridge prices range in price dependant on the complexity of the system they’ll be used in.

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The Ultimate Guide on Water Coolers South Africa

The Ultimate Guide on Water Coolers South Africa

Water coolers and dispensers are more frequently found in canteens, conference rooms, corridors and private offices of companies of all sizes – for good reason. The benefits to drinking the right amount of water per day is endless, and there are even some smart life hacks to trick your body into drinking more water per day. Yep, you can read about that here.

There are a few types of dispensers to choose from to give your employees and family at home a source of reliable and healthy refreshment. If choosing between a table top or free-standing cooler seems pretty straightforward to you, you might be scratching your head about the all-important choice between a bottled cooler and a plumbed – in cooler – especially since there are economic arguments in that debate. After you have decided on the machine, you’ll be ready to choose between buying the cooler, or renting it.

Types of Water Coolers

Bottled coolers VS plumbed-in coolers: Choosing between a bottled cooler and a plumbed-in cooler is the biggest question as far as these devices are concerned. Both types have their advantages and disadvantages, which you can read more about in our blog on Bottled vs Plumbed-In Wtaer Coolers.

– Hot and cold dispensers: Do you want the dispenser to release cold water, hot water, boiling water or all of them? Read more about the various types of water coolers here.

– Freestanding or table top coolers: Here, the question is more about volume: do you need to provide large quantities of water, or just a little? This is the main, but not the only question which governs the choice between freestanding and table top coolers.

Choosing the Right Water Cooler

A water cooler may simply not the kind of device you just buy, install and leave;  you don’t necessarily need to buy it at all – you can also rent it or leave it – all solutions have their advantages.

You’ll also need know if you will have to maintain it regularly, how to maintain it and how much that maintenance may cost. Remember that Aquazania Bottled Water Coolers do not require any maintenance J . With this in mind, and after deciding on the economical merits of bottled coolers VS plumbed-in coolers, you can safely select the model and manufacturer that’s right for your needs.

– Bottled water cooler VS plumbed-in water cooler, the economical battle: Many technical differences result in very different requirements and different cost factors for bottled coolers and plumbed-in coolers, that make the overall bill quite different between the two solutions.

1) Bottled Water Cooler Solutions a great option to consider in the following circumstances:

– The volume of water you need daily makes financial and time-management sense. Bear in mind that the cost per bottle of water can become an uncontrolled expense if you are placing it in an open area, visited by hundreds or thousands of people. The water cooler also has a set amount of water it can chill / heat per hour – so if you have a constant stream of people in and out of the area in which your cooler is places, not everyone may be able to have piping hot or ice cold water when it’s their turn in line.

– You will not settle for anything less than premium, purified and exceptional-tasting water. If you are happy to guzzle tap water, then this is just going to be an unnecessary expense for you.

– Placement of the cooler should be in a clean and safe area, where no dust or dirt from surrounds is able to possibly settle on the machine or the bottled water.

– Understanding maintenance instructions: Maintenance is a key area of differences between various models, but users need to know that there will always be the need for some regular maintenance, and should be prepared for the related costs.

– Buying, leasing or renting a water cooler: Knowing that there’s more to water cooling than the cooler itself, prospective users get a better idea of the pros and cons of buying, leasing and renting their machines.

– Main suppliers: More than a dozen suppliers compete on the water cooler business – some provide everything from machine to water and service, some are known for the original options they offer.

2) Bottleless Water Solutions are best suited in circumstances where:

– You are opting for quantity over quality. While each plumbed-in unit does have superior quality water filters, nothing will measure up to the taste offered by Aquazania bottled water.

– You are looking to serve a multitude of people in close time spans to one another. The great thing about not having a limitation by bottle size is that you have access to chilled or heated water in a much larger capacity. For instance, a factory with 300 workers would find better use out of this than they would in having to wait for hot or cold water from a bottled water cooler.

– These machines offer one thing that bottled-water coolers do not; some of our plumbed-in units are capable of producing hot, cold and ambient temperature water – as well as carbonated water – something to consider if this is one of the things you want form your water cooler.

Either way, water solutions are becoming more of a necessity in our current water situation in South Africa. It boils down to a matter of taste, preference and what you want from your water solution.

Water Cooler Costs

When deciding between bottled water coolers or plumbed-in water coolers, cost is a factor to consider. A plumbed-in water cooler may cost a lot for the machine itself, and is an upfront payment or paid on monthly instalments in the case of renting, but the cost thereafter dramatically reduces. The only real costs to consider on a plumbed in water cooler are filter replacements (which may be more regular if your municipal supply water is of considerable low quality), as well as the electricity required to keep the machine running. The cost of municipal water to dispense is of minimal cost, but should also be considered, 0nad perhaps calculated per municipal area.

However, the water quality from a plumbed-in water cooler will never match the quality of a bottled water cooler. The price of a bottled water cooler could also be quite a large amount upfront, or payable in installments when renting. Some companies allow for refilling of the water bottles at home, which is then a very low cost for the end user; other companies supply bottled water which has undergone purification processes, and sell those bottles as an addition (or sometimes they form part of your rental agreement) for your water cooler dispenser.

Water Cooler Installation and Maintenance

Office water coolers and dispensers should always be unplugged before refilling or carrying out maintenance. Using harsh or abrasive cleaning products may damage your office water dispenser and taint the pure taste of bottled water if contaminated with harsh cleaning chemicals, so for daily spot cleaning wipe down with a clean cloth, hot water and a mild soap and rinse and flush thoroughly.

Bottled water coolers from Aquazania do not need sanitising. But why?

Firstly, our modern Aquacoolers are fitted with an internal air filtration system. This system prevents bacteria from entering your machine – negating the possibility of contaminated water, or the infiltration of unwanted contaminants into the machine itself. This system also allows for the preservation of our famous purified water – giving you the best possible taste without any unwanted odours either.

All our water bottles use a unique, single-use bottle cap; this means that from when your water comes off our production line, until it is inserted into your water cooler, there is no possibility of anything making its way into the bottle, or into the machine once the bottled is replaced.

The water reservoirs housed within the cooler – for both the hot and cold water – is made from food-grade stainless steel. This material is one of the most resistant to the growth of bacteria.

Lastly, the taps located at the front of your water cooler are nano-silver impregnated; nano-silver is gaining notoriety for preventing any type of microbial growth, and this technology is being employed in all types of household equipment – such as water coolers, refrigerators and even washing machines.

Combining all of these measures, your water cooler is not only pro-active in resisting bacterial growth, but also in preserving the taste and quality of your water.

When it comes to bottle-less water coolers, you will need to ensure the correct procedure is followed when replacing the water filter; ideally, the filter change should be carried out by a professional, so while they’re at it, they will typically give the machine a good check up to see if any routine maintenance is required. Other than that, the same rule of daily wiping down applies to all kinds of water coolers.

Water Cooler Suppliers South Africa

Walking down the km-spanning aisles at any wholesale store (or even the larger, family retail stores) exposes you to the options available for water coolers you can buy. We take the top 3 major suppliers and compare their pricing: something important to remember when you buy a water cooler from a retailer is the after-sales service.

Let’s be fully honest here – Makro, Game – whoever – focus their business intention on retail – not product support. If you encounter any machine-related problems, who will you be able to call to fix it? Or will you have to send it back to the store, wait for it to be evaluated, fixed or replaced and only then sent back to you. Consider this an investment piece and think of any problems you may encounter beforehand.

Here is a curated list of water cooler prices in South Africa!

 

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Bottled Water Companies in South Africa 2018

Bottled Water Companies in South Africa 2018

Most South Africans would agree that the quality of our tap water is at its best, questionable. Apart from the heavy chlorine smell, we concern ourselves over the possible contamination of said water in the time it takes to reach our homes from aquifers or reservoirs. This is probably the main reason most South Africans have turned to bottled water to quench their thirst, not forgetting the ease of access which we enjoy in making these types of purchases.

Bottled Water Suppliers South Africa

We have curated this list from the members on the South African National Bottled Water Association, FineWaters.com and of course some of our own research.

  1. Aquabella – http://www.aquabella.co.za/
  2. aQuellé – https://www.aquelle.co.za/
  3. Bené  – http://www.bene.co.za/
  4. Bonaqua – http://www.coca-colacompany.com/brands/bonaqua-bonaqa
  5. Ceres Spring Water – http://ceres.co.za/our-juice/water/
  6. Clover Waters: Nestlé Pure Life – https://www.nestlepurelife.com/en
  7. Di Bella Spring Water – http://www.dibellaspringwater.co.za/
  8. La Vie De Luc – http://laviedeluc.com/
  9. MultiSource Beverages – http://www.hydr8springwater.co.za/
  10. Oryx Aqua – http://oryxaqua.co.za/
  11. Thirsti – http://thirsti.co.za/
  12. Valpré  – http://www.coca-colacompany.com/brands/valpre
  13. Aquazania – https://www.aquazania.co.za/
  14. Aqua Africa – http://www.aqua-africa.co.za/Home.aspx
  15. SuperBev – http://superbev.co.za/
  16. Cape Aqua – https://capeaqua.co.za/
  17. H2O – http://h2o.co.za/
  18. Helderspruit – https://www.facebook.com/pg/Helderspuit-spring-water-997181673760671/about/
  19. Magalies Water – http://www.magalieswater.co.za/
  20. Oasis Water – http://oasiswater.co.za/

 

If you didn’t make the list, let us know, we’d love to add you!

 

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*All information is true at the time of publication. Any errors or omissions are not the onus of the publisher nor the supplier.

 

 

 

Bulk Reverse Osmosis – What Is It and How Does It Work?

Bulk Reverse Osmosis – What Is It and How Does It Work?

One of the best water treatments available to suburban residents is reverse osmosis. In a large-scale application, its main purpose is desalination, which is the removal of salt in seawater to make it drinkable. Other companies utilise it for recycling, water waste treatment and even as a source of energy.

It’s undeniable that when it comes to producing clean water, reverse osmosis is the way to go. The question is – how does it actually work?

How Does Reverse Osmosis Work?

The “reverse” part is clear enough; the osmosis is the complicated part. It is defined as the passage of water through a semipermeable membrane that traps dissolved solutes. These solutes are usually pesticides, nitrogen, oestrogens, aluminium and other chemicals. In addition, the membrane’s pores are so small that it’s able to trap the minutest particles that could contaminate your drinking water.

The accepted model for reverse osmosis in homes is commonly broken down into six steps. The first three parts of the filtration process do the bulk of the work, removing contaminants such as rust, calcium carbonate, organic chemicals and chlorine.

The next step is the actual reverse osmosis, where all the previously mentioned foreign matters are blocked. Once the water has passed RO, it proceeds to the carbon post-filter, where it thwarts all remaining chemicals. It then proceeds to the tank for storage. The process repeats itself until you fill the entire tank for a supply of clean drinking water.

But what about bulk reverse osmosis?

Bulk Reverse Osmosis

Bulk reverse osmosis is about the technologies, and associated equipment, involved in the filtration of bulk flows of water — so it will not cover treatment by sedimentation, nor will it cover separations involving organic liquids, nor the filtration of aqueous solutions such as occur throughout industry (like sugar syrups or brines).

iltration processes involved

The objective of the filtration processes used in water treatment is mainly to achieve the separation of solid particles that are suspended in the water to the extent, perhaps, of 0.5% by weight or as little as 10 mg/l (10 ppm), particles that are as large as grit or sand (say 1 mm in diameter or more) or as small as colloidal organic materials, or pathogens such as bacteria or viruses (say 0.1 μm or less).

In addition to this primary purpose, the filtration system may address the removal of oil droplets from suspension in water, or the removal of the colloidal or large dissolved organic molecules that are usually responsible for unpleasant tastes or odours or colour in the water, or the removal of the large dissolved ions from inorganic salts responsible for causing hardness in the water, or, finally, the removal of the smaller ions causing salinity (or, more correctly, in this case the removal of pure water from residual brine).

It is, of course, true that other processes besides filtration may also occur during the basic separation process, or as part of the overall purification system, such as disinfection (as with the legionella bacillus in cooling water treatment, or the long term prevention of the growth of bacteria in drinking water). It may also be important to remove dissolved gases from the product water, as with oxygen removal from boiler feed water.

While the process remains largely the same, bulk reverse osmosis requires far more equipment and processing when compared to household RO systems which treat “already-treated” water, i.e. – the municipal supply to our homes. Aquazania is proud to engage this technology within our 9-step purification process.

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