Quooker - best boiling water taps on the market

What is a Quooker

A Quooker tap dispenses 100°C boiling water, cool
sparkling water and filtered water whenever you need it.
What actually happens above and below the worktop.

More about Quooker taps

Will a Quooker save me money?
On average a kettle uses the same amount of energy to boil a litre of water as it takes to run
a fridge for about seven hours and in the UK we boil our kettle on average four times a day! In
contrast using a Quooker, is quick, efficient and instant meaning you use only what you need
because the 100°C boiling water is there, ‘on tap’ which saves time, money, energy and water.

Does it not cost a lot of money to keep the water at 100°C day and night?
The unique patented vacuum and thermos technology ensures that only 10 W of energy
consumption are required to maintain the water at temperature.

I have noticed Quooker delivers water at 100°C. Is this important?
Yes, this is of fundamental importance. Quooker is the world’s only true 100°C boiling water
tap and as a consequence it is the only tap on the market that truly allows you to be rid of the
energy-greedy kettle. (Remember if the water temperature is not 100°C at the point of delivery,
you will not be able to replace your kettle.)

Is the water from a Quooker always fresh?
The stainless steel tank with revolutionary patented vacuum insulation and thermos technology
holds water under pressure (so it does not boil) at 108°C. Therefore it ensures that every delivery
is fresh, sterile and removes the risk of harmful bacteria such as legionella.

Can a Quooker deliver filtered chilled and sparkling water?
By adding a CUBE any compatible Quooker system will provide the additional convenience of
filtered chilled and sparkling water. Push-wait-turn and the tap ring will light up blue for a flow
of filtered chilled water. Push-turn and the tap ring will flash blue for a flow of filtered sparkling
water.

Is it safe to deliver water at 100°C?
Boiling water needs treating with respect, so it’s no surprise that the first thing that a lot of people ask us is whether it’s really safe to have a tap which dispenses 100°C boiling water in a kitchen. What is sometimes a surprise to them is the realisation that it’s actually much safer having a Quooker tap than a kettle in the kitchen. The Quooker tap is installed at the back of the worktop over the sink and cannot be pulled towards the front of the worktop. A kettle, once boiled, contains an average of between 1.1 and 1.7 litres of boiling water. If this is tipped over a person, particularly a young child, it can do serious, extensive and sometimes, sadly, permanent harm. The Quooker tap dispenses boiling water in a steady flow in a spray format. The aerated delivery allows you to pass a hand through the flow without scalding yourself. Naturally, you wouldn’t want to keep your hand in the flow of boiling water, but you’d snatch your hand away as soon as you felt the heat. What makes a huge and critical difference is that by comparison you may get a few drops of boiling water on your skin or clothing –you won’t be soaked by over a litre
of it.

Customers about Quooker taps

‘If you have clean,
filtered water coming
out of your tap, you want
to drink it all the time’

‘We’re not only
saving time,
we’re also saving
a lot of waste’