The New WPD 50: Kärcher Adds A Little Brother To The Family

new WPD 50Kärcher has expanded its range of water dispensers with the addition of the new WPD 50, a cost-effective and space-saving, mid-range model with an award winning design. The WPD 50 is aimed at small offices, kitchens, conference rooms and waiting rooms.

The WPD 50’s strength is in delivering high volumes of chilled and ambient water. In fact, it can deliver over 15 litres of chilled water per hour and 85 litres of filtered room temperature water, thereby meeting the needs of up to 35 people.

Touch sensitive buttons are integrated into the flat glass front, minimising the build-up of dirt and germs, and making cleaning and disinfecting easy. The new WPD 50 boasts a patented Kärcher filter that removes chlorine, heavy metals and residues from water, ensuring a high level of purity. On top of that, a UV lamp destroys any bacteria and viruses that get into the water whilst retaining those minerals and nutrients that possess health benefits. Depending on usage, the external surfaces can be cleaned daily and the internal technology can be sanitised with a special detergent every six months. This is more than enough to ensure that residues are reliably removed from those WPD 50 components that come into contact with water.

The new WPD 50: Refining drinking water at an affordable price

new WPD 50Tap water varies in quality, both in terms of taste and in the levels and types of residues. With Kärcher water dispensers, it is reliably filtered and refined. A further advantage is that the water from a WPD 50 costs only a fraction of that in bottles and dispensers. What’s more, once it’s installed, it requires practically no further maintenance.

Place it on a counter or choose the stand-alone version with a pedestal. Want to see it for yourself? Contact Kärcher’s Ronan Murphy, ronan.murphy@de.kaercher.com

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