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Quooker is a family business based in Ridderkerk, Netherlands, founded by Henri Peteri in 1970. The Quooker was the very first boiling-water tap in the world. Inventions like the high-vacuum insulated tank, the all-in-one taps Quooker Fusion and Flex and the series of black boiling-water taps brought about a revolution in the kitchen. More than one million Quooker customers worldwide enjoy the convenience of boiling and filtered water directly from the tap. Today, Quooker is sold in more than 15 countries, has more than 40 patents and develops and produces in-house. The Quooker system consists of a tap on the kitchen worktop connected to a small tank located in the cabinet. You can choose between all-in-one taps or Twintaps with a separate mixer tap. The tank acts like a vacuum flask connected to the water mains. The Quooker tap dispenses boiling water: the water in the Quooker tank is heated to a temperature of 108 °C. When you use the tap, the water cools a little, but remains boiling when it comes out (at a temperature of 100 °C). As the water flows out of the tap, fresh water immediately flows into the tank. A special activated charcoal filter inside the tank further purifies the water. In addition to the boiling water tank, Quooker has also developed a system for filtered, fresh and sparkling water: the Quooker CUBE. The CUBE contains a hollow fibre filter and an activated carbon filter, which purifies the water. The CO₂ cylinder connected to the CUBE allows you to dispense 60 litres of cold sparkling water.

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