Commercial Water Dispenser is a device that can raise or lower the temperature of bottled purified water (or mineral water) and make it easier for people to drink. Put the bottled water on the top of the machine and use it with the bottled water.
Commercial Water Dispenser for water dispenser suppliers can be divided into three types: warm water, ice hot, and ice warm water. Ice-hot Commercial Water Dispenser can be divided into two types: semiconductor refrigerated water dispenser and compressor refrigerated water dispenser.
Put the bottled water on the top of the machine and use it with the bottled water. Bottled water dispensers appeared before the middle of the 20th century. This Commercial Water Dispenser is designed as a special connector on the top of the body, which is used to place the bucket upside down. The latest foreign Commercial Water Dispenser puts bottled water in the lower part of the machine, which is sucked in by a suction pump. This method is safer and more hygienic than the traditional Commercial Water Dispenser. Due to the different water dispensers, there are many specifications of the bucket.
In the United States and China, most use 5-gallon drums, while the standard specification in other countries or regions is 18.9 liters.
Bottled water refers to pure water or mineral water produced by tap water or groundwater extraction, and processed by modern industrial technology (reverse osmosis, electrodialysis, distillation, resin softening, etc.), and filled into PC barrels through a filling production line.
Bottled water is pure water, mineral water and mineral water (made by manually adding minerals to pure water), etc.
There are many types of bottled water on the market, including pure water, mountain spring water, mineral water, mineralized water, active water, ionized water, and so on. Due to different water sources and production processes, the types and contents of trace elements are also different. Different types of bottled water are also very different. Some bottled water sources are natural groundwater, such as mineral water and mountain spring water. Some are urban tap water, which is processed into bottled water, such as purified water, distilled water, and ionized water.