Solutions Glenpatrick Drinking Water
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The benefits of Bottled Water Coolers Premium drinking water solution
Natural mineral water
Nothing added nothing taken away
Pure, fresh natural mineral water
Highest quality assured water coolers sanitised every 13 weeks
Easy of installation (no plumbing required)
Any location you choose
A positive benefit the healthy alternative
Free scheduled deliveries
MAINS FED WATER COOLERS
Mains fed water coolers provide a quality drinking water solution by chilling and filtering your existing supply. Water Coolers are available in a range of free standing or counter top models for home or office, hot and cold or cold only and in colours of your choice. Installation requires a mains water supply with adequate pressure within one meter, one square foot of floor space and a plug. Some plumbing may be required.
You choose the location and installation is simple.
The benefits of Mains Fed Water Coolers A quality drinking water solution
No deliveries required
No bottle storage required
More cost effective
Quality assured filters changed
on agreed schedule
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The Acis mains fed water cooler is ideal for any office. This stylish,
yet robust cooler, is available as either a free
standing or desktop model. The silver finish and
sleek push button taps make this water cooler a must
have for any office reception area or meeting room
Key Features Include:-
Hot and Cold
counter top or freestanding
No Taps, press button technology.
Customize your drinking water requirements by selecting coolers from our bottle cooler and mains fed range. Clients often choose mains fed units for communal or high volume areas and would then have a bottle topped mineral cooler for board rooms or meeting rooms where there may be little or no plumbed supply. The great thing about our bottle topped coolers is that you can wheel them from room to room depending on your requirements.
Glenpatrick are extremely proud of our flexibility in providing our clients with what they want. If you have heard of any other new types of filter or cooler,just ask and we’ll do our best to source it for you.
We have already sourced in line filter, goose neck , ultra violet and under sink units to provide our clients with a better all round solution to their needs.
JUST BECAUSE ITS NOT HERE DOESN’T MEAN THAT WE CAN’T GET IT FOR YOU!
Glenpatrick Spring and Natural Mineral water is abstracted from a Carboniferous aged limestone aquifer located on the southern slopes of the Slievenamon Mountains. The mineral content of any groundwater is determined largely by the geological material through which it passes.
Glenpatrick has 3 wells on site designated as Source1, 2 and 4. Our other well, Source 3, is located just over a mile off site where the old Glenpatrick factory was located. A cream liqueur manufacturer now owns this site. The well is still owned and maintained by Glenpatrick and the water from this well is pumped down to the new site. Two of our wells have Natural Mineral Water accreditation and two have Spring Water accreditation. The catchment area of the wells is approximately 4.1km2 Natural Mineral Water
Natural Mineral water is microbiologically wholesome water, originating in an underground source, protected from all risk of pollution and emerging from a spring tapped at one or more natural or bore exits. It is clearly distinguished from ordinary drinking water by its nature (mineral content and trace elements) and by its original state. Only very limited treatments are permitted. For a water to be declared a mineral water it must comply with 80/777/EEC.
To be recognised as a recognised as a Natural Mineral Water, the water and source must be assessed. In Ireland, the responsible authority for assessing and declaring a water to be a natural mineral water is the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI). At present NSAI has only three waters declared as Natural Mineral waters.
Place of Exploitation
Pallas Street, Borrisoleigh,
Clonmel, County Tipperary
Ballyferriter, County Kerry
Spring Water is a description reserved for water which is intended for consumption in its natural state, comes from an underground source, protected from all risk of pollution and is bottled at source. Only very limited treatments are permitted. Water which does not meet the requirements of a natural mineral water but is a spring water must comply with the natural mineral waters legislation above and with the rules on drinking water. Source 1
This well was drilled when the company moved to the new factory site in 1994. The well is 73.1m deep and the upper part of the well consists of a 30m long string of stainless steel casing. Source 2
This well was drilled in 1994 to 52m deep. The upper 20m of the borehole is encased in stainless steel. Well no .2 penetrates the following geological succession:
• Glacial Overburden (till and outwash deposits)
• Heavily weathered Waulsortian Limestone
• Waulsortian Limestone
• Argillaceous Bioclastic Limestone (ABL)
The original well was drilled in 1988. The well is 47.7m deep with a finished internal diameter of 150mm. The upper part of the well is lined with stainless steel casing. Source 3 abstracts groundwater from the same aquifer as the company’s Source 2. Calcium carbonate is the dominant mineral present in the aquifer. Source 4
The drilling of a deep source of water commenced on July 14th 1999. The well is 800m deep and cased down to 95m. The aquifer is of a dual porosity type. This means that there is a primary flow in the main fractures and a secondary flow in the micro fissures. Water has been filtering through the rock for many years. The water has a completely different chemistry to other water currently bottled on site and anywhere else in Ireland. The closest water would be either Evian or Perrier but overall it is a unique water. Typical Well Water Analysis:
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