- A boiling water tap is a much more permanent addition to your kitchen than a conventional kettle or plug-in hot water dispenser, as it needs to be plumbed in alongside or instead of your standard kitchen sink taps.
- Why consider installing a boiling water tap? The main advantage is that they provide hot water much more quickly and easily than a kettle. They also make it much easier to add just the amount of water you need – you simply keep the tap on until your mug or pan is full, and no further – so there shouldn’t be any wasted water. Manufacturers claim that boiling water taps use much less energy and water than a kettle and therefore cost less. Quooker says that its taps cost 3p per day when on standby. This is comparable with the cost of boiling a litre of water twice a day in kettle – although bear in mind that if you use your Quooker at least once during the day, it would cost more than 3p.
Boiling Hot Water Tap
GROHE Blue Chilled & Sparkling combines the modern look of a designer tap with a high-performance filter, cooler and carbonator – and is as easy to use as an ordinary kitchen tap. The right lever on the tap is used to mix hot and cold tap water as usual. The left rotary knob with integrated coloured LED display regulates the carbonic acid content of the filtered and cooled water. Finished in GROHE StarLight chrome, the tap has separate internal waterways – one for filtered water and the other for unfiltered water.
GROHE Red’s innovative technology means never having to wait for the comfort of a cup of tea again. Or for dinner. And less time spent waiting means less energy spent heating as well. So take time to enjoy, not to boil.Our GROHE Red taps are the perfect symbiosis of form and function, designed to receive a host of compliments. To ensure that your tap harmonises with the rest of your kitchen, you can select from a number of beautiful styles. There are three timeless and elegant options: the L, C and U-shaped spouts, available in two stylish finishes.
The tap that immediately dispenses boiling water. Tap on the worktop, tank underneath. A 100% Dutch invention taking over the world. You can choose between a separate boiling water tap with accompanying mixer tap, or the Quooker Flex or Fusion: a single tap for hot, cold and boiling water.