Eau de Vie taps out in colour

The Eau de Vie Multitap Colour Collection range is available in 12 shades.

“Vibrant, fun and stylish,” is how filtered water system manufacturer, Eau de Vie, describes its new Multitap Colour Collection range, available in 12 shades.

The new range includes colours such as French blue, grape, lime green, chrome, matt black, gloss white, gloss black, glorious gold, weathered bronze, rose gold, super red and matt white.

The Multitap Colour Collection has been designed to complement any space and add a pop of colour for a modern design aspect that can be applied in both front of house and back of house areas.

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Following the launch of the Multitap in May 2015, the Colour Collection uses the same water filtration technology to provide fresh, filtered boiling and chilled water, both still and sparking, in a single dispense tap.

David Smithson, CEO of Eau de Vie, said: “The new Multitap Colour Collection offers operators colours and finishes which are as individual as the different businesses we have in the industry, and brings an element of fun to brighten up kitchen appliances.

“The multi colours also help to make the water systems really stand out, acting as a talking point for customers and staff alike, whilst also highlighting a business’ high-quality water provision.

“As well as being colourful, the Multitap utilises the very latest innovations in heat transference, as well as energy saving techniques, to be a truly green product.”

The internal set-up of the tap isolates the two water lines, ensuring that the cold water comes out chilled, while the hot is drawn at a temperature set by the customer to meet a particular need.

Incorporating a state-of-the-art heat exchange system, the tap captures heat generated during the chilling cycle, which would typically be wasted, recovering it to preheat the boiling water.

In addition, the single point dispense unit has an inbuilt 7 day time switch ensuring the system is running only when it is needed.

An energy saving stand-by mode can be selected to activate after a pre-set time of non-use, whereby the advanced water tap will power down to conserve power.

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