Quooker Boiling Water Taps

Quooker, manufacturers of boiling water taps since 1970.

Quooker Boiling Water Tap

What started in 1970 as a simple yet revolutionary idea by Henri Peteri, the inventor of the boiling water tap, is now a reality for hundreds of thousands of users worldwide. They enjoy the benefits of having instant boiling water direct from the tap and the time that it saves. 

With a Quooker boiling water tap in your home, you have the convenience of being able to get 100 degree water in an instant, straight from the tap as well as providing a safe and sustainable option for the kitchen while saving space on your worktop. 

How does the boiling water tap work? 

The Quooker systems consists of a small tank in the kitchen cupboard that is linked to the boiling water tap on the worktop. The tank acts like a vacuum flask connected to the water mains. With a thin wall of air in the insulted wall that stops the heat from escaping as a result just 10 watts is used to keep the water at 110 degrees. The water only starts to boil when the tap is running and the temperature of the outflowing water drops to below 100 degrees. 

Why choose Quooker?

Real Quooker taps

  • provide true boiling water at 100 degrees
  • give filtered water
  • use less energy (Energy label A for COMBI)
  • are safer to use
  • have a compact tank
  • last longer, because the tanks can be opened, enabling them to be cleaned from time to time
  • can be connected to a hot water pipes

Quooker invented the boiling water tap as a result; they are constantly developing new technical innovations for the product. With a Quooker tap in your home, you can relax in the knowledge that one of the true leaders in boiling water taps has manufactured it. 

  • Quooker Fresh Water
  • Quooker Pasta
  • Quooker Safe Boiling Water Tap
  • Quooker Save Time

For more information visit our flagship Kitchen & Bathroom Showroom in Aylesbury.

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