Everpure continues to hold its more than 75-year-old promise to deliver innovative and superior quality water treatment programs and products that address the ever-changing needs of the foodservice industry. This year at NAFEM, February 5-7, in Orlando, Florida, Everpure highlights three new products designed to meet new environmental requirements and cost challenges of today's foodservice operators.
"With concern over the environment and the economy, we are proud to showcase several new water filtration solutions that will help foodservice companies become more environmentally friendly and cost effective in the new year," says Roy Parker, marketing manager for Everpure. "From energy saving to saving space to conserving water, Everpure is dedicated to understanding how best to serve the foodservice industry with the highest quality premium water that will best benefit the operators and patrons they serve."
At this year's NAFEM, bringing together more than 20,000 participants and 600 exhibitors in the foodservice industry, Everpure will introduce several new products and systems. Highlights include:
Claris Water Technology System
The Claris Water Technology system is a family of water filter cartridges specially designed for hot drink machines. Everpure's Claris offers a complete five-step filter system that allows foodservice operators to remove unwanted contaminants from the hot drinks they serve and provides a blending feature that allows them to ring the right mineral content to preserve taste and for optimum performance of their applications. For example, calcium minerals can be reduced to protect expensive brewing equipment from bricks, but enough mineral can be chosen to achieve the desired flavor of beverages. Ideal for hot water applications such as coffee, espresso, brewed iced tea and steam, the family of filters comes in four sizes. Additional features include auto-off for incoming / outgoing water, a filtered water bypass and quick replacement cartridges.
The MRS-Mil-RO 600, currently the highest efficiency reverse osmosis (RO) system available, provides foodservice operators with a more efficient and environmentally friendly system. Unlike traditional RO systems, the dramatic MRS-Mil-RO 600 reduces water waste and consumes less energy. On average, traditional RO systems waste four gallons of water for every liter of pure water produced, but the MRS-Envi-RO 600 produces only one liter of water waste for every four liters of pure product water produced. And because the MRS-Mil-RO 600 provides as high as 80 percent efficiency compared to conventional RO systems, usually only about 20 percent effective, operators can reduce wastage and sewage costs. Plus, the slim, wall-mounted compact design of the system frees up floor space, making it the ideal choice for foodservice operators looking for a highly efficient product and have no spare parts space.
In addition to being shown in Everpure booth, the MRS-Mil-RO 600 also met the criteria for being featured in NAFEM's new What's Hot, What's Cool! Showcase that will highlight the hottest and coolest innovations in foodservice equipment and supplies.