Commercial Water Treatment
Having good water as a part of your business is an asset to your company and contributes to a better bottom line. It can contribute to your patrons and employees’ health and welfare by reducing long-term health costs and disease potential. If you are a business that uses city water, the water you use is usually treated with either chlorine or chloramine, a combination of chlorine and ammonia.
The National Cancer Institute and the EPA have shared that people who consume chlorinated water increase their risk of cancer by 93% over those who do not. The University of Illinois, in March 2009, reported that consumption of chlorinated water was linked to reproductive and developmental effects in children, breast cancer in women, and heart disease.
A water treatment system custom designed to fit your businesses needs will remove the chemicals, bacteria, and minerals in the water that cause liming, scaling, pitting, odor, foul taste, E. coli, coliform, lead, copper, chloride, fluoride, nitrates, radon, uranium, arsenic, and sodium. Removing these properties will give you beautiful, clear, healthy water that will provide you with a better taste, reduced expenses, and a lower environmental impact.
Reducing the number of cleaning agents needed to keep your business looking professional and clean will impact your bottom line. Fewer hours will be necessary to clean by eliminating staining, spotting, and scaling. It will extend the life of your syrups, seals, gaskets, fixtures, and appliances while improving the overall taste of food and beverages.
We can implement a variety of water treatment equipment for large or small businesses while still maintaining a personal touch and competitive pricing. We use a combination of equipment to provide the best quality and longevity. The companies we draw our equipment from are long-standing, certified leaders in the water industry, providing the highest quality and standards available.
The media we use in our systems are sourced from across the globe from mineral mines in Poland, production in Germany, sourcing in the USA, and other valued trusted companies. We have the option of using brine tank solutions for water softening to non-brine solutions to treat water from the negative effects of mineral compounds in the water.
The use of the non-brine solution decreases the need for backflushing, reducing the cost to companies that pay wastewater disposal fees to the cities and towns in which they exist, or extending the septic system’s life for companies not in the city or town waste treatment systems. The non-brine solution saves companies money by eliminating salt purchasing and salt maintenance in the system.
The reduction of salt being placed back into either the city waste treatment system or private septic reduces your environmental impact providing you with a higher green standard rating. We have received testimonials from owners of motels that had prior softening systems installed the non-brine system of savings over $45,000 annually.
If you are a company that has been dealing with poor water standards, we offer consultation to help you determine the type and size of the system you would like. The system will be customized to resolve your business’s water problems.
We do not provide a “cookie cutter” approach to any of our clients. Each system is individually designed for your unique business, and water standard whether your water is provided through a municipal water source or your company draws from a well, lake, or river. We have a water treatment system that will work for your business.
In restaurants and bars, the quality of water directly affects the taste of the beverages and foods that are served. We have installed systems in bars on city water that have improved the taste of the drinks so much that the patrons are commenting, unsolicited, on the improved flavor of their drinks. Having clean, pure water allows the ice to be harder, clearer, and tastier while reducing ice machine repairs’ overall costs due to water fouling of the components and mineral buildups.
This clean, pure water has also contributed to a 20% savings on coffee, syrups, and concentrates. The coffee makers’ interior will not be constantly coated with calcium and mineral deposit buildups requiring acid cleanings and costly repairs which decreases the overall life expectancy of the machine.
Water treated properly will also eliminate glass spots while making your glass sparkle with up to a 50% reduction in detergents and no drying agents. The need to de-lime the equipment is reduced significantly, resulting in additional savings for these businesses through fewer service calls and agents to service the equipment.
In beauty salons, the quality of water directly impacts the feel, consistency, and health of your client’s hair. Water that has been treated properly will lather with a fuller, richer, and deeper clean while using half of the shampoos and conditioners. Your client’s hair will be softer, shinier, and more manageable.
Dyes and tints will return a more vibrant, realistic, and true color appearance to your client’s hair. The most immediate savings will be reflected in reduced energy costs. Your hot water heating costs can be reduced by up to 25%.
Nursing, convalescent, assisted living, and medical facilities fall under stricter standards each year to improve the water they are giving to patients. EverClean Water Treatment Systems will provide you with clean, pure water that exceeds the stringent standards that have been set. Standards that far exceed those maintained by municipal water supplies.
Exceeding the standards will be only one advantage of using EverClean. We will also reduce laundering expenses through an up to 50% reduction in soap use and significantly longer life expectancy of laundering equipment. The water will also not react negatively with chlorine additives to whiten the linens.
The linens will maintain their original colors longer and will be brighter. Staining that has occurred will be easier to remove. Untreated water leaves mineral deposits in the fabrics that hold and retain stains, making them harder to remove.
These mineral deposits also act as microscopic sandpaper within the fabric that thin and reduce the fabric’s integrity every time they are laundered, decreasing the overall life expectancy. The microscopic abrasions that occur during laundering also diminish the elastic effectiveness of fitted sheets allowing the elastic to be less taunt, resulting in a fitted sheet that does not adhere to the bed’s corners.
In general, any business that uses water as a heating source will see system efficiency improvements when using treated water versus untreated water. The removal of minerals in the water improves water heat retention, allowing it to pass with higher heat values to the displacement apparatus that your company has chosen to use. This improvement reduces the heating costs for your company improving the bottom line.