Water Dispenser

  • WATER DISPENSER CH-001
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-002
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-003
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-004
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-005
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-006
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-007
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-008
  • WATER DISPENSER CT-001
  • WATER DISPENSER CT-002
  • WATER DISPENSER CT-003
  • WATER DISPENSER CT-004
  • WATER DISPENSER CT-005
  • WATER DISPENSER CT-006
  • WATER DISPENSER CT-007
  • WATER DISPENSER CT-008
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-009
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-010
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-201
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-301
  • WATER DISPENSER CH-501
  • WATER DISPENSER CTP-001
  • WATER DISPENSER CTP-002
  • WATER DISPENSER CTP-003

Most types have a small thermally insulated tank with a heater which keeps the water in the tank at high temperature. When the handle is pressed, cool tap water flows into the tank and displaces the near-boiling water, which flows out of the spout. On releasing the handle the valve closes and hot water stops flowing. The cool water is then heated to up to about 94 °C (201 °F) where it is ready for later use. Some tanks feature a 750 W heater that delivers up to 60 cups of water per hour at a temperature set by a dial. Some models are equipped with a filtration system to remove various contaminants, and can dispense hot or cool filtered water. Advanced filtration systems reduce chlorine taste, odor, sediment, dangerous parasites and protozoa like Cryptosporidium, toxic chemicals, heavy metals like lead and dangerous minerals.