Water for coffee machines
As far as coffee is concerned, water should not be completely softened and free of minerals, but its contents should be reduced considerably so that parts of coffee machines are protected. The pH of the water is also important.
Water for brewing coffee and tea should be properly prepared. Water purifier should not only ensure excellent brew quality but also protect express against dirt.
The simplest treatment system is softening. In this process, we are already providing decent quality brewing, while protecting against the threat of expulsion. Softening water removes only calcium and magnesium, leaving in the water other minerals that are involved in cremating.
However, do not soften completely, the optimum hardness value is between 4-7 German degrees (dH). Therefore, using a softener, be sure to have a hardness regulator (hard and soft water mixer).
More advanced treatment system is a combination of softening, partial demineralization and filtration This provides a filter Aqua Purion.
The Aqua Purion filter removes the carbonate hardness (a part of the limescale formation) and some mineral salts (too much of it produces a flat, little coffee taste, while too much extracts are washed out of the espresso-bitter coffee). Filtration removes any substances that cause unpleasant taste or smell from the water. The Wasserpure Aqua Purion filter differs from other commercially available filters in that, regardless of the quality of the input water, always guarantees carbonate hardness between 5 to 7 KH. What is more important water is free of calcium and magnesium ions as it does not use a water mixer to mix hard with soft water.
This brings us closer to optimal water quality for coffee preparation.
However, in order to obtain the perfect brew, the water must be carefully prepared / treated to ensure that it has well-defined water parameters such as TDS, hardness, ph and organoleptic quality. This can only be achieved with a Wasserpure Genius.