Davey Microlene water treatment centres – how water should taste

News /
7 December 2010

The taste of pure clean drinking water is a sensation and experience that is denied to many Australians in both metropolitan and rural locations.

Many households rely on rainwater tanks to collect and store water sourced from rooflines, bores, dams or other natural sources. These water supplies often undergo varying levels of adverse treatment ahead of delivery to the home.

Water that is treated, filtered and purified is now within easy reach. Davey Water Products offers water treatment solutions to achieve high quality water that is safe for drinking and use around the home.

Through its roll out of Authorised Water Treatment Centres across Australia & New Zealand, Davey is enabling consumers to experience the very best of drinking water.

Customers are invited to compare Davey Microlene filtered water with mains water or tank water supply at tasting stations and are bound to notice the improvement in taste, smell, presentation and quality.

Davey Market Manager, Maryanne Dutka notes the Water Treatment Centres’ allow customers to Taste the Difference and Smell the Difference as Microlene removes unpleasant taste and odour from drinking water that can come from chlorine, chemicals or organic decay.

Davey’s suite of filtration and purification products can further assist on whole of house use for removal of chemicals, pesticides, heavy metals, chlorine and chlorination by-products that can be harmful. “Installation of these products ensures consumers can See the Difference as visual impurities including sediment, rust and rainwater debris are removed. The added benefit for householders is that stain causing matter is removed from the supply, leaving laundry and dishes sparkling clean.”

“Consumers will be confident to Know the Difference as bacteria and virus are sterilised using Davey Steriflo UV or safely disinfected using Davey Acquasafe”.

“Kinetico Water Softeners make it possible to Feel the Difference, by reducing calcium and iron build-up that affects the performance of soaps and detergents. The softer water will have a magic impact on glass, ceramics, skin, hair and clothes as well”.

Save the difference as hard water greatly impacts household appliances, pipework and hot water systems that over time can be an expensive burden on the family budget.

Furthermore “why pay time and time again for disposable water bottles that create landfill when you can have your own palatable, soft water anywhere, anytime?” Ms Dutka says.

Davey Water Products

An Australian-owned manufacturer of domestic water systems.

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