You should drink the equivalent of half your body weight in ounces. For example, a 150 lb. person needs 75 ounces of pure water per day to avoid dehydration and reap the benefits of improved health, beauty and vitality. Eight to ten glasses of pure water are recommended for most people.
I'm worried about specific water contaminants (lead, arsenic, cryptosporidium, radon etc.). What should I know?
All tap water, and most bottled waters, contain levels of contaminants so you really don't know what you are drinking. To be safe, you should only drink water that has been taken through a reverse osmosis process which rids it of most of the contaminants that are of concern. The best water is also treated with an ozone process which eliminates virtually all of the bacteria, viruses and parasites.
Two-thirds of all bottled water on the market today is filtered tap water. The other third comes from wells or springs. Many bottled water companies do not filter out most of the minerals and possible contaminants and water that is dispensed from bottled water coolers can have bacteria growth. Bottled water sits in the bottles unrefrigerated, which allows for the growth of bacteria. Also dirt, dust, and airborne germs can easily enter a bottled water cooler through the large opening in the top of the cooler. When the bottles are changed, the neck of bottle is rarely sanitized, nor are the hands of the person changing the bottles. Therefore whatever is on the neck or on the bottle changer's hands is now in your water storage tank.
Plus their are the environmental concerns. Our planet can't afford bottled water... while promoting an image of health and vitality, bottled water companies burn millions of barrels of oil and generate millions of tons of greenhouse gases in the manufacturing, processing and transporting of their products. Bottleless water coolers deliver glass after glass of fresh, cold, high-purity water at the touch of a button, without any environmental issues.
Are bottled water coolers sanitized on a regular basis?
Bottled water companies do not sanitize their coolers, although most suggest that their Customers should sanitize the cooler every 4-6 months because algae & bacteria can build up in the cooler. The International Bottled Water Association recommends that the water storage tanks of bottled water coolers should be sanitized regularly with a 5% chlorine bleach solution to help reduce bacteria build up. This is rarely, if ever, performed.
Our Advantages vs. Bottled Water Coolers
Bottleless water coolers look and perform like traditional bottled water coolers but have many advantages.
1) Water Quality: Our most popular cooler purifies the water through a 5 stage process. The cold water storage tank is maintained bacteria free 24 hours per day through an ozonation process! All bottled water is stored unrefrigerated for long periods of time. Bottles and coolers have been proven to grow and harbor high levels of bacteria and other microbiological contaminants. Dirt, dust, insects and other airborne contaminants can easily enter bottled water coolers through the large opening in the top of the cooler. The necks of the bottles are rarely properly sanitized before being placed onto the water cooler. This can introduce germs from the bottle changer's hands, dirt, bacteria, viruses and other contaminants. The International Bottled Water Association recommends that the water storage tanks of bottled water coolers should be sanitized regularly with a 5% chlorine bleach solution to help reduce bacteria build up. This is rarely, if ever, performed.
2) Convenience: No Bottles, No Deliveries, No Running Out of Water, No Security Issues or Interuptions with the Deliveries of Bottles, No Storage Space Needed for Bottles, No Workers' Compensation Liability for Lifting 40 lb. Bottles, No Reconciliation of Confusing Monthly Invoices.
3) Cost Savings: Bottled water costs about $1.60 per gallon for five gallon bottles. Your cost per gallon drops to $1.10 per gallon or less with our coolers (provided you are using at least 10 five gallon bottles per month) and your cost remains fixed, even as your usage increases!
Why should you choose a Pure WaterWorks cooler?
1) 99% Pure Contaminant Free Water, 2) Self Sanitized Cooler, 3) Fixed Cost, 4) Continuous Water with No Bottles to Lift or Store!
We provide the most state of the art, latest technology water coolers in the world! Our most popular cooler purifies water through an "exclusive" patented 5 stage process that produces 99% pure oxygenated drinking water. We combine reverse osmosis and ozone technology to produce purified water that cannot be found in a bottle! Plus this cooler has a self-sanitizing feature that keeps the cooler free from bacteria, slime and algae build up! Most competitive coolers only have 1 or 2 stages of filtration which provides very little protection and poor quality water.
Most of our Customers want to drink the best quality water they can afford! That is why they love our PureWater Coolers.
1) The quality of the water produced by our PureWater1 cooler cannot be found anywhere - it’s a patented process. 2) Has the largest cold water tank in the industry. 3) Only Self Sanitizing cooler that uses EPA approved method (ozone). 4) Larger opening to accommodate sports bottles, 5) Electronic dispensing buttons vs. levers that break constantly. 5) Thermostat controlled cold water to 38 degrees and hot water to 185 degrees. 6) Stainless steel tank for quick cold water recovery. 7) Guaranteed service levels, the highest in the industry!
How does Pure WaterWorks get water to the cooler?
Installation is simple. If you have an automatic icemaker in your refrigerator or a plumbed in coffee brewer, you're already familiar with how we install your PureWaterCooler.
We start out by finding the nearest cold water source. It's usually located under a sink. We install a "T" fitting that allows the sink and the cooler to share the same water line. Then we attach food grade 1/4" tubing to the "T". A small hole is cut in the back of the cabinet, and we snake our tubing inside the wall and ceiling. Once it's above the drop ceiling, it's easy to run it anywhere that you would like a cooler ( up to 300 feet away from a water source). Once we get the tubing above the cooler, we snake it down the wall and out a small hole that is covered with a cable plate.
How often do these coolers need to be serviced?
We handle all the service issues so you don't have to. We proactively check out the cooler at least a couple of times a year, make repairs and change filters as needed. We respond to service calls within 24 hours if anything ever goes wrong! Most of our coolers have an on-board monitoring system that will alert you if there is a system malfunction or if filters need to be changed.
What is "reverse osmosis" water?
Reverse osmosis water, or "RO" water, is water that has been filtered free of chemicals, chlorine and chlorine by-products. The RO membrane also removes metals, dissolved solids, salts and most organisms. It is water in its purest form and is clearly the body's choice for optimal health and it tastes great!
What is "Ozone" and what does it do?
"Ozone" occurs naturally in the upper atmosphere and is also produced by lightning during thunderstorms. It is produced for use in water purification by exposing oxygen to high voltage electrical discharges. It is a natural disinfectant that destroys viruses, bacteria and water born parasites and is the only EPA approved process for water purification.