Fresh Drinking Water is a valued service for both Homes and Offices. Fresh, clean water can play a vital role in health and satisfaction for households & offices. Since the early 2000’s, drinking water technology has evolved away from Bottle dependent coolers into Direct connect water coolers.
At Aqua Chill New Jersey, we install Reverse Osmosis Filtration in a home or office creating an onsite water production system to continuously feed fresh, clean drinking to a water cooler system, eliminating the need for Bottles.
3 REASONS TO MAKE THE SWITCH TO A BOTTLELESS WATER COOLER
CLEAN, PURE & SANITARY
Reverse Osmosis is a Multi-stage purification system that removes up to 97% of dissolved solids, organics like PCBs, chlorine, pharmaceuticals, Teflon, Bacteria & Viruses. This Filtration technology delivers fresh, clean water on demand 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week. Connected by 1/4” tubing to the water cooler, the system eliminates the dependency on bottles.
Furthermore, the closed system minimizes outside exposure to bacteria and germs more commonly found with traditional open air Bottled water cooler.
EFFICIENCY & PRODUCTIVITY
5 gallon bottles are nothing but inconvenient to any household or office. Bottles weigh 42 lbs, are heavy and cumbersome to replace on any cooler. Spilling is an often occurrence. Bottles take up valuable storage space, delivery service can be unreliable and often leave more bottles than you need or leave you empty for days.
The simple solution against these variables is the reliability of on onsite Reverse Osmosis that feeds direct into your water cooler.
HEALTHY FOR FAMILIES, EMPLOYEES & THE ENVIRONMENT
Not drinking from plastic bottles eliminates exposure to cancer causing BPA particulates.
The Environment wins by reducing the carbon footprint created by manufacturing and transporting 5-gallon plastic bottles.
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