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The tap that does it all

Quooker is an internationally recognisable name in kitchen design, representing top-of-the-range technology. The world’s first boiling water tap holds global patents on the many parts that define it. 

Inventions like the high-vacuum insulated tank, the all-in-one taps Quooker Fusion and Flex and the series of black boiling-water taps brought about a design revolution in the kitchen. Innovation 'around the sink' still continues every day.

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What is Quooker hot tap and how does it work?

A Quooker hot tap has the ability to immediately dispense both filtered and boiling water from a patented compact tank with high-vacuum insulation stored under the kitchen worktop. On top of this, it uses significantly less energy than a standard tap.

A Quooker tank is connected to the water mains and acts like a vacuum-sealed thermos flask from beneath the worktop. This tank possesses an insulation wall and the air within is so thin that heat is unable to escape from it. Consequently, the tank requires just 10 watts to keep the water within the tank at 110 degrees — allowing water to immediately come out boiling. The tank is easily accessible under the worktop and can even be opened and cleaned. This is completely safe and ensures your Quooker boiling water tap lasts longer.

Water only begins boiling once the tap is properly turned on. This is achieved with a smooth double push and turn motion. The base of the tap then lights up to signal that boiling water is being used. The entire spout is insulated and is in no way affected by the water within. It also swivels smoothly and, on many models, the height is easily adjustable. As the boiling water leaves the compact tank, fresh water instantly begins to flow in, refilling the tank within seconds.

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Quooker’s boiling water tap is innovative

Quooker is constantly improving its products to further satisfy customers who have become raving advocates of the brand.

The most recent developments at Quooker are the high-vacuum insulation, the COMBI tap, the COMBI+, the Nordic Twintaps and the all-in-one Fusion and Flex tap.

Quooker’s boiling water tap is versatile

Whether your kitchen needs a separate boiling water tap with an accompanying mixer tap or you need a single tap for cold, hot, filtered and boiling water, Quooker has a solution for your kitchen. Taps at Quooker do everything and more than the ordinary tap — they keep things simple while offering multiple new capabilities.

The Flex tap, for example, is Quooker’s boiling water tap that is equipped with a flexible pull-out hose. The pull-out hose feature is an inaugural addition to kitchen design and allows things like chopping boards or fruit and veg to be rinsed and cleaned with ease. A boiling water-stop feature makes it impossible for the hose to dispense boiling water while it is pulled out, making it safe and efficient.

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Quooker’s boiling water tap is safe

The double-push-and-turn handle means that boiling water cannot leave the tap without you wanting it to, so there’s no risk of boiling water leaking out. When you do require boiling water and push the handle, the base of the tap illuminates, signalling clearly that hot water is on its way.

On top of this, the tap’s entire spout is completely insulated and swivels smoothly for touch and comfort. Unlike most taps, the Quooker boiling water tap does not produce a sporadic flow of water but instead provides a controlled, aerated spray. What does this mean? Having been charged with gas, the stream is much softer than the solid jet of water produced by normal taps. This prevents the risk of serious scalds or burns.

The Quooker boiling water tap doesn’t create any dangers but actually provides a solution to existing safety risks. Gone are the potential health risks that kettles represent and gone too is the clutter of leads on the worktop. A Quooker tap also cannot be knocked over or spill.

Quooker’s boiling water tap is cost-effective

Quooker’s compact kitchen cupboard tank makes the tap a system of optimum efficiency. Insulated walls keep air thin so that a 110-degree Celsius heat is maintained and nothing escapes. This allows the tank to function at just 10 watts. The patented high-vacuum insulation means that a Quooker boiling water tap’s standby power consumption costs just three pence per day, which will save you a significant sum when it comes to your energy bills.

The Quooker tap is 60% more energy efficient than other boiling water taps. With Quooker’s cost-effective and innovative technology, there is no need to pipe heated water from your main boiler to your kitchen sink. Instead, its water tank does all the work, which means no more waiting for the water to warm while you run the tap. You’ll have access to immediate hot water and experience energy savings with Quooker.

Contact us if you would like to find out more, or see our Quooker tap in action in our studio. 

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