Quench Introduces Water Deionization System

Quench announced that it has introduced the Quench 250 Water Deionization System, which delivers ultra-pure water on-demand using a building's existing water supply.

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King of Prussia, PA (PRWEB) March 03, 2014

Quench, the largest independent provider of filtered drinking water coolers and ice dispensers in North America, announced that it has introduced the Quench 250 Water Deionization System. This state-of-the-art technology delivers ultra-pure water on-demand using a building’s existing water supply. It is particularly well-suited for settings where a ready supply of high purity water is required, like dental offices, optical labs, pharmacies, and food-processing operations.

“We are excited to add deionization to our product line,” said Todd Peterson, Quench Chief Operating Officer. “It offers a more reliable, cost-effective and convenient solution for delivering ultra-pure water than distilled water. The Quench 250 System can also be paired with a filtered water cooler to provide on-demand drinking water.”

The Quench 250 System is easily installed under the sink, requiring less than three square feet of under-counter space. It features a gooseneck spigot for easy filling of large containers. Like all Quench products, the Quench 250 Water Deionization System is a more environmentally friendly alternative to bottled water delivery.

About Quench USA

Headquartered outside Philadelphia, Quench USA is a water technology company that designs, installs, leases, and services filtered water coolers (also known as “point-of-use” or “bottleless” water coolers) and ice dispensers. Quench is the largest independent provider in North America, serving more than 27,000 customers, including one-third of the Fortune 500. Quench systems purify tap water using state-of-the-art technology, providing a more cost-effective and environmentally-responsible solution than delivery of water in 5-gallon plastic jugs. For more information, please visit http://www.quenchonline.com.


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