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Lincat pushes new water boiler addition

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The EB3FX/HC/PB has a narrow footprint of 250mm.

In response to customer demand and in preparation for the busy summer season, Lincat has added a combined water boiler and chiller, with push button operation, to its FilterFlow range of automatic water boilers.

Designed to produce a continuous supply of filtered hot and chilled water, the new EB3FX/HC/PB is said to be convenient and space saving. In terms of output, it can produce 28litres of hot and 12litres of chilled filtered water per hour.

With a narrow footprint of 250mm, it is suitable for where space is limited and for outlets of any size.

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Helen Applewhite, marketing manager of Lincat, explained: “Our combined FilterFlow water boiler and chiller is one of our most successful new products of recent times and it’s easy to see why. Most organisations need a continuous supply of hot, filtered water for great tasting drinks, and high-quality filtered chilled water, on tap, can eliminate the need to source and store bottled water.”

She continued: “But customers told us that they would like the option of push button operation, particularly for front of house and self-service use. We were happy to oblige and the great news for anyone preparing for the hot days ahead is that we are offering our new, enhanced boiler and chiller at the same price as the tap model it replaces.”

The EB3FX/HC/PB is part of Lincat’s latest generation of FilterFlow water boilers which are designed to be easier to use, cheaper to run and simpler to maintain than their predecessors. Like other models in the range, the EB3FX/HC/PB features colour touchscreen displays, longer life filters, improved diagnostics and energy saving features.

The temperature of the hot water can be adjusted, within the range of 70°C to 98°C, to suit requirements. As such, it provides the flexibility, for example, to offer green and white teas at 71°C, or hot water at 98°C for black tea and coffee.

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