Water purification for restaurant dishwashers

Bluewater has the perfect solution to tackle the water impurities in municipal water used in professional kitchens that can lower dishwasher operating efficiency and lifetime as well as increase costs. A Bluewater Pro 400 water purifier fitted to a professional water purifier can boost bottom line substantially by halting the limescale build-up that clogs up a washing machine and starts leaving a cloudy residue on glassware and crockery. Thanks to Bluewater post-wash filtration, the use of chemical cleaning products can be reduced, and labour costs will decline as tableware no longer needs to be polished by hand.


Thanks to its unique proven membrane design, the Bluewater Pro 400 cleans the raw municipal water entering a dishwasher of almost all known water impurities, including limescale, to leave glassware and crockery sparkling clean and ready to use.

Measuring just 18.3 inches high and 8.9 inches wide, the WQA Gold Seal certified Bluewater Pro is designed for food service industry professionals looking for new, cutting-edge water purifiers that can benefit multiple applications and deliver reliable peace-of-mind results, improved quality, and better profitability, backed up with a US-wide support service to match.




Sample commercial or restaurant installation using the Bluewater Pro 400 purifier.



Using state-of-the-art membrane technology, the Bluewater Pro 400 is a long-lasting, compact point-of-use water purifier that helps professional kitchens create a near-endless source of pure water for cooking, washing and drinking. Thanks to its patented SuperiorOsmosis™ system, the Bluewater Pro 400 also drastically reduces the waste water traditional to standard reverse osmosis solutions, which means users get more useable water for their money and is great news for the environment.

In addition to delivering pristine water quality, enhanced appliance operating efficiency, reduced water-related costs, the Bluewater Pro provides excellent green-business credentials such as reducing the need for dishwasher detergents, cutting the need for single-use plastic bottles of water and slashing water wastage common to traditional reverse osmosis systems.


  • Less scaling, substantial cost savings
  • Spot free rinsing
  • Better energy efficiency
  • Fresher, cleaner and more visually attractive glassware and cutlery
  • Reduced labor costs