There are two types of water dispensers: Bottle-fed - As the name suggests, water is supplied through a bottle, which is usually located on top of the unit, and is a gravity-fed system. When the faucet is turned on, the water "drips" and passes through the filter system. On some models, this water bottle is hidden behind the panel, but on others, it is visible.
Mains-fed- Also known as plug-in water dispensers, these units draw water from rising mains. They cannot be used with systems where water is held in a tank before being fed through the system. Common in high-traffic areas, mains water dispensers are ideal for any workplace or public space.
The most basic water dispenser produces chilled or ambient water on demand. Ambient refers to "air temperature" as a better description is needed. Chilled or room temperature water is a personal preference, although chilled water is often required during hot summer months
Some water dispensers offer a third option: hot water. At the touch of a button, hot water suitable for tea and coffee temperature is provided. This makes it easier and more convenient for you to take a break with your favorite beer.
In addition to hot, ambient, and cold water, there is another option that many hotel customers find useful.
To understand the capacity of the water dispenser, you need to have a certain understanding of the usage level of the machine. For a water dispenser to offer a high level of convenience and dispense the cups you need, it must easily meet demand.
These units dispense clean water free of chemical residues, sediments, and aquatic bacteria. That's because when you press a button or turn on the faucet, the water goes through carbon filters and other cleaning processes to make sure the water you drink tastes great.