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It features a 20 liter cabinet body, cooling compressor, stainless steel frame and ABS plastic dispensing area.

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This freestanding water cooler appeals to preferences of everyone in your office by dispensing cold water, hot water and even room-temperature water with a simple push of a button. These buttons are located on top for easy access. The availability indicator lights for each kind of water is on the front for easy viewing. Removable drip tray makes cleaning easy. Design also features a 20 liter cabinet body, cooling compressor, stainless steel frame and ABS plastic dispensing area. Use with 36-liter water jugs (not included). Hot water tank heats water to 185 degrees Fahrenheit (85 degrees Celsius). The cold water tank chills water to 32.1 degrees Fahrenheit (0.10 degree Celsius).

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  • This freestanding water cooler appeals to preferences of everyone in your office by dispensing cold water, hot water and even room-temperature water with a simple push of a button
  • Design also features a 20 liter cabinet body, cooling compressor, stainless steel frame and ABS plastic dispensing area; Use with 36-liter water jugs (not included)
  • Hot water tank heats water to 185 degrees Fahrenheit (85 degrees Celsius); The cold water tank chills water to 32.1 degrees Fahrenheit (0.10 degree Celsius)
  • The availability indicator lights for each kind of water is on the front for easy viewing
  • Removable drip tray makes cleaning easy
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does this unit support "no-spill" bottles (where you don't need to remove the cap when adding a new bottle)

    Yes it does. It has the spike in the filler neck made for no spill bottles.

  • Is the storage below refrigerated?

    No it is not.

  • Is the cold water indicator supposed to light up?

    Yes, the light is supposed to come on. Light up after it reached the appropriate temp.

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