Everpure® Conserv® RO-75S/75E Reverse Osmosis Systems

Compact - High Efficiency

EVERPURE-CONSERV-RO-SYSTEMS-LT-S-75E-75S

High-Efficiency / Compact Reverse Osmosis Systems

Conserv 75E for Espresso & Low Lolume Coffee Applications

Conserv 75S for Steam, Combi Ovens & Proofers

 

Features:

  • Improves equipment life and performance by removing 95%+ of all TDS (total dissolved solids) that may cause corrosion and scale buildup (due to hard water)
  • These dissolved minerals include calcium, magnesium, chlorides and silica
  • Over 50% water savings over conventional RO systems
  • Blending valve adjusts just the right balance of minerals for optimal scale and corrosion inhibition
  • Permits tailored blending of incoming water to produce the ideal mineral content for better tasting espresso & coffee
  • Especially useful on direct injection combi ovens producing less than 3.5 gallons per hour (gph)
  • Heating surfaces maintain peak heat transfer efficiency, reducing cycle times and energy consumption
  • Compact design allows for wall-mount, counter top or under counter installation
  • Sanitary cartridge replacement is simple, quick and clean; internal filter parts are never exposed to handling or contamination
  • NSF/ANSI Standard 58 certified

 

Comes with a five-year manufacturer’s warranty.  Join our DanaCare programme and we will cover you for life!

 

Let us help you with choosing the right system at technicalcare@danamark.com.  How about installation?  We’ve got you covered!   We have a national network of experienced service providers, at your service. Here is a quick link to our Customer Care team – askus@danamark.com

 

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  • Pressure Requirements: 40-85 psi (2.7 – 5.8 bar), non-shock
  • Maximum Temperature: 32-100°F (0 – 37.7°C)

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