Published On: Thu, Mar 7th, 2019

Following are some of the factors worth considering before buying a water dispenser:

 

Type: It is important to figure out the basic requirements from the dispenser. There are many types of dispensers in the market like wall mounted, bottled dispenser, counter top, point of use, etc. Decide in advance whether you need a dispenser with refrigerator or a water cooler, a hot & cold or room temperature water dispenser.
Space: The amount of room available will decide whether you should buy a wall mounted dispenser or freestanding dispenser. Bottle-less hot and cold dispenser occupies less room and are quite sorted.
Capacity: If you want a dispenser for your office or for public use, go for one with large storage capacity so that you don’t have to refill it again and again. But if you want it to be installed at your home, a small storage will do.
Purification technique: Usually we need to place a filtered water bottle in dispenser manually but some dispensers come with filters. They have carbon-based filtration technique that removes particles and impurities from the water. Some have UV (Ultra- Violet) and RO (Reverse Osmosis) technique that acts as a filter. Gravity-based filtration and bacteria-proof filters are also available. We must ensure that the filtration technique used doesn’t remove the essential minerals from the water.
Maintenance: Dispensers with a body-type that needs less maintenance and are easy to clean have always been in great demand.
Filter: Always make sure that the water dispenser you buy comes with an internally fitted filter as you would not like to buy a dispenser that simply serves cool and hot water.

Safety-features: Dispensers come with a child – lock feature to prevent children from spilling water.

Price: The price of a water dispenser depends upon the features and brand. The more the features, the more is the price.

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