With a Quooker in your home, you always have instant access to 100°C boiling water. And that's really useful. No more filling a pan or a kettle with water and having to wait – just boiling water from the tap within a second. And if you have it installed with a water softener, you'll never have to worry about scaling or scum ever again too.
The Quooker system consists of a small tank in the kitchen cupboard that is linked to the boiling water tap on the worktop. The tank acts like a vacuum flask connected to the water mains. The air in the insulated wall is so thin that the heat is unable to escape. It, therefore, takes very little energy (just 10 watts) to keep the water in the tank at 110°C. The water only starts to boil when the tap is turned on and the temperature of the outflowing water drops to 100°C. While the water is flowing out of the tap, freshwater is immediately flowing back into the tank.
Different types of storage tanks
Quooker has developed a range of different tanks: The PRO3 for instant boiling water and the COMBI for instant boiling water and hot water from a cold feed only. They all have the patented high-vacuum insulation, which keeps the water at the right temperature in an energy-efficient manner. The standby power consumption is as little as 3p per day.
Do you wait long periods of time for hot water to get to your kitchen sink tap?
If so, perhaps you would not only like boiling water but also hot water too?
If you need only boiling water, then the PRO3 (3 litres) is sufficient. But if you have a boiler that is more than six metres from your tap, the COMBI tank is the perfect choice for your kitchen. This produces boiling water (100°C), but also hot water (40-60°C), enabling you to save water and energy. No more waiting a long time for hot water to get to your kitchen sink.
100°C boiling, hot, cold… and now also cold filtered drinking water.
How to choose the right Quooker system for your home
1. Choose the correct tank.
2. Then choose the tap of your choice.
Quooker Combi Tank
Provides 7 litres of instant boiling water or 15 litres of hot water (60°C) all from a cold feed.
No more waiting for the hot water with the Quooker COMBI. Furthermore, it is the first 'boiler' with high-vacuum insulation. This makes it the most energy-efficient hot and boiling water provision for the kitchen.
- Tank height: 47 cm
- Tank diameter: 20 cm
- Total height requirement: 50 cm
- Volume 100°C: 7 litres
- Volume 60°C: 15 litres*
- Volume 40°C: 27 litres*
- Heating up time: 20 minutes*
- Standby power consumption: 10 W (3 pence per day)
- Energy label: A
- Mounting bracket available: yes
* These values are averages.
Note: If your hot water pressure is less than 2-bar you will need to select the Quooker Combi tank.
Quooker Fusion Square Taps
Hot, cold and boiling water comes out of a single tap with a square spout.
Boiling water tap and mixer tap are combined into the Fusion Square. Hot, cold and boiling water comes out of a single tap with a square spout.
- Height: 292mm
- Reach: 220mm
- Tap hole: Ø 35mm
- Radius: 360°
Features and Benefits
Like ER Longley Hydroworks, Quooker is a family run business, and also like ourselves, Quooker has a history that goes back to the very beginning of their industry.
Quooker developed the very first boiling water tap, which still is the only true 100-degree centigrade boiling water tap, and as a consequence it the only tap on the market that truly allows you to be rid of the energy-greedy kettle. Theirs really is the very finest in quality and performance. Watch the video of their boiling water journey here and see why when you choose a Quooker you are not just choosing a boiling water tap, but you are choosing the best.
Download the Quooker history booklet – The invention of the boiling water tap.