Delivering unmatched amounts of on-demand purified water, the compact and robust Bluewater Pro 600 provides professional environments fresh drinking, washing and cooking water 24/7.

Powerhouse performance

A veritable powerhouse point-of-use water purifier, the Bluewater Pro 600 delivers an amazing 8,000 liters* or 2,113 U.S. gallons of water per day. Removing all known waterborne contaminants, Bluewater Pro 600 harnesses patented second-generation SuperiorOsmosis™ reverse osmosis technology to generate pristine water.

Freshly purified water to delight your guests

Bluewater Pro 600 allows professional environments to generate their own premium quality purified drinking water that can be served still or sparkling in eco-friendly glass bottles branded with their own name. Bluewater Pro 600 also enables catering businesses to improve their bottom line by avoiding costly purchasing, transporting, and storing of plastic and other outsourced bottled waters.

Easy to install, maintain and use

Connect Bluewater Pro 600 to the ice machine to get pure ice cubes, the coffee machine for a great taste or the dishwasher to ensure sparkling glassware and dishes. The Bluewater Pro 600 delivers a new dimension to generating cleaner, healthier water in commercial environments by improving the entire drinking experience, from tabletop water served to diners to serving great-tasting water mocktails in the bar. Easy to install, maintain and use, Bluewater Pro 600 satisfies your thirst for a nicer environment by transforming tap water into fresh water as pure as nature intended.

Product dimensions: 225 x 430 x 466 mm

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Blue Water Pro 600C HF

  • Brands Bluewater
  • Product Code: FE010751
  • Availability: In Stock
  • 5,399.00€

  • Ex Tax: 4,536.97€

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