Quality

How to question and evaluate (new) water technologies

Understanding water technologies is not easy. Water is not easy to understand. Any manufacturer will claim to have the best or the cheapest offer to clean water. Independent professionals in the water industry know that there are no simple answers to “cleanest” or “best” or “most efficient”. It is always a balanced answer and the assumptions are always more interesting than the conclusion.

WaterStillar has developed a small list of 7 areas to question that then gives you a rough profile of any given product

1. How much water and energy requirements

2. Technical complexity

3. Durability and rigidity

4. Price

5. Water quality, in and out

6. Sustainability

7. Beauty/ design

WaterStillar products are all performing with high notes at 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7. But WaterStillar only makes very small amounts of water (1) and only compared to filtered water is quite expensive (4).

Filtered water (RO systems) will perform just opposite of WaterStillar: A lot of water at a relatively low price, but 2,3,5,6 and often 7 will have a lower score. This is to some extent a subjective conclusion and will vary from case to case.

Our build quality

AquaDania A/S is a Danish company that today usually uses Scandinavian, German and Italian subsuppliers and manufacturers. Our build quality is state of the art and the quality of steel, glass, enamel etc is the best we can buy for money.

The design of our systems ensures years of clean water. By design we have removed the long term effects of biofouling ( the water will stay sterile in a WaterStillar system) and we do not use materials that will migrate unwanted contaminants back into the water. We think, we offer the best systems for clean drinking water.

The components are made for AquaDania by subsuppliers and the assembly is done by AquaDania. Each system is pressure tested before leaving the assembly line and a short functionality test is done as well. Therefore there might be a little water left in the tank and the pipes when you install the systems. 

Our subsuppliers are all professionals in their own field. Except from the solar tubes, all material and components are made in the EU. All systems are CE approved.