Quooker Hot Taps

Quooker is well on its way to conquering the world. Since it was invented in 1970, the boiling-water tap has become an indispensable tool in kitchens all over the world.

Boiling water always available. Especially useful from early in the morning to just before bedtime. Because you can do all this with a Quooker.

You’ll be surprised to discover how often you need boiling water during a day. You get up, and then? Coffee. Or tea. And if you’ve got time, a soft-boiled egg perhaps. Do you have small children? Then you’ll have to make up formula milk or porridge and sterilise the bottles. Again: boiling water.

During the day, there will be more coffee and tea moments, but you also use boiling water for household tasks. Cleaning that encrusted frying pan, for example. Removing candle wax from a holder.

At around four o’clock, you might feel like something savoury. With a Quooker, you can make an instant cup of soup or noodles in seconds. Then it’s time for your evening meal. From Moroccan couscous to old fashioned boiled spuds: you need boiling water for most of the meals we prepare in the kitchen. To cook pasta, potatoes, and rice. To make stock. But also to skin tomatoes, blanche spinach, soak raisins and poach fish. And what about warming the plates?

Imagine not having to fill a kettle with an estimated amount of water and wait until it boils. That saves an awful lot of time. Time you can use to chop your vegetables. Or pour a glass of wine!

Quooker Flex in Stainless Steel

A Quooker is energy efficient
Anyone who needs boiling water several times a day will not use more energy with a Quooker than with a kettle. The secret is tucked under the sink. Let us explain…

A Quooker consists of two parts: a boiling-water tap on top of the worktop and a small tank under it, in which the water is stored at a temperature of 110ºC. This tank is a kind of thermos flask that’s connected to the water mains. Thanks to the high-vacuum insulation, the heat can’t escape. That means that only very little energy (10 watts) is required to keep the water in the tank at boiling point. When you pour boiling water from the tap, fresh water immediately runs into the tank under the worktop. So all you have to do is top up the tank and reheat what you’ve effectively used.

You can choose from a number of different tanks. The COMBI tank even has Energy label A. It not only supplies boiling water, but also hot and cold water (40-60° C). When you use it as a kitchen boiler, you’ll never have to wait for hot water again!

Quooker Cube
With the new CUBE, you can now also dispense sparkling and chilled water from the Quooker tap.

The new function makes life in the kitchen even easier. It saves you time and space, it means you no longer need to use plastic bottles and it is completely safe. To dispense sparkling water, press and turn at the same time. The illuminated ring that turns red to indicate boiling water now flashes blue: sparkling water comes out of the tap. And if you hold down the button for slightly longer and then turn it, you get filtered water.

How does a Quooker work with CUBE?
The CUBE can be installed at the bottom of the kitchen cabinet next to the Quooker tank. It includes two filters that make the water just as pure as the bottled water you buy in the shop. The CUBE is attached to a CO2 cylinder that gives you 60 litres of sparkling water from your Quooker tap.

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