Plus mixer giving controlled flow of hot and cold water.
Swivel spout covers two sinks.
Red light shows boiling is ready.
Blue light shows chilled is ready.
Fingertip control for filling cups.
Hands-free filling for large pots.
Safety lock requires finger/thumb
Operation to access boiling water
Light shows safety lock activated.
Boiling water can be locked ‘off’.
Precise boiling temperature control.
Sleeps when unused for 2 hours (choice of power down or power off).
Light shows when in sleep mode.
Finger-touch wakes from sleep mode.
Programmable 24/7 timer cuts off power when kitchen is unoccupied.
Air cooled system, not water cooled (does not dump water to waste).
Superior sub-micron water filter.
Boiling filtered water always on tap for tea, coffee, hot drinks and cooking.
Chilled filtered water always on tap for great-tasting, healthier drinking.
Hot water on tap, for plate rinsing.
Cold water on tap, for rinsing foods.
Eliminates kettles and kettle cords.
Energy-efficient, reduces power costs.
Vented model mixes boiling and cold water to give hot water (no hot water service connection is required).
Non-vented model can be connected to a mains-pressure hot water service (for a higher volume of hot water).
Finish: bright chrome.
Zip Heaters | Instant Boiling Water Heaters
Zip Heaters was the first in the world to develop and market a range of small instant boiling water heaters, storing water at boiling point ready for instant use.
Zip instant boiling water heaters save time, because there is no waiting for water to boil, save energy, because they are far more energy efficient than any kettle, and save money, due to advanced technology minimizing power consumption.
Today, Australian designed and Australian made Zip instant boiling water systems of many kinds are used daily around the world by millions of people and are exported from Australia to meet demand in more than sixty countries.
Zip is a long-established Australian company operating under the same ownership since 1962, with wholly owned subsidiaries in the United Kingdom and New Zealand, a joint venture manufacturing and marketing operation in South Africa, plus distributors covering Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Cyprus, Philippines, Middle East and China.