Water may seem as simple as 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom but depending on where it’s come from, water can contain all sorts of things, both good and bad. There are also a number of ways water can be treated with different processes reducing, removing or sometimes adding elements to tailor water to an exact specification.

Our range of articles below examine various subjects including what’s in our water, how various filtration technologies work and anything else to do with water.

The Anatomy of The Perfect Coffee

The Anatomy of The Perfect Coffee

Coffee making is often described as an art form but to make the perfect cuppa you also need to understand some of the science involved.

View our infographic and guide, which outline some of the most important scientific explanations behind coffee making.

Why Reverse Osmosis Makes Great Coffee

Why Reverse Osmosis Makes Great Coffee

While coffee connoisseurs are keen to discuss sources and types of coffee bean, it’s often forgotten that a cup of coffee is 98% water. This makes using some form of water treatment essential if you want the best flavour.

Reverse osmosis is often the method of choice when it comes to water treatment for coffee but why does it make such great coffee?

What is the Best Water for Brewing Coffee or Espresso?

What is the Best Water for Brewing Coffee or Espresso?

Besides the coffee beans you choose to brew with, water is the most important element that goes into any cup of coffee – but what makes a truly beautiful tasting coffee?

Read our in depth article to find out.

Automatic vs Manual Grease Traps

Automatic vs Manual Grease Traps

Automatic and manual grease interceptors essentially do the same job but what are the main differences and why would you buy one over the other?

Whether you’re in the market for a grease trap or simply just want some information, read this handy article to find our more.

What is a Grease Trap & How Do They Work?

What is a Grease Trap & How Do They Work?

Fats, oils and grease in wastewater can cause all sorts of costly problems in a commercial kitchen, which is why grease traps are often installed as a grease management solution but what are they and how do they work?

Read this informative article to learn more.

How Do Water Filters Work?

How Do Water Filters Work?

Drinking water usually comes from a municipal supply, which is safe to drink but will often feature unwanted characteristics such as sediment, unpleasant tastes and odours or a high mineral content that causes limescale build-up.

For these reasons many people utilise a water filter but how do they actually work?