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Water filtration is the single most important ingredient in all restaurants, bars, convenience stores, caterers, etc. At ACityDiscount, we understand the importance of a commercial water filtration system because having clean and safe water for your guests today is a top priority. Filtration systems are intended for eliminating many impurities in tap water, and we offer a variety of models to suit your specific needs.
We offer the commercial water filtration products to purify your foodservice establishment’s water and increase the life of water-reliant commercial equipment. Water filters are essential for restaurants, bars, coffee shops, fast food outlets, and convenience stores.
ACityDiscount can supply water filtration systems specifically designed for each foodservice situation: coffee filtration, fountain beverage filtration, drinking water filtration and ice machines, plus replacement cartridges. Our affiliation with the industry's major manufacturers of water filtration systems allows us to offer you the right solution for your water quality needs.
Having a quality water filtration system is not sufficient. In order to offer your customers quality products, purchase a water filter in conjunction with your other commercial kitchen equipment. Your commercial ice machine should be installed with a new water filtration system in order to produce the highest quality ice possible. Additionally, your steam kettles, and soda dispensers should use a water filtration system to maximize their potential.
Whether you are purchasing a water filtration system for your commercial kitchen, coffee shop, bar or convenient store, you will be sure to find what you are looking for at ACityDiscount.
Tips from the Experts: "It's important to take into account all of the tasks a water filtration system will be used for when purchasing one, but it also important to determine what won't be using it either. It would be a waste to pump filtered water through a dishwasher that operates at temperatures that sterilize water, or a slop sink." - Rudy