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FAQ

Answers to some common questions about water purification systems.
As the trusted authority on water purification systems, we believe you should know all you can about how to get the best drinking water possible in your workplace. That’s why we’ve created a list of the most common questions customers ask about drinking water options when making the decision to go from bottled water to AquaVita water purification systems.

Bottled water is an alternative to drinking tap water; however, it’s an unhealthy choice due to bacteria growth in the reservoir. It’s also unfriendly to the environment. Annually, thousands of companies in Kenya have made the switch from bottled water to our purification systems.

Filtration is an alternative to bottled water or a water fountain. But unfortunately, it comes way short of providing you with the purity and great taste available with our purification systems using reverse osmosis. Over one third of our current customers used filtration systems before switching to our purification systems.

AquaVita replaced hundreds of competitive filtration units with our purification systems. Why? Superior taste. Our patented process provides the purest drinking water available. It is microprocessor controlled and has “auto tank sanitization.” This advanced process eliminates bacteria growth in the tank and keeps the water tasting clean and fresh.

Our systems are installed in a similar manner as a refrigerator ice maker. They connect using the finest John Guest lines and fittings available. The lines run through walls and over ceiling tiles just like CAT5 computer cabling. Some of our installations are in manufacturing environments over two football fields long! AquaVita is fully insured and qualified to install systems in all types of environments.

AquaVita provides a rental program which includes all service and filters. The pricing is locked for a 60-month period. In most situations, our customers are spending less with our systems compared to bottled water. The pricing of our systems varies depending on the model of the unit and the volume of water used.