Partial Demineralisation Devices

Water Qualities

    Reverse Osmosis

    Each type of water treatment process achieves differing degrees of purity.

    The reverse osmosis process, forces water through a membrane.  Washing is then conducted without the presence of impurities means that there are no residues left on dishes, cutlery or glasses. Polishing is no longer necessary as the wash items are sparkling clean and ready to use

    Complete Demineralisation

    Each type of water treatment process achieves differing degrees of purity.

    The complete demineralisation process, fully removes salts and minerals from the water. The quality is comparable to distilled water and leaves no residues on crockery, cutlery or glasses. Delivers a sparkle and shine without the need for time-consuming polishing.

    Partial Demineralisation

    Each type of water treatment process achieves differing degrees of purity.

    Despite softening, soluble minerals will remain in the water and be deposited on dishes.

    Partial deminieralisation reduces this salt content by using ion exchange and provides a nearly deposit free wash result

    Softening

    Each type of water treatment process achieves differing degrees of purity.

    The majority of water hardness is distributed as a white residue in the machine and on the dishes. With softened, de-calcified water, lime deposits and the relevant damage to the machine it causes, is prevented.  This allows detergents and rinse aids to have their optimal effect, ensuring a better wash result and lower consumption rates.

    Untreated Water

    Each type of water treatment process achieves differing degrees of purity.

    Untreated water contains impurities as well as lime and minerals which leave streaks on dishes and glasses as well as causing damamge to the warewasher.

  • Untreated Water
  • Softening
  • Partial Demineralisation
  • Complete Demineralisation
  • Reverse Osmosis
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Reduced salt content.
A near polish-free wash result.

In partial demineralisation, the water is decalcified and some of the dissolved salts are removed.

Improved wash results are achieved with partial demineralisation and the process is suitable for high demand washing.

Because there is no waste water with partial demineralisation, you can rely on efficient and resource saving water treatment.

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Technical data: Partial Demineralisation

Partial softening
Technical Information TE 15 TE 20
Yield at 10 ┬░GH [l] 14000 18000
Water outlet None None
Electric connection Not necessary Not necessary
Appropriate machine models GS 200-Series, GS 300-Series, GS 402, UC-Series, GS 500-Series, PT-Series GS 200-Series, GS 300-Series, GS 402, UC-Series, GS 500-Series, PT-Series

The technical data provided here are based on an operation under ideal conditions. Depending on the local circumstances, individual values may vary and must be recalibrated on startup.