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The WL1000GF Max is able to satisfy high demand of cold water, even at peak times, dispensing high volumes of perfectly chilled water.
The gravity fed system makes this machine ideal for warehouses and gyms.
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Waterlogic’s UV technology uses an in-tank UV system to effectively remove waterborne micro-organisms to guarantee the best quality water. The recirculating cold water system ensures water is exposed to the in-tank UV light multiple times every hour.
The WL1000GF Max has a large chilled recirculating reservoir for high capacity cold water production. Its gravity fed design also allows for faster dispense times to keep up with high demand.
The WL1000GF Max key dispensing areas are infused with BioCote®, a silver ion additive that provides continuous antimicrobial protection against a broad spectrum of potentially harmful bacteria, mould and fungi, and reduce the risks of cross-contamination.
|Dimensions||380 mm (W) x 1140 mm (H) x 340 mm|
|Dispense area height||230 mm|
|Storage capacity||Chilled reservoir: 11.2 litres
Cold hybrid tank: 4 litres
Total cold capacity: 15.2 litres
Hot tank (500 Watt): 1.6 litres
85° C thermistor-controlled
|Pump recirculation||1 litre per minute|
|Water temperature settings||Cold: 3°/ 5°/7° C (default set at 5°C)
Hot: 80°/ 85°/ 93° C (default set at 85°C)
|Dispensing capacity (Cold)||8 litres per hour*
[*Drawing water continuously until the cold water dispensed rises by 5°C]