There’s nothing worse than your customers being turned off by the first taste of your water!
When producing a quality beverage, clear ice, or spot free dishware, clean, clear and consistent water is a critical element. Our filtration systems offer a great advantage to both you and your customers.
How Our Filtration Systems Benefit You
- Extend the life of your restaurant equipment
- Increase the efficiency of your restaurant equipment
- Improved taste, smell and clarity of water
- Reduce service and maintenance costs
Types of Equipment That Use Filters
- Ice Machines
- Coffee Makers
- Steamers and Combi Ovens
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do my ice cubes taste/smell bad?
It may be time to replace the water filter on the water supply line. Consider a water quality evaluation test to determine the appropriate filter system to improve the taste and odor of the ice cubes. It is recommended that you schedule cleanings twice a year.
How often do I need to replace the water filter on the Ice Machine?
This does vary by manufacturer and by usage but as a rule of thumb, you should replace the water filter every three months.
Why should I purchase an ice crusher vs. a flaker?
Crushed Ice is slower melting than flake ice because it is colder and harder. Crushed ice provides a better appearance than flake ice—it sparkles. It is excellent for frappe-type drinks because its purity means there is no taste imparted to the drink. Lastly, it has a much lower maintenance cost than flakers, resulting in a cost-effective machine over time.
Why is the square cube the better ice cube shape?
The even shape helps to maintain carbonation and doesn’t dilute the taste of spirits. Larger ice lasts longer in storage bins, cocktail sinks, drinks, salad bars, bags, and coolers. Our ice machines produce harder, more uniform ice. Plus, no deep depressions or odd shapes means less surface area, and surface area has a direct relationship on the speed at which ice melts.
Why Is it important to clean an ice machine?
The FDA defines ice as food, which means it must be handled and cared for in the same manner as other food products. No matter what type of ice machine your establishment operates, it’s important that you clean, sanitize, and maintain it. Any part of the unit that has contact with water can develop scale, slime, or mold at any time, which will contaminate your ice and potentially harm your customers.