Redring turns up the heat with new Instant Boiling Water Tap

Consumers, renovators and installers needing instantaneous boiling water in kitchens and food preparation areas can now choose Redring’s new Instant Boiling Water Tap, developed as part of the company’s extensive new product range being rolled out this spring.

Supplying water at a temperature of 90 degrees Celsius, the unvented solution is ideal for use in kitchens and domestic environments due to its ability to supply a continuous flow of instantaneous boiling water at all times for hot drinks, preparing dishes or other tasks.

Insulated throughout, the 3 in 1 Instant Boiling Water Tap is designed to make the installation process as simple as possible for installers whilst cutting costs and minimising energy waste, as the tap eliminates the need for kettles which are often over filled and often need to be re-boiled, wasting time and energy.

The 3 in 1 tap is able to provide cold and hot water, just like any other mixer tap, as well as the boiling function and these three varied temperature options offer a great deal of flexibility for all cooking, beverage and cleaning tasks. A safety lock has also been incorporated to prevent boiling water being selected accidentally.

The Instant Boiling Water Tap is suitable for use in all UK premises with standard electricity hot and cold water supplies and is perfect for kitchen renovations or new installations.

Available to wholesalers from February 2015 at a highly competitive Trade price of £275.00, the Instant Boiling Water Tap is sure to be popular with plumbers and builder’s merchants, architects and the retail sector.

Steve Holton, Strategic Marketing Director for Redring, said:

“The Instant Boiling Water Tap puts an end to waiting for water to boil or running out of hot water just when you need it. The great thing about the solution is that the compact tank is installed underneath the sink out of sight in a cupboard and can hold a significant amount more water than a kettle at 2.3 litres, providing instant boiling water on demand.”

For more information on Redring Xpelair Group and its extensive range of water heating and ventilation solutions, visit the company’s website.