Commercial dishwashing equipment


Water Quality

Commercial dishwashing equipment must be supplied with soft water to avoid scale deposits which lead to heating element failure, as well as clog water lines and spray heads.

Minerals in the water attach themselves to heating elements.  Mineral scale creates an insulating effect on the elements, which increases the time for the water to come up to proper temperature.  This not only reduces efficiency, it increases utility costs and shortens the life of the elements.

Scale also migrates to other areas of the equipment, clogging water lines and spray heads. This leads to unnecessary maintenance and replacement costs.

Don’t let hard water reduce the life of your equipment.  Contact our experts at Century Water Conditioning and Purification for a free analysis, and to suggest the system that best fits your needs.

Call: 856-728-4500 or (800) Purify-6

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