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How to Install and Maintain a Bottle-Less Cooler



Bottle-less water coolers are becoming popular among homes and businesses seeking convenient hydration options. These coolers can provide clean, filtered water without the need for the heavy water bottles that traditional coolers use.


If you are considering purchasing a bottle-less cooler, here is a guide on installing and maintaining it for longevity:


Installation


Installing a bottle-less water cooler is a hassle-free process that anyone can do with minimal tools. The following steps can help streamline the process:


Choosing the Right Location: Place your bottle-less cooler on a level surface in a cool, dry place. Avoid keeping it in direct sunlight or near heat sources. It’s also vital to ensure enough space for the cooler and easy access for maintenance.


Water Supply Connection: These coolers have a water line connecting to a cold water source, like a kitchen faucet or refrigerator. While you could do this yourself, hiring a water cooler installer or plumber is better.


Testing Water Quality: Hire a certified technician to test the water quality and pressure to ensure optimal performance. This step is crucial, as it helps identify potential issues or necessary adjustments.


Plugging In: Plug your bottle-less cooler into a standard electrical outlet. Check for any visible damage to the cord and outlet before connecting. It’s also essential to allow the cooler to run for a few minutes before dispensing water.


Tips to Maintain the Cooler


Proper maintenance is vital to ensuring your bottle-less cooler operates efficiently for years to come. Here are some valuable tips for maintaining your cooler:


Cleaning and Sanitization

Regularly clean and sanitize the cooler to prevent dirt, mold, and bacteria buildup. It’s better to use a mild detergent and a soft cloth to clean the exterior. You can follow the manufacturer's guidelines for cleaning internal components. Pay special attention to the drip tray, faucets, and water dispensing area, as these are common spots for bacteria growth.


Clean the Drip Tray Regularly

The drip tray collects any water that spills or leaks from the cooler. It is vital to frequently empty and clean the drip tray to prevent mold growth. Wash the tray with warm, soapy water and dry it thoroughly before placing it back in the cooler.


Replace Filters on Schedule

Bottle-less coolers have filters that require periodic replacement. This ensures that the water dispensed remains clean and free from impurities. This way, you can ensure optimal cooler function by preventing water quality and clogs.


Avoid Damaging the Dispensing Area

The water dispensing area, including the faucets and buttons, should be handled with care. Avoid using excessive force when pressing buttons or operating the taps, as this can damage the internal mechanisms. Teach everyone using the cooler to be gentle and considerate to prolong its lifespan.


Protect from Physical Damage

Place your bottle-less cooler in an area where it's less likely to be bumped, knocked over, or subjected to physical damage. Accidents happen, but being mindful of their placement can prevent unintended damage that might affect their functionality.


Professional Servicing

While you can do basic maintenance, scheduling professional servicing at regular intervals is advisable. Certified technicians can conduct thorough checks, ensuring all components are functioning correctly. They can identify and address potential issues before they escalate, saving you from costly repairs in the future.


A professional service could help your bottle-less cooler last longer. That’s why you need a partner like McCowin Water. We have the largest selection of water softeners and conditioners. Our team of experienced professionals can offer installation, service, and maintenance support. Contact us today to learn more!

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