Water filtration systems for coffee machines are important to ensure the quality of the drinks made with them. The water used in the coffee preparation process may contain impurities, such as chlorine, sediments or limestone, which can affect the taste and aroma of the coffee and reduce the life of the machine.


There are several types of water filtration systems available for coffee makers. Some coffee machines have a filter built into the machine's water system, while others use separate filter cartridges to purify the water before it is used to brew coffee. There are also external filter systems that can be attached to the water faucet to clean the water before it enters the coffee machine.


Filter cartridges can be made of different materials, including activated carbon, ion exchange resin or semi-permeable membranes. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages and must be selected according to the specific needs of the device and the water in the area where it is located.


In general, water filtration systems can help improve the taste and aroma of coffee, reduce sediment or impurities in the water and prevent limescale build-up in the machine. To obtain the best results, it is important to use quality filters and follow the manufacturer's instructions for replacing them at regular intervals.


Our filters combine anti-scale protection with the removal of unwanted substances in order not to compromise the sensorial quality of the coffee and the metal parts of the machine. Water makes up 98% of every cup of coffee, therefore ensuring that your machine has the right anti-scale protection is a guarantee of constant quality, perfect taste and optimal cream and body.

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