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Glacial Filter and Self-Clean Stainless Base Load Water Cooler - Uses Brita Pitcher Filters


Filter and Self-Clean Stainless Base Load Water Cooler - Uses Brita Pitcher Filters

$35590 /box

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Product Overview

Save $354 a year, stop buying water bottles. Having clean water is essential, but can get expensive. Delivered bottles cost about $8 a piece, and at the common four bottles a month, that adds up to a significant $384 a year. Our Water Filter Professional Bottom Loading Water Cooler uses a Brita pitcher filter and plain tap water instead of having to buy bottled water. At four bottles filtered a month, the cost is an affordable $30 a year; a hefty savings of $354. With a normal cooler, you need to store a month's supply of bottles, arrange for deliveries, or lug them home from the grocery store. A filtering water cooler is the perfect solution. Unlike normal filtering coolers, our Water Filter Cooler uses the highly effective Brita pitcher filters to clean your water. Just fill the bottles up with tap water and place in the bottom of the cooler. There is no need to hire plumbers for installation. And with no permanent plumbing hookup, you have the freedom to move the cooler where you like. To keep your water tasting fresh over years, the cooler automatically cleans itself using unstable oxygen self-cleaning technology. This kills bacteria and prevents the buildup of bacteria bio-film that develops in normal coolers that aren't cleaned regularly. Glacial Professional Grade water coolers consistently outperform other commercial grade water coolers in both cooling and heating temperatures, as well as lifespan.

  • Powerfully filters regular tap water using Brita pitcher filters
  • Keep your room uncluttered without those bulky bottles
  • No plumber installation required, the filter works with a standard 5 gal. water bottle, just refill at your sink when empty
  • Self-Cleans several times a day using reactive oxygen technology, the unstable oxygen rips bacteria apart and keeps the cooler clean from biofilm, and murky off tastes
  • Beautiful stainless steel exterior with capacitive digital display
  • Glacial chill technology uses a ring of ice to keep water at a steady temperature just above freezing, making a refreshingly chilly glass of water
  • Produces 1.6 gal. of icy cold water per hour
  • HotBoost technology injects preheated water into the hot tank, maintaining a very high average temperature
  • Produces 1.4 gal. of piping hot water per hour
  • Patented external heating disk prevents calcium buildup which occurs on internal heating elements, leading to failure, or making unappetizing white flakes in your water
  • Durable heating technology allows dry operation, such as when you run out of water, the hot tank often overheats and breaks with normal coolers
  • Professional grade compressor technology turns on about 30 times less than the average commercial grade cooler; which often starts failing after a year or 2 of use
  • Thicker cold-rolled steel solid frame construction holds up to wear and tear; can bear 330 lb. of top weight
  • Side panels use hard automobile grade powder coating instead of cheaper paint
  • Sanitary recessed faucet outlets prevent cups touching and sharing of germs
  • Deep drip tray holds a full 2 cups of water
  • Energy efficient design produces more cold and hot water than normal commercial grade coolers, yet uses much less electricity

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you turn the hot water option off?

Asked by: john
Yes, there is a switch in the rear of the appliance allowing you to turn on/off the hot water option. There are also two additional switches allowing for turning on/off the cold water option as well as an LED light at the dispenser.
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2016-10-12

Where can i buy the filter

Glacial filter
Asked by: Noel
This is a standard Brita filter and may be purchased from any retail outlet offering Brita filters.
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2016-10-12

This comes with a filter and can u use tap water?

Asked by: Boo
Yes this device comes with a Brita filter and allows for the use of tap water.
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2016-10-12

Where is the filter located

Asked by: Hana
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