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Technical Blog

Connecting Your Water Cooler to the Mains

Installing your water cooler to the mains is quite straight forward. Have a look at our Installation video Click Here - it is really easy. Our Installation Rail Kit (PFRAILKIT) provides everything you need to connect your POU Cooler to the mains, including a GREEN Carbon Block filter (FILTCAR).


Beating Scale - With Our Postcode Checker

Check your water hardness with our unique Postcode Scale Checker. You can check your postcode to find out if you are affected by hard water. It makes business sense to ensure your equipment if fitted with the correct scale protection filter. Read More >>

Why We Need To Sanitise

Water is food and needs to be protected from Bacterial contamination. Regular sanitising every 3 months for bottled water coolers and every 6 months for mains connected water coolers with our Cooler Clear Sanitising Solution will kill bacteria. Read More >>

Filters For Water Coolers & Boilers

It is important to select the correct Filters For Water Coolers & Boilers. The role of the Carbon Candle is to remove the taste and smell of the Chlorine in the mains water, & the large surface area of the NanoFilter resists blocking, even at low water pressure or where there is a high solid content of the mains water. Read More >>

How To Get Your Water Cooler Back To Work After Lockdown

Sanitising destroys bacteria, but does not touch the COVID19 virus. Fortunately our CCSPRAY does destroy the COVID19 virus! Read More >>

What Does Your Installation Include?

When using a professional installation company it is important to use EDWCA or BWCA trained installers or plumbers to protect yourself. The Associations run regular installation and sanitising training courses, so you can be assured your machine is installed correctly avoiding damage and ensuring the supply is safe to drink! Read More >>

Beating Scale

Scale is the enemy of all Water Boilers and if not dealt with will result in Boiler breakdowns. Half of the UK’s water supply is hard water (Scaly) and the other half is soft water. If you are operating in a hard water area you need to take precautions! Read More >>

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