With a Quooker, you always have the convenience of instant boiling water, straight from the tap. It is the safest and most sustainable option for the kitchen and saves space on your work top.
Did you know that water from Quooker also tastes better than normal tap water?
With a Quooker, you never need to wait for water to boil. Aren't we always looking to save time in our day? Whether it's trying out complicated recipes, making a quick cuppa between work calls or feeding the family before running out of the door again, a Quooker tap can help streamline your day.
If you need boiling water several times a day, you will use less energy with Quooker than with a kettle. With a Quooker COMBI tank (which provides both boiling and hot water all from a cold feed), you can even save energy. This is the first “boiler” in the world with high-vacuum insulation, using 50 percent less energy than a kitchen boiler. As the most energy-efficient hot water supply for the kitchen, the Quooker COMBI has an energy rating of A.
We all know it’s important to be economical with water and yet so many households unnecessarily waste it, both in small amounts (boiling twice as much water as you might need) and larger amounts (running the tap whilst waiting for the water to heat up). A Quooker helps you prevent wastage like this.
Do you have a small kitchen or just prefer the minimalistic look? A Quooker saves precious space on your worktop. The space occupied by a kettle can be freed up to slice, kneed and chop. And because the tank is so compact, there’s still usable space under your worktop or in your kitchen cupboard.
Make a quick pot of tea. Make filter coffee. Cook pasta. Blanche asparagus. Prepare a bottle of milk for a baby. Pre-heat dinner plates. Rinse that dirty casserole. You will be amazed by what you will use your Quooker for, including the things you might not even have bought it for. And with the Quooker Flex with it’s extendable hose, rinsing your sink or cleaning that chopping board just became even easier.
Enjoy fresh boiling water every day. An active carbon filter in the tank purifies the water. Furthermore, because the tank keeps it at a temperature of 110 degrees, it is always fresh. This reduces the calcium level, helping, for example, to bring out the taste of tea.
The Quooker was the world’s first boiling water tap. It was invented in the Netherlands in 1970’s by Henri Peteri. The patented high-vacuum insulation in the tank, which keeps the water at a constant temperature in an energy-efficient way, has prompted a revolution in many kitchens. Quooker now have 15 patents, which may only be used by Quooker. The Quooker is still manufactured in the company’s own factory in the Netherlands, where they work every day on new technical ideas and design solutions to make the product even more efficient, even easier to use and even more attractive.
‘Boiling water, straight from the tap. Is that safe?’ That’s the most frequently asked question about Quooker. With a number of important safety features, including a child-proof handle, they boast that it is the safest choice for every household/workplace. The tap’s entire spout is insulated, swivels and is even height adjustable on selected models. When boiling water is being used, a lamp lights up. The flow of water is delivered as an aerated spray, not a solid jet, preventing the risk of serious scalds or burns. And perhaps most importantly: Quooker can’t fall over, unlike a kettle or a pan.CONTACT IND PLUMBING & HEATING FOR INFORMATION ON QUOOKER
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