AQA Total Energy – New Standards for Drinking Water


With its future-oriented product developments, BWT – Best Water Technology Group, Europe’s market leader in water treatment technology – is constantly setting new standards for the global water market while making an important contribution to a ...

... healthy, modern, ecologically oriented world in line with its motto: BWT – Water Technologies for a Better Life.

Following its success in selling more than 100,000 AQA total systems for protection against limescale, BWT is now presenting a new dimension in water technology: AQA total Energy. It will be launched today at the ISH in Frankfurt, the world’s largest and most important international industry trade fair for sanitation, heating and air-conditioning systems.

For the very first time, the sensational BWT world premiere AQA total Energy combines three phases of water treatment in one single device. This revolutionary 3-in-1 innovation provides more energy in drinking water as well as improved protection against limescale and corrosion. By adding magnesium and active oxygen, the drinking water is given more potency and consequently more energy. Effective protection against limescale and corrosion while maintaining the calcium in the drinking water ensures both optimal hygiene and the protection of domestic sanitary installations.

Hygienically clean water requires hygienically clean piping systems: this is why the new AQA total Energy provides for efficient protection against limescale and corrosion – while retaining in the water the calcium and magnesium that are essential for life. But this innovative device offers still more as a world first: AQA total Energy enhances drinking water by adding magnesium and active oxygen and thus giving it New Energy.

With the revolutionary AQA total Energy, for the first time BWT is offering a 3-phase solution in one device for drinking water that is not just hygienically clean but simultaneously offers extra energy:

Phase 1: For refreshment and vital minerals. The water maintains all the important minerals and in addition is being enriched with valuable magnesium and active oxygen.

Phase 2: For efficient protection against limescale. Nano crystals stabilize the limescale and protect pipes from dangerous limescale deposits.

Phase 3: For efficient protection against corrosion. This assists the build-up of a protective layer, which effectively prevents the piping surfaces from corrosion.

The result is exceptionally pure, healthy drinking water that is rich in minerals – the “Energy Drink from the Tap.”

With its revolutionary AQA total Energy BWT is once again demonstrating its leading position as the innovator in water treatment technology. The market launch of the revolutionary AQA total Energy will offer the BWT Group vast opportunities for growth.

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