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TYPE 1, 2 and 3 LAB WATER FILTRATION

KineticoPRO Water Filtration Systems provide filtration coverage for all three water filtration levels of laboratory and medical need:

TYPE 3 – Water suitable for washing and rinsing instruments in a lab setting.
TYPE 2 – A higher level of purification and filtration, for general laboratory use.
TYPE 1 – The highest level of filtration and sterilization, for highly sensitive laboratory applications.

Elevate Your Water Systems–and Your Guests’ Experiences

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Steamers & Combi-Ovens

HVAC & Chillers

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Boilers & Water Heaters

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Dishwashers, Steamers & Combination Ovens

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Fountain Machines, Ice Makers & Drinking Water (RO)

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HVAC & CHILLERS

HVAC systems and Chiller systems work by removing heat from liquid via a vapor-compression or absorption refrigeration cycle, and these systems can face several problems when operating with hard water in the system. Hard water contains high levels of minerals, particularly calcium and magnesium, which can cause various issues.

COMMON STEAMER PROBLEMS:

  • Scale Buildup: Hard water leads to the formation of scale (calcium carbonate deposits) on heat exchanger surfaces. This reduces heat transfer efficiency, increases energy consumption, and can cause overheating.
  • Reduced Efficiency: The insulating effect of scale on heat exchange surfaces results in less effective cooling, forcing the chiller to work harder and consume more energy to achieve the desired cooling levels.
  • Clogging: Mineral deposits can clog pipes, nozzles, and other components within the chiller system, restricting water flow and reducing the overall performance of the system.
  • Increased Maintenance: Regular maintenance and cleaning are required to address scaling and clogging issues caused by hard water. This increases operational costs and can lead to more frequent downtime.
  • Reduced Lifespan: Persistent scaling and corrosion can significantly reduce the lifespan of chiller components, leading to higher replacement costs and reduced overall system reliability.

OUR SOLUTION:

Regular monitoring and maintenance are crucial to ensure the longevity and efficiency of chillers operating with hard water. To mitigate these issues, various water treatment methods can be used but the most effective would be a twin-tank non-electric water softener. Contact us today, and we’ll send an expert out to find the right solution for your business.

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BOILERS AND WATER HEATERS

When dishware has spots or streaks after being washed, the culprit is often sediment, minerals or impurities in your water supply, which cause lime and scale build-up on glassware, dishware and flatware. The same issues can occur inside of boilers and water heaters, sight-unseen, which can affect the longevity and efficiency of your equipment.

Water filtration will not only affect the look of your establishment’s dishes and glassware, but it will save you money and time while extending the life of your plumbing and equipment.

COMMON ISSUES:

  • Hard water causes stubborn, ugly spots on tableware and can even leave etching and gouges in glassware over a period of time, shortening its life and creating waste.
  • Washing with unpurified water increases your business’ energy consumption by increasing the amount of soap needed to clean dishes and create a lather, which is hard on equipment.
  • Scale build-up results in clogged nozzles and rinse jets, creating costly maintenance and repair bills.
  • Disinfectants in water such as chlorine and chloramines can lead to corrosion and rust over time.

BETTER WATER FOR BETTER RESULTS:

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DISHWASHERS, STEAMERS & COMBINATION OVENS

Steam is water too, and dishwashers, steamers and combination ovens perform best when they’re fueled by clean water. Not only because steam can affect the taste of food and beverages – though we think that’s important, too – but steam can cause big problems, when it’s not clean.

COMMON STEAMER PROBLEMS:

  • Steam that comes from hard water causes tons of scale and corrosion fast, which reduces equipment performance and energy efficiency. More repairs and replacement parts, and a shorter lifespan.
  • Particulate contaminants found in steam — such as rust, scale and sediment – have a habit of getting stuck in nozzles and valves, causing clogs and machine downtime,
  • The presence of Chlorine, chloramine and chlorides in your water supply can create a corrosive environment, which will have a similar impact on your equipment.

SOLUTIONS FOR BETTER STEAM:

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Flavor is Everything.

Clean water is essential to delivering a consistent flavor profile, and fountain drinks are no exception. When customers order their favorite fountain drink, they expect the flavor that they know and love. When those flavors don’t taste right, it can have a big effect on the customer’s overall customer experience.

Did you know? 66% of surveyed patrons reported beverage quality as being ‘extremely important’ in their overall satisfaction of a foodservice establishment.*

COMMON FOUNTAIN MACHINE PROBLEMS:

  • Disinfectant cleaner residue can leave affect the smell and taste of beverages and ice
  • Water impurities can affect the syrup-to-water ratio of fountain drinks, leading to inconsistent quality of beverages
  • Untreated sediment issues can clog water supply lines, leading to equipment downtime and lost income
  • Poor water quality can affect the performance and longevity of the fountain machine’s carbonator equipment

UPGRADE YOUR BEVERAGE GAME:

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ICE MAKERS MAKE THEIR MARK

Unfiltered, poor-quality water makes cloudy ice that can have a distinctly off-taste and odor, tainting the beverage it’s tasked with keeping cool. Proper water filtration for your ice machine is essential for ensuring that your customer is receiving a quality beverage with crystal clear ice every time.

Ice machines come in a variety of sizes and styles–all requiring different forms of water treatments–so it’s important to determine which KineticoPRO solution is right for your business.

Did you know? 60% of patrons attribute poor water and ice quality to filtration-related associations, including lack of maintenance, proper filtration and timely filter exchanges*

COMMON ICE MACHINE PROBLEMS:

  • Untreated hard water conditions can lead to scale build-up and damage the internal mechanisms of the ice maker machine. This will affect how long the equipment lasts, and will lead to costly repairs along the way to extinction.
  • Mineral deposits in unfiltered water can create cloudy ice, due to the solidification of hardness ions trapped in the ice upon freezing.
  • Water treated with chlorine will release a strong and offensive odor as it melts in a beverage.

UPGRADE YOUR ICE TO TWICE AS NICE:

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Verified Customer Reviews

Danny Jackson
Danny Jackson
21:06 25 Apr 24
Tommy was on time, very courteous, thorough, and expedient. Got the job done, and cleaned everything up before he left.great experience
vincent duran
vincent duran
17:28 21 Apr 24
Great and very knowledgeable about his job. Explained the process before he started the job. Worth all 5 stars.
Marcos Martinez
Marcos Martinez
21:32 17 Apr 24
Marvin Teran
Marvin Teran
19:34 17 Apr 24
I’m impressed with Al
Trish Brazil
Trish Brazil
17:32 12 Apr 24
Alfonso was on time, very informative, courteous and helpful. I continue to be impressed with AAA and their employees. A pleasure to work with.
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