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Types of Water Dispensers

In this article, we will cover the different types of water dispensers as well as the benefits of having one. Water dispensers present the convenience clean, filtered water to people at the best temperature for various usage.

People are getting more aware of the importance of drinking sufficient water daily to stay hydrated and keep the body generally healthy. This is why an automatic water dispenser delivers the perfect solution as it filters and cools drinking water.

Whether it’s for producing cold drinking water on a hot day or steaming hot water for making tea or coffee, the fact remains that a water dispenser is always there and ready. Also, since it requires no special preparation, it is a big plus for busy folks who are always on the move.

There are different models of water dispensers you can find in stores today. Each model is perfectly engineered to suit most needs. Whether it’s for a large office or a small one, a permanent location or temporary one, you’ll always find a water dispenser that can do the job.

What Is a Water Dispenser?

Sometimes referred to as a water cooler (if used solely for cooling), a water dispenser is an appliance that comes with a refrigeration unit for cooling water before dispensing it at the push of a button.

Newer water dispenser models now come with a heating function that heats water and also dispenses it. Generally, water dispensers come in various form factors. There are the wall-mounted variants, the bottle filler water dispenser combo units, the bi-level units and other formats.

However, water dispensers can be distinguished into two major categories. The point-of-use (POU) water dispensers and the bottled water dispensers. The POU water dispensers require a direct source of water supply to function.

The bottled water dispensers, on the other hand, require large plastic bottles filled with water before dispensing can occur. This category of water dispensers can be mounted on top of the appliance or bottom-loaded depending on how the model is designed.

Typically, bottled water dispensers use between 5 to 10 gallons of water mounted at the top of the unit. Another subcategory of water dispensers is the water fountains and direct-piping water dispensers.

Types of Water Dispensers

This section discusses three of the most commonly found types of water dispensers

Bottled Water Dispensers

This is one of the commonest types of water dispensers. You’ll have to supply the unit with a specific-sized bottled water that will be coupled to the dispenser. When the bottled water is mounted, the dispenser, while powered on, chills or heats the chamber holding the water in the unit.

You will have to get a refill when the current bottled water becomes empty. You should also provide cups (dispensable) for this type of water dispenser model. Many bottled water dispenser units come as counter-top or floor-standing models.

They often feature unique functions like child-proof taps and automatic shut-off for hot water. This is important whenever the water reaches the maximum temperature or the water in the heating chamber is empty.

This is one of the most portable types of water dispensers as it can be placed anywhere. Just make sure there’s bottled water and a power source.

Bottle-less or Point-of-use Water Dispensers

The point-of-use water dispenser doesn’t require a continuous resupply of bottled water. This is because it can be connected directly to a source of water like tap water or a water container. Hence, the name bottle-less water dispenser. However, you’ll still need to provide cups for drinking.

The unit comes with a built-in filtration process which helps in producing clean, crisply-fresh drinking water. Typically, it also has a heating element useful for heating water whenever you want to make tea or coffee.

The most common models in this category of water dispensers are the floor-standing tower types and the counter-top mounted or non-mounted variants.

The floor-standing tower model is usually installed in offices. The counter-top mounted ones, on the other hand, are mostly found in homes or places where the demand for a water dispenser isn’t high or when it just feels more convenient to keep it on the pantry cupboard.

Many bottle-less water dispensers have ideal safety features such as the child-proof taps. This protects children from getting scalded by hot water from the appliance. There’s also an automatic shut-off for the water heater. It basically turns off power when the water is hot enough or the heating chamber has no water.

Water Fountains

Ideal for outdoors, cafeterias, offices, as well as public buildings, water fountains are just perfect for dealing with medium to high-level demands for filtered, clean, cool drinking water.

Once the water fountain is installed, it requires no further attention. A water fountain is a type of water dispenser mostly connected directly to a source of water supply. The unit generally filters and chills the water right before dispensing it.

It is one of the few types of water dispensers that do not provide hot water. Also, it doesn’t require bottled or cups before water can be gotten from the unit.

Advantages of Water Dispensers

Check out some of the interesting advantages of water dispensers below.

1. The water tastes better than regular sources of drinking water.

2. Having a water dispenser around makes it easier to drink more water.

3. Of course, drinking lots of water is ideal for healthy living which is what a water dispenser provides you with.

4. It can help save you money from buying several smaller bottles of water.

5. It also saves you space. Rather than stock up your refrigerator with water, make use of the water dispenser and save more space for your refrigerator.

6. At the tap of a button, you can get heated water which is great for coffee or tea.

7. The unit easily adapts to mugs, jugs, bottles, etc., which allows for easy access to fresh water.

8. It can improve your sugar-free diet. Having a water dispenser nearby will trigger you to drink more water rather than opting for soft drinks or soda.  

9. Instant clean, filtered, chilled water on the go.

Best Royal Water Dispensers

If you’re ready to purchase a water dispenser, you’ll be left confused with the several different types available in stores. However, we’ve made the selection headache easier with this collection of the best Royal water dispensers.

Royal Water Dispenser (RWD521W)

This Royal Water Dispenser can be used at homes or offices. The appliance has a brilliant white finish. It features a stainless steel cold tank that will last for a long time thanks to its unique antirust protection. Whether it’s hot water you want or cold water, this water dispenser has got you covered.

Royal Water Dispenser (RWD1161)

Here’s another top-quality Royal water dispenser you can trust. It features a single door and a storage cabinet. While dispensing chilled water, the classy water dispenser also comes with a stainless steel hot tank, just perfect for releasing heated water. It also comes with an auto-temperature control function that stops the hot tank from overheating or operating whenever it is empty.

Royal Water Dispenser (RWDF1108)

Along with an attractive built-in refrigerator system, this Royal water dispenser has a sleek and trendy look. The unit features stainless steel hot and cold tanks for holding and dispensing both hot and cold water respectively. It also comes with a refrigerator cabinet that is ideal for storing and keeping small, portable items that require cooling and storage.  

Conclusion

Drinking water is an essential part of our daily lives. A water dispenser is an ideal appliance that should be made available in homes, offices, amusement centers and more. There are different types of water dispensers, however, they all have the same thing in common. This is to provide fresh, clean, filtered, cool or hot water.

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