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B9A Energy Star Hot & Cold Countertop Water Cooler

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B9A Energy Star Hot & Cold Countertop Water Cooler

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Clover B9A Energy Star Hot & Cold Countertop Water Cooler - White

From Clover, the B9A Hot & Cold Water Cooler (B9A) combines energy efficiency, quality construction and convenience, all in a sleek, slim design that fits right on the countertop. Housed in a UV-protected polyethylene cabinet, the B9A provides both hot and cold water (as cold as 36°F, or up to 185°F) on demand. The one-piece cabinet construction eliminates the problem of rust and corrosion in cracks or crevices, and makes for easy removal for cleaning and maintenance. Using the B9A water cooler in your home or at the office will save you money on bottled water, time when boiling water for cooking, reduce the unbelievable amount of plastic waste collecting in landfills, and since it is Energy Star qualified, conserve energy and contain your carbon footprint.

Designed with the user in mind, both spouts are located at an ideal (when placed atop a counter), eliminating the need to bend too far down to dispense water. Other convenient features include a removable drip tray, self closing faucets, and a large bottle opening that makes replacing bottles easier.

  • Stainless Steel Tanks:

    Both the hot and cold water tanks are constructed of hygienic stainless steel which is specifically designed to be contaminant-resistant and protect your health

  • Temperature Adjustment:

    Controlled by an adjustable thermostat, the cold water temperature can be set from around 35.6°F-53.6°F(2°C~12°C); the hot water temperature is automatically controlled (non-adjustable) to nearly 185°F(85°C)

  • ENERGY STAR® Rated:

    This appliance has earned an Energy Star rating, which means it meets strict energy-efficiency guidelines set by the EPA and U.S. Department of Energy

  • Water Delivery Rate:

    Measured in Gallons Per Hour (GPH), the cold water averages 0.6 gal of 50°F per hour, whereas the hot water averages about 2 gal of 185°F per hour