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New High-Capacity ScaleGard HP Reverse Osmosis System from 3M Delivers Recipe Quality Water Faster

27 May 2015

Advanced filter boosts performance, helping restaurants and cafés raise productivity and enhance customer experience.

3M, the diversified technology company, announces the latest ScaleGard HP Reverse Osmosis System that provides three-times greater Reverse Osmosis (RO) capacity than previous generations, delivering a faster supply of Recipe Quality Water with the proven reliability and cost-of-ownership advantages of ScaleGard HP Reverse Osmosis System.

The new high-production RO filter at the heart of the latest system produces up to 2.5 litres of RO water per minute. A pre-filter for chlorine/chloramines reduction is also included, and the option to add extra filters allows RO production to be doubled if required. The system also allows the user to adjust blending levels to optimise the mineral content of the product water for consistent taste and scale reduction and can be wall mounted.

The ScaleGard HP Reverse Osmosis system enables busy cafés and restaurants to increase throughput of hot drinks and cold beverages, ice and steam, relying on Recipe Quality Water to ensure a great taste experience for customers every time. Moreover, effective filtration minimises limescale build-up, thereby maintaining the condition and efficiency of equipment such as pipes and heaters while reducing down-time and maintenance costs. 

The key to the enhanced performance of ScaleGard HP Reverse Osmosis System lies in 3M high-production RO membrane. This state-of-the-art double-sided membrane with microscopic pores achieves significantly greater recovery than traditional RO systems.

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