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Bottleless Water Cooler and Office Water Dispenser in New Jersey
Water dispenser technology is one of the most important and integral parts of an office. Having a good water cooler can play a vital role in the satisfaction of your employees and provide your office with clean drinking water that’s fresh, cold, and contaminant-free. But water cooler technology has changed drastically in the last decade, making office water dispensers cleaner and more efficient.
At Document Solutions, we’ve stayed current on the latest innovations in water cooler technology to provide businesses in New Jersey with the best-filtered water cooler and water cooler rentals in the area: The Pure Water system! Working with your needs and your budget, we help you find the best bottleless water cooler that provides your office with the clean water you deserve.
3 REASONS TO MAKE THE SWITCH TO A BOTTLELESS WATER DISPENSER SYSTEM
CLEAN, PURE WATER
Multi-stage purification process including ozone disinfection removes 96% of total dissolved solids, organics (PCBs, chlorine, pharmaceuticals) and potentially harmful bacteria & viruses.
Stainless-steel holding tank is auto-sanitized daily eliminating bacteria, viruses and odor — all of which can grow rapidly within 5-gallon bottle/traditional open-air delivery systems.
EFFICIENCY & PRODUCTIVITY
Eliminate time wasted with bottled water coolers — no more storing, spilling or lifting of 5-gallon bottles (42 lbs).
No more weekly or monthly disruption of the workplace for deliveries of 5-gallon bottles.
Large dispense area and drip tray is perfect for all size containers — keeping your workplace clean of spillage.
HEALTHY FOR EMPLOYEES
CleanContactTM anti-microbial touchpad and surrounding surfaces protect against cross-contamination of germs within your workplace.
GO GREEN! 3i eliminates the carbon footprint of manufacturing and transporting 5-gallon plastic bottles.
Continuous flow of cold and hot pure water with adjustable temperature control specific to your employee needs.
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