FOUNTAIN BEVERAGE (SODA) EQUIPMENT & DRINKING WATER
The main ingredient in a fountain beverage is water, so assuring consistent water quality is critical. Removing chlorine and chloramine provides a better tasting carbonated beverages and reduces extra syrup normally added to the drink to mask the chlorine taste and odor.
High quality filtered water delivers:
A consistent high-quality, good tasting beverage.
Reduced syrup usage since excess syrup is not needed to mask chlorine taste.
Higher carbonation in beverages increasing effervescence eliminating flat drinks.
Chlorine and Chloramine Removal
Standard beverage systems combine roughly 4 parts of carbonated water to 1 part syrup concentrate (bag in boxes) to form a carbonated beverage. These traditional post mix systems usually only requires the removal of chlorine from the water supply. In these applications use the BevSpec BTO filter cartridges for sediment and chlorine removal only. Newer beverage systems that use a much high percentage of carbonated water and a more concentrate syrup component often require the removal of chloramine as well as chlorine when present in the water supply. In these applications, use BevSpec BTOC filter cartridges for sediment, chlorine and chloramine removal.
The following sizing guidelines are based on water flow requirements of soda equipment on average water pressure and water quality. Variations in water quality or pressure may reduce overall water flow especially as filters are in service for prolonged periods.
BevSpec filters provide excellent sediment filtration and chlorine/chloramine removal. The gallon capacity ratings of the filters are based solely on chlorine and chloramine removal and not sediment removal. Recommended filter change interval is 6 months.