AquAid Fusion Mains Fed Desktop Water Dispenser
The future is in the Fusion: a new, cost reducing Desktop Mains Fed water dispenser that offers both chilled and boiling water in one streamlined, modern machine.
This modern and stylish water dispenser complements most work areas, proving to be extremely popular in work environments of up to 10 – 15 people.
The dark graphite colour of the AquAid Fusion makes it suitable for use in any area whether in your office, kitchen or factory;
This innovative machine offers a host of features: a proven energy consumption reduction of 25%; an integral cup dispenser, and the Hygiene Guard silver impregnated dispense tap reduces bacteria transfer and cross contamination.
The Fusion Desktop Mains Fed water dispenser is also available as a Bottle Fed Free Standing and Mains Fed Free Standing water dispenser.
Best suited for installation in: Offices, Kitchens, Factory areas
- 18ℓ per hour cold water supply.
- Integral Cup Dispenser.
- Hygiene guard silver impregnated dispense tap reduces bacteria transfer.
- Dispenses up to 7 Cups of boiling water.
- The ECO Sensor reduces electricity usage by 25%, saving up to £40 per annum.
- Tamper and break resistant.
- Available as Free Standing and Desktop Bottle Fed and Mains Fed Free Standing water dispenser.
- Also available as a Cold-only version.
- Dispense Gap 165mm.
Dimensions – 460Hx340Wx340D (mm)
Weight – 15kg
Colour – Dark Graphite
As per the EDWCA guidelines, we sanitise all mains-fed water dispensers every 6 months. The service will be carried out by our EDWCA accredited service technicians and should take no longer than 20 minutes of your time.
There’s no need to call. For your peace of mind, machines are labelled with the date of their last sanitation and when the next one is due, we simply arrive to perform the service whenever it’s due.
AquAid supports both the Africa Trust and Christian Aid, donating a portion of the revenue from our water, water cooler and dispenser sales to these charities and in so doing continue to ensure those in need have potable water for life.
Calls may be recorded for training and monitoring purposes