Selecting the best water cooler and supplier

Selecting the best water cooler and supplier

When you a look at all the information and data that is available on the advantages of keeping your family, students or staff members correctly hydrated, you will soon realise the importance of selecting a water cooler that will be able to service all your needs.

The most important factor to consider when purchasing or installing a water cooler into your building is the quality of the service that your water supplier will provide you with. Water cooler and supply companies that have depots spread across the UK are more likely to ensure you will always get the service that you need in a fraction of the time. Ensure the supplier you choose has a large selection of water coolers so you can be sure to find one that is suited to your building and usage.

Schools and businesses are some of the fastest growing industry for water coolers as the great benefits of water is vital for learning students and business staff alike.

AquAid has a range of mains fed water coolers that they can install for you in no time. These water coolers are perfect for high traffic areas where a large quantity of water is consumed on a daily basis. The mains fed water coolers from AquAid will filter and clean your tap water to ensure that it is safe and at the same time it can cool or heat the water for you. For many companies and schools the quality of their drinking water is very important, and for that reason they use the bottled water from AquAid. Their water is naturally filtered and comes from the earth with no added chemicals or substances. These water bottles can be replaced when needed and with all the AquAid agents across the country you can rest assured that you will be able to get a replacement bottle of clean fresh water in less than 24 hours.

Water use during the Olympics

The London Olympics are now just a few days away and the anticipation is starting to show in the entire nation. The United Kingdom Olympic team has a very good change of walking away with one of the top spots for overall medal counts. However, have you ever thought of the logistics around an event of this magnitude, even for something as simple as just supplying water?

With over 14,000 athletes, referees, officials and coaches attending the event, the requirements, and needs of those individuals are extreme. If the athletes drink only three litres of water a day, which is normal for high performance individuals, then the water requirements for them will be 42,000 litres of water per day, or 714,000 over the seventeen days that the Olympics will be held. If they only used water bottles to quench their thirst, it would take almost a million bottles of 750ml bottles to keep them correctly hydrated. An even scarier thought is that the three major pools at the London Olympics will hold approximately 10 million litres of water. Fortunately, for the spectators and visitors that will be flocking to London for this amazing sporting event, companies like AquAid have taken the correct steps to ensure that all their customers will have sufficient water for the duration of this summer’s main sporting event.

They have a wide range of mains fed water cooler rental solutions on offer to their new and existing clients that will ensure that all their water needs are catered for. The mains fed water coolers filter and clean the mains water that every house delivers. This simple system ensures that there is no need to worry about water supply during the summer. This service will be vital for guesthouses, hotels, hostels and other accommodation venues across the UK.

According to the organisers, over 250, 000 rooms have been made available in the immediate vicinity of the main stadium alone.  If you are one of those new accommodation sites, ensure  you have clean, safe and cool water ready !

London Olympics

With the London 2012 summer Olympics only a few short weeks away, it is time to look at all the interesting statistics that surround this sporting spectacle. This event will be held in the United Kingdom for the third time, making London the first city to host the modern version of the sporting games.

The first Olympic Games in London were held in 1908 and originally it was scheduled for Rome, but the eruption of the Mount Vesuvius volcano caused the entire event to be moved. The United Kingdom’s team secured three times the amount of medals to the second place finishers, USA. 22 nations participated that year, this year 205 Olympic nations will be competing for sporting glory.

The second London Olympic Games took place in 1948, with 59 nations competing in 136 different events. This year there will only be 26 different sporting events. Many of these events, like the aquatic events, have many different distances and styles, but these are not counted as individual sports.

An estimated 14,000 athletes will be competing this year at the summer Olympic Games. The Olympic Village will be able to cater and feed 5,500 athletes at any given time during the event and will host the majority of the athletes during the games. The main Olympic stadium will have an 80’000 seater capacity to host the opening gala and all the main track and field events that will be one of the main highlights to the competition. A total of 8 million tickets will be for sale for all the Olympic events and a further 1.6 million tickets for the Paralympic events.

With the extremely large influx of visitors to London, it is no wonder that water coolers sales have sharply increased. Many of the 255,000 hotel rooms in London will be equipped with water coolers to provide tourists and athletes with the cleanest water possible. Fortunately, for many of these establishments, AquAid have made the necessary arrangements to ensure that they, and all their regular customers, will not have any delays with their water supplies during the London Olympics.