Water Cooler filters water from mains supply.

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Waterlogic 4 employs in-tank HC2P (High Cold Capacity Purification) technology, which can purify cold, ambient, and sparkling water. Available in freestanding or table top versions for workplace use, all models - Hot/Cold/Sparkling, Hot/Cold, Cold/Ambient, Cold/Sparkling, and Cold only - filter and purify water from mains supply to eliminate bottle waste. As safety feature, color-coded lighting illuminates dispensing area depending on selection as safety feature.



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Waterlogic Introduces the "Waterlogic 4" - Setting The New Benchmark in Point-of-Use ( Bottleless) Water Coolers



LONDON, December 15 --

- Stunning New Design and Cutting Edge Technologies Create Highest Standards Ever

Waterlogic today launched its striking new "Waterlogic 4" water cooler, significantly advancing the company's renowned product range and forever changing the way the world perceives water coolers. The new model combines unrivalled looks with the most impressive water dispensing technology and performance available to date. Delivering more than twice the quantity of cold water than other machines in its class, the patented in-tank HC2P (High Cold Capacity Purification) technology has the unprecedented capability to purify; cold, ambient and sparkling water. Just as email improved upon the fax, the Waterlogic 4 will drastically improve the way we drink water in the workplace.

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In order to create the new 4th generation Water-cooler, the design and R&D teams were simultaneously challenged to build the new "benchmark" in office water dispensers. The Waterlogic 4 is the inspired result, not only a technological showcase, featuring High Capacity Cold and Class "A" UV purification technologies but also a breakthrough in sophistication and design.

"The Waterlogic philosophy is about more than just any one of our advanced technologies - it is the endless pursuit of perfection and complete purity through intelligent design," comments Jeremy Ben-David, Waterlogic founder and Managing Director. "In this respect, our skill is not just in developing these cutting-edge technologies but in applying them to achieve real benefit for the user in an attractive package. And that's what our new Waterlogic 4 is all about. It truly is the new benchmark."

Combining functionality with sleek, intuitive design, the Waterlogic 4 features a simple, (almost iPod-like) user interface. When the desired water is selected, sensory "mood" lighting illuminates the dispensing area, blue for cold, and red indicating hot water as an additional safety feature but also enhancing the overall user experience.

As water is filtered and purified from the mains supply instead of from a bottle, the Waterlogic 4 is the answer for those concerned about the environment. By entirely eliminating plastic bottles and their associated environmental impact users are able to reduce their carbon footprint.

The Waterlogic 4 is available from January 2009 as a freestanding or table top version and is available in; Hot/Cold/Sparkling, Hot/Cold, Cold/Ambient, Cold/Sparkling and Cold only models.

Further details available on the company website at www.waterlogic.com.

About Waterlogic - Waterlogic is the leading global manufacturer and distributor of superior mains attached "Point of Use" (POU) water purifying and dispensing systems.

These incorporate carbon multi-filtration systems, In Tank UV technology and BioCote(R) antimicrobial protected parts to guarantee the highest levels of hygiene and quality.

As end-user organisations move to install POU systems in preference to other options (such as bottled water coolers) capitalising on benefits such as; environmental performance, water quality and taste, convenience, and cost savings, demand for Waterlogic machines is growing rapidly. Further information can be found at www.waterlogic.com.

About POU - Point of Use water dispensers are gaining in popularity because of their environmental, cost and usability benefits. By filtering and purifying mains water, the environmental impacts of bottled water are eliminated, and an endless supply of clean fresh water is provided.

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