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New and improved hot water tank from InSinkErator

* Insinkerator.jpgInSinkErator has introduced the NeoTank, a new and improved hot water tank for the company's full range of steaming hot water taps.

Modelled on the previous hot water tank, the innovative NeoTank features a precise and adjustable thermostat, enabling users to set the desired temperature of the water between 88 and 98°C. The compact 2.5 litre tank takes up only a small amount of valuable, under-the-sink, cupboard space and the enhanced internal and external design ensures a quiet operation and increased product longevity.

With improved insulation and internal design, the NeoTank is 40% more energy efficient in stand-by mode, offering further energy saving benefits to the consumer. Finished in a contemporary white gloss, it features an electronic touch-panel display for ease-of-use when adjusting the thermostat.

"The new design offers longevity, improved performance and additional benefits to the consumer and is encased within a contemporary white gloss tank for added style," says Denise Lordache, marketing manager, Europe and Russia, InSinkErator. "The new NeoTank is easy to fit either as a new tank, or as a replacement, utilising the same fittings and connections as the current hot water tank, benefitting both our customers and installers."

An InSinkErator steaming hot water tap eliminates the time lost waiting for the kettle to boil, while the perfect amount of readily available steaming hot water contributes to countless other kitchen tasks. Replacing the kettle with an instant steaming hot water tap will not only reduce water wastage in the home, but can also help reduce the rising cost of utility bills.

www.insinkerator.co.uk

31st March 2017




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