Everpure® ESO-6 & ESO-7 Systems
For Espresso & Coffee
Brewing the perfect cup of Espresso
How a cup of espresso or coffee tastes depends as much on the quality of the water as it does on the beans. The right water treatment system lets specialty coffee brewers keep water chemistry consistent across locations and dial in the ideal mix of minerals for brewing.
In addition to reducing energy efficiency, scale buildup from unfiltered water can cause significant damage to coffee and espresso brewing equipment. Because of this, the warranties for this type of equipment often require a certain water quality standard. The right water treatment system protects this expensive equipment and by extension, a retailer’s bottom line.
These espresso and coffee systems provide saltless ion exchange (softening) and integrated carbon filtration, providing excellent scale prevention, improved taste & odour and blending of filtered water with softened water. Both systems provide a fixed blend of about 40% filtered water. Blending optimizes mineral content which is critical for equipment performance.
Once installed, you can easily upgrade from the ESO6 to the ESO7 cartridge because of the universal design of Everpure heads and manifolds. As with all Everpure systems, these comes with a five-year manufacturer’s warranty. Should you need help with installation or ongoing maintenance, we have a national network to look after all your needs.
There are four models to choose from:
QC7i-ESO6 Single – 0.50 gpm flow rate – 4,100 grains capacity
QC7i-ESO7 Single – 0.50 gpm flow rate – 5,300 grains capacity
QC7i-ESO7 Twin – 1.0 gpm flow rate – 10,600 grains capacity
QC7i-ESO7 Triple – 1.50 gpm flow rate – 15900 grains capacity
Let us help you to choose the right system and then let us help you to get it installed – contact email@example.com.
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