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The Secret to Great Coffee

What is the secret to brewing a great cup of coffee? A more expensive grinder? A better quality brewer? The beans?! Many people spend so much money on fancy equipment and imported beans, only to be disappointed in the results. The secret to great coffee is…….THE WATER!! So, before you invest tons of money in your coffee equipment, check your water quality! If the water is bad, the coffee will be bad. Whether you are a large restaurant or a tiny coffee shop, the water you are using will affect not just the taste of your coffee, but your coffee equipment as well. Let me introduce to you Everpure’s BH2 filter (EV9612-50). This filter has been changing the taste of coffee all over the world.  It provides clear, fresh, premium quality water for consistently great tasting coffee. Everpure’s unique filter blend using activated carbon, reducing chlorine taste and odor and other offensive contaminants. It also saves energy by reducing scale build-up. Its proportioned scale inhibitor feed dramatically prevents limescale from forming in brewing equipment, protecting your equipment. 

Its new and improved Micro-Pure II media with AgION™ antimicrobial protection inhibits any potential bacterial growth. With precoat submicron technology, dirt and particles as small as 1/2 micron in size are reduced, eliminating  those health contaminants such as asbestos fibers, Cryptosporidium and Giardia. Not sure about you, but I prefer no Giardia in my coffee.

Sanitary cartridge replacement is simple, quick and clean, and no tools necessary. Internal filter parts are never exposed to handling or contamination. Its also NSF certified under NSF/ANSI standards 42.

So, now that you know the secret to great coffee, you can start serving the best cup of Joe in town! And not just coffee, we can help you with all your beverages. Call us at 800-942-7873.

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