Water Cooler Troubleshooting

Water cooler troubleshooting

Help! My Cooler is Leaking, What Should I Do? The reservoir of your water cooler is made from durable stainless steel or heavy-duty commercial grade plastic. For this reason, a leak usually originates from the water bottle. A vacuum seal is required to prevent your water reservoir from overflowing. If there is a pinhole or…

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Water Filtration Unit F.A.Q.

water filtration

1). What is a water filtration unit? A water filtration system removes any foul tastes and odor, color, iron, and chlorine from your tap water. A water filtration system does not require water delivery each month because the water filtration unit will filter your general tap water using electricity to provide you with cold—and even hot—water. With…

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Water F.A.Q.’s

hot and cold water cooler

How do bottle deposits work? Click here for a full explanation of our 5-gallon water bottle deposit exchange program. Do you repair water fountains?We have an on staff drinking water fountain expert who can diagnose, inspect, clean and repair any water fountain.  Click here to find out more Do you offer BPA free water bottles? Yes, we…

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Types of Drinking Water

Bottled Water

Distilled Water vs Spring Water Distillata Distilled Water has meant purity for well over one-hundred years. The distillation process removes all minerals and impurities, leaving only less than one part per million (ppm) of total dissolved solids and meeting all chemical requirements of the US Pharmacopeia. Distilled water is recommended for people who are very…

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Sustainable Drinking Water from a Water Cooler Supplier You Can Trust

Saving water

Bans on Bottled Water In 2013, The University of Vermont issued a bottle water ban on its campus. The intent was good – the university wanted to reduce plastic bottle waste. Unfortunately, the result was not what anyone expected. According to NPR, the number of single-use bottles being shipped to campus went up by 6% in…

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How-To Guide: Water Dispenser Cleaning

Water Cooler

Periodic Water Cooler Cleaning Is Recommended And It Is So Easy! Unplug the water cooler before cleaning. Check to see if your water cooler is equipped with a water guard. This is the device that punctures the caps on the bottles to allow the water to be dispensed. If you do have a waterguard you…

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Emergency Water Preparedness

Emergency Water

Although we are lucky enough to live in an area that allows us to take our water supply for granted, there are instances such as floods, water main breaks, and severe winter storms that will prohibit our municipalities from serving us. It is important to be prepared in these times of emergency or disaster, and having…

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Water Fountain Maintenance FAQ’s

Drinking water fountain

Water fountains are often the unsung heroes of gyms, offices or anywhere else you might find them. But what happens when they break down? At Distillata, we want people to have as much access to drinking water as possible. In this article, we’re going to break down some essentials to water fountain maintenance, so you…

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Distilled Water Facts

Bottled Drinking Water Cap

75% of Americans are dehydrated 37% of Americans mistake thirst for hunger Even mild dehydration will slow down one’s metabolism as much as 3% Studies show that one glass of water shuts down midnight hunger pangs in close to 100% of dieters Lack of water is the #1 trigger of daytime fatigue Research indicated that…

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Coffee F.A.Q.

Strong coffee on the wooden background

Keurig is a great brand to have for your office coffee machine. We offer a wide variety of coffee pods, so if you are looking for a cheap k cup distributor, Distillata is your company! Why am I getting coffee grounds from the coffee pod in my cup? The coffee grounds have built up in…

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Benefits of Drinking Water

reasons to drink more water

It’s no secret that water is our most important nutrient. Without enough of it, we experience headaches, back and neck pain, increased risk of kidney stones, energy loss and fatigue, and a slow-down in metabolism that leads to weight gain. Believe it or not, Americans do drink about eight servings of hydrating beverages per day.…

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