Filtered Coolers: No More Bottles!

Updated: September 27, 2016.

When it comes to drinking water, we expect to drink the finest and purest water available. Many businesses and organizations need to supply drinking water of good quality to their staff. There are several solutions for businesses and organizations, including bottled water dispensers (coolers) and bottle less water coolers. The latter is the best solution, and you’ll find out why as we compare them.

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Bottleless Water Dispenser: Continuous Supply Of Pure Water

Bottleless water coolers are better than bottled water coolers for several reasons. So let’s take a look at the several disadvantages of bottled water coolers. First of all, bottled water coolers require a constant replacement of water supplies. A typical water bottle or jug holds only a few gallons, which barely lasts for an entire day for a large office full of dozens of people. This means that an office needs to look for a water supplier who delivers the water bottles, and a contract is usually signed. The costs of the water bottles and deliveries/pick-ups add up to significant amounts. Other problems created by bottled water coolers is taking up significant storage space in the office, and traffic congestion from delivery trucks and personnel. Empty water jugs sit in the office unused, waiting for pickup. Not to mention all of the extra plastic required for all those large jugs. Water jugs are heavy and take a real effort to replace, and someone at the office has to do it every time, risking injury. Bottled water coolers also have sanitation vulnerabilities, as they have exposed reservoirs where bacteria can grow. Depending on the workforce size, an office may need multiple bottled water coolers, which just multiplies all of the mentioned problems. Last but not least, bottled water coolers offer a very mediocre filtering system, because they are not designed to be sophisticated machines that offer the purest drinking water.

Bottled Water Delivery

As you can see, bottled water coolers have many disadvantages. That’s why the best drinking water solution is bottle less water coolers. Bottled water coolers are known as point of use (POU) systems, as they are connected directly into the cold water supply. This means that there is a constant and reliable supply of water available, without any depletion. Pure drinking water available 24 hours a day, that’s the ultimate solution. Bottled water coolers are simply connected like refrigerators, as they stand in one spot and supply water. Bottled water coolers come with cooling and heating capabilities that deliver pure hot and cold water. Additionally, bottle less water coolers have a compact and aesthetic appearance. Bottle less water coolers minimize space usage, as there is no need to store loads of jugs.

Filtered Water Dispensers

The best feature of a bottle less water cooler is the filter. Bottle less water coolers offer superior filtering systems that deliver the purest filtered water instantly. Bottled water coolers feature advanced filtering systems that purify water in multiple stages with several filters. These filters removed the large variety of contaminants that is found in water supplies. Yes, the water that is delivered to faucets is full of many toxic unpleasant contaminants, even after it has been treated by municipalities. For example, water supplies include Chlorine and Hydrogen Sulfide, and these are unpleasant and harmful chemicals to drink. You definitely want these and other chemicals filtered out. Additionally, the filters in the bottle less water coolers remove any unpleasant odors and tastes in the water supply.
One great example of bottle less water cooler is the Turbo Ultrafiltration Water Cooler by Crystal Quest. On any given day, this water cooler is capable of supplying a busy office of more than 30 people with pure water. Heating capacity is 1.5 gallons per hour, and cooling capacity is 1.96 gallons per hour. Power consumption is 500 Watts for heating and 112 Watts for cooling. The Turbo Ultrafiltration Water Cooler comes with separate hot and cold water stainless steel tanks, and still delivers water when the tanks are drained. The water cooler comes with easy to use control systems, that are as simple as coffee machines.

Controls on a Countertop Cooler

One of the best features of the Turbo Ultrafiltration Water Cooler is its sophisticated filtering system that includes four stages. The filter in this water cooler removes many contaminants and delivers the purest and healthiest water for your enjoyment. The filters of this water cooler are durable, and last for over two years. In the first stage, sediment filter cartridge removes 99.99% of microbiological cysts, cryptosporidium and giardia (which cause digestive problems.) In the second stage of filtering, granulated activated carbon (GAC) cartridge filter removes contaminants such as chlorine (99.9%), chemicals linked to cancer (THMs, benzine), pesticides, herbicides, incesticides, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), PCBs, MTBEs, and also filters out bad taste and odor.

In the third filtering stage, UltraFiltration membrane removes synthetic organic compounds (between 0.0001 to 0.005 micron in size), bacteria, viruses, colloid, parasites, water hardness and saults. The final stage of the filtering process includes a Multi-stage water filter that removes hundreds of other contaminants.

Water Cooler Filtration System

The Turbo Ultrafiltration System has dimensions of 37"(H) x 13"(W) x 13"(D) and weighs 45 lbs. This water cooler is available for just over $600.00, and includes free shipping when you order online. You can get an upgraded version of the water cooler, The Premium Turbo Ultrafiltration, for just over $700.00. So what are you waiting for? Order the best drinking water solution on the market! You are guaranteed a constant supply of the purest and safest drinking water!

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High End Machines can also win design awards (compare it to a plastic 5 gallon bottle)

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We have coolers that carry numerous certifications, including NSF components, ADA, ROHS, Water Quality Association, and more. Ask us if you want a certified machine.

Cooler Certifications, NSF, ADA

 

Poor attempts at providing clean drinking water: aluminum cans

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