We can divide water in thre types according to its quality and application. You choose the level of quality you want based on your need and application.
Water for irrigation: a water of low quality. This water is good for irrigation or similar applications, but it should not be used at home to wash, shower or cook. Avoid using this water as drinking water.
Water for your hygiene and cleaning in your home: the common water used in homes and businesses. It is a water of a good level of quality that is used in the home for cleaning, laundry, bath, shower, dishes or similar. In the professional sector it can be used for cleaning systems, industrial dishwashers, steam ovens in bakeries, for coffee machines in restaurants, hospitals, car wash tunnels, etc…
Drinking water: the highest level of quality and security. Fresh, filtrated and purifier water used drinking and cooking, with the possibility of being sterilised without chemicals with Ultraviolet technology (see section water sterilisers).
Understanding purification technologies, filtration of particles or dissolved particles from water, and water quality is very important. We want to highlight Bluewater’s SuperiorOsmosis™:
Bluewater SuperiorOsmosis™ technology cleans water faster and more efficiently than other reverse osmosis systems, all while saving you money. You get more water to use, and much less is wasted compared to traditional RO solutions. Bluewater SuperiorOsmosis™ purifiers achieve an impressive 60% clean water production rate, for greater efficiency at home, in the office, in hotels and restaurants.
Hard water is a common characteristic of water that contains dissolved compounds such as calcium and magnesium, as well as other elements such as iron. The problems with hard water are common in most homes, causing damage, inconvenience and additional expenses.
For these reasons it is convenient to treat hard water with modern decalcification systems. The main benefits are: