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4118 South 500 West
Murray, UT 84123
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Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm


Photo of new 5 gallon bottled water washer, filler, and capper.
Water Specialties installs additional 5 gallon bottled water washing, filling, and capping machine to keep up with increased demand.  
Water Quality Conversion Chart
This valuable water quality conversion chart was posted on our Facebook page last May and can also be found at the bottom of our PEDI webpage. In an effort to make it more noticeable I'm also posting it in this article. The chart displays the relationship between resistivity, conductivity, total dissolved solids, grains per gallon, and possible pH range. Please call our office if you have any questions or would like us to assist resolving any technical problems your experiencing.... + read more
Cooler sanitization
As with any appliance, it's important to routinely wash and clean your bottled water and bottle-less coolers. For bottled water coolers I recommend wiping dry the crystal guard (upper bowl) with a new paper towel before placing a new bottle on the cooler. It takes less than 2 minutes and works effectively at helping keep your cooler clean on the inside. Annual sanitizing is a must for both bottled water and bottle-less coolers. It takes and hour but... + read more
[Our Spring Water Source]
Just another sunny spring day at the spring in upper Weber Canyon. Since many of our clients ask us where we get our spring water from we figured we should post a photo of it in our blog.  Here are a few additional facts about our spring water source. Location: Upper Weber Canyon just West of Echo Reservoir. Minerals: The total dissolved solids, (minerals) suspended in the water measure at 80-100 parts per million, which is very low in comparison to culinary water. In Utah, the... + read more
[Member Water Quality Association]
Water Specialties Inc. is a proud member of the Water Quality Association, with 3 level VI certified Water Specialists, three of only four in Utah. The Water Quality Association (WQA) is a not-for-profit international trade association representing the residential, commercial, industrial, and small community water treatment industry. WQA maintains a close dialogue with other organizations representing different aspects of the water treatment industry in... + read more


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