H2O-2500 | High Capacity Bottleless Water Cooler & Dispenser

With a 3 gallon cold water tank and 1.5 gallon hot tank, the H2O-2500 is a high capacity bottleless water cooler. Its' stunning design and feature-rich performance will provide clean, pure water in your choice of hot or cold.

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The H2O-2500 High Capacity Water Dispenser is sleek, sophisticated and completely reliable.

You'll indeed enjoy everything about the H2O-2500 high capacity water dispenser. Its sleek and sophisticated design adds beauty and elegance to any area including office break rooms, reception areas or kitchens. Because it has a large 3 gallon cold water tank it's an excellent choice for offices or other high traffic areas.  In addition an extra large 9" dispensing area makes the H2O-2500 ideal for sport bottles and coffee pots.  Surgical grade stainless steel tanks dispense both hot and cold water. In addition, an LG compressor and a built in leak detector complete the package.

Advanced Features of the H2O-2500 High Capacity Water Dispenser

  • Comes fully equipped with 4 stages of filtration
  • Includes installation hardware
  • This premium bottleless water cooler provides both hot and cold water
  • Your choice of filtration
  • Illuminated LED dispensing panel
  • Large 9" Opening - Easy for carafes, bottles & mugs
  • Includes a leak detector
  • Easy to use microprocessor control panel with adjustable cold temperature
  • Safety lock function for the hot water to prevent accidents
  • Cabinet is constructed of heavy duty ABS plastic
  • State-of-the-art LG compressor
  • Large 3 gallon cold water tank | 1.5 gallon hot water tank
  • Surgical grade stainless steel hot and cold tanks inside

Superior 4-Stage filtration process includes the following;

Stage 1 - 5 micron Sediment Filter - First of all, the sediment filter is at removing sand, silt, rust, and pipe turbidity. (replace every 6 months)

Stage 2 - 1 micron Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) Filter - Next, GAC is king when it comes to cleaning municipal water. Specifically, carbon media reduces chlorine, benzene, pesticides, and insecticides.  The carbon materials used in this filter are of the highest quality and are NSF certified. (replace every 6 months)

Option 1 - Stage 3 - 100 GPD RO Membrane -  Reverse Osmosis works by pushing water through a semi-permeable membrane at extremely high pressure. As a result, the water is crystal clear and free from impurities found in municipal water sources including salt, iron, fluoride, lead, bacteria & pharmaceuticals. Radio-active materials cannot withstand advanced filtration technology. Replace RO membranes every 24 months.

IMPORTANT - Coolers equipped with Reverse Osmosis require an outlet drain. The hot and cold tanks in bottleless water coolers with RO filtration take approximately 1-1/2 - 2 hours to fill from empty.

Option 2 - Stage 3 - Ultra-Filtration - Much like RO, the UF membrane will provide “absolute filtration”. It will even eliminate bacteria and viruses. UF is the best choice to remove heavy metals, and toxic particles, all while leaving “healthy” minerals such as salt, calcium, and magnesium behind. Replace the UF Membrane every 4-6 months.  NOTE:  This option does NOT require a drain.

Stage 4 - 0.5 micron Carbon Block Filter - Finally, carbon block technology removes 99% of chlorine, lead, and microbial cysts. In addition, carbon block removes bad tastes & odors, and provides delicious, and fresh tasting water. (replace every 6 months)

Optional UV Sanitizing

The FDA approves UV in POU water systems because ultraviolet light kills 99.9% of harmful bacteria. At 254 nm UV energy kills 99.9% of various microorganisms.  A quartz sleeve encases the UV lamp. As water flows through the chamber its exposed to UV.

NOTE -  If you have well water in a rural area, or live in a town or village that has uncertain chlorination, then the UV stage is recommended.  If your water is being supplied from a well or spring you should consider Ultraviolet. Or, if you're not sure that your municipality is sufficiently chlorinating the water supply, you may want to consider adding UV as a final stage in your purification process.

Additional information

Water Temperature

Cold Tank Size

3 Gallons

Cooler Height

48"

Dispensing Area Height

9"

Hot Tank Size

1.5 Gallons

Specifications of the H2O-2500 High Capacity Water Dispenser

Dimensions  14″ W x 15″ D x 48″ H
Dispensing Area Height 12″
Weight 78 lbs.
Cold Tank Capacity 3 gallons
Hot Tank Capacity 1.5 gallon
Cooling Rate 3.5 gal/hr, 37-50°F
Heating Rate 3.2 gal/hr, 186°F
Power 110V / 60 Hz
Cooling Power Consumption 100W
Heating Power Consumption 500W
Warranty 1 Year Cooler – 3 Year Compressor

International H2O | Replacement UF (Ultra Filtration) Membrane

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International H2O | Replacement 100 GPD RO Membrane

Replacement 100 GPD RO Membrane

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International H2O | Replacement UV Bulb for Bottleless Water Coolers

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Q: Hello. We recently purchased and received a H20-2500 and was looking to hook up a Keurig after the 4-stage filtration. Will running a second water line off after the 4th filter cause any problems or issues? Best regards, John
— Asked by John Walker on October 25, 2017
A: Yes... you can t-off the line and run purified water to a coffee maker without any issue.
— Pure n Natural Systems Inc.

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