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BWT bestsave

Simple scale protection pad

  • Usable in all compact coffee and vending machines with built-in water tanks
  • Basic cost-effective, efficient limescale protection
  • Less maintenance and descaling required
  • Simply put the BWT bestsave pad in the water tank
  • The very best quality drinks, consistently, every time


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Advano - professional kitchen equipment, fast food equipmentThe new BWT bestsave limescale protection pad offers the perfect basic limescale protection for all hot drinks machines with integrated water tanks. This means that BWT bestsave, in all its various sizes, is compatible with almost every type of coffee-maker, automatic coffee machine and compact vending equipment. Whether supplied to caterers, bakers, small cafés or to offices in the Office Coffee sector, BWT bestsave is still the easiest and most efficient solution for top quality drinks.




Advano - professional kitchen equipment, fast food equipment

The BWT bestsave limescale protection pad is very easy to use. As soon as you have unpacked it, give it a quick rinse under the tap and place it directly on the bottom of the water tank in your coffee machine. With the tank full, the ion exchanger takes 8–10 hours to remove the calcium from the untreated water. For best results carry out the optimisation over night so that there is sufficient water available for coffee the following day. BWT bestsave pads therefore offer basic, reliable limescale protection for coffee makers, vending and automatic coffee machines





How does the BWT limescale protection pad work?

A food-safe ion exchanger binds calcium ions in the water, preventing the build-up of calcium carbonate that can lead to those all too familiar calcium deposits.


  1. Preserves expensive high-tech equipment
  2. Improved water taste and smell mean perfect drinks every time

Change the bestsave limescale protection pad as soon as the maximum number of units (number of tank refills) have been reached. You can work out the potential number of refills quite easily by using the table below. Just match your local limescale content (water hardness) with the size of the water tank used and read off the number of refills – job done.


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