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 Know Your Water



You may not always see what’s hiding in your water, but any number of contaminants may result in issues with the quality of the food and beverages you serve, as well as with scale buildup in your equipment.

Everpure is the water expert, and our team of professionals can analyze your situation and deliver a custom solution that helps you protect your investments. Whether you’re seeking solutions for foodservice, office coffee, office water, vending or marine and aviation,  Everpure can help you with any of your water filtration needs.

SMARTWORKSSM Water Testing & Analysis Program
By the time water reaches a restaurant, it has developed a unique chemistry that can be surprisingly diverse and highly complicated. To help you better understand what’s in your water, Everpure has created a program known as SMARTWORKS. This program is designed to provide you with an easy method for testing and analyzing your water.

Free Water Test & Analysis
Everpure’s FREE water test kit will allow you to test for Total Dissolved Solids, Hardness, pH, Alkalinity and more.

Certified Lab Water Analysis
The free Everpure water test kit will give you simple measurements for key water attributes. However, to fully understand your water’s chemistry, a certified lab analysis might be necessary. Our lab is the only lab in the water equipment industry certified by the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAC).

Frequently Asked Questions 
Have questions about Everpure and its products? Here you’ll find answers to common questions we’re asked.

Why Test My Water?
Water can have a profound effect on foodservice operations, both with customer satisfaction and with equipment efficiency. Because water chemistry can vary greatly from one location to another, and because most contaminants are not visible, it’s important to know what’s hiding in your water.

Water Contaminants and Common Treatments
Seeking information on what’s in your water and how to treat it? Here’s a great place to start.

Visit here for definitions of common terms used in water treatment.

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