Ultra-carbonated sparkling water, all the time
Mineralized alkaline water that balances the immune system
Advanced filtration tech that blocks all contaminants
Ultra Pure: No viruses. No contaminants. Just water.
Multiple Options: sparkling, alkaline, chilled, and boiling hot, all at the touch of a button.
Quick: Fill up your bottle in seconds.
Automatic: Let the water run and stop by itself once your bottle is full.
Adjustable: From ice cold to boiling hot, from super fizzy to a weak San Pellegrino.
Kid Safe: Child-proof safety mechanisms stop little ones from getting burned by hot water.
Energy Saving: when you're not using it, Drinkstation saves you energy by switching to stand-by mode automatically.
Healthy: Drinkstation is full of electrolytes and antioxidants, along with Alkaline water that neutralizes your body's pH.
Planet Friendly: Never use a plastic bottle again.
Time to fill one-liter bottle
Temperature Chilled Water
Temperature of Hot Water
Inlet Water Line (min-max)
Max Power Consumption
Working Room Temperature
Mineral Alkaline Capacity
Water Filter Capacity
Universal Countertop (UNCT)
Steel Mirror Finish Cabinet
20 gallons/hour (= 80 liters/hour)
SEC flash-immediate chilling (no tank)
Instantaneous (no carbonator)
3.5-3.9 (higher than Perrier®)
18 seconds (chilled)
25 liters per hour below 40°F
8oz mug every 2 min. above 185°F
45 psi – 80 psi at 41°F – 85°F
120V – 60Hz 1ph.
41°F – Max 95°F
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Reverse Osmosis System
1: What is a Sediment Filter of 5 Micron?
A 5-micron filter, for example, removes particles as small as 5 microns. Anything smaller passes through the pores. Sediment filters are the most common type of micron filter. Sediment filters are similar to screen doors that allow air in and keep bugs out, except the debris blocked by the filter is microscopic.
2: What is an Activated Carbon Block Filter?
Carbon block is mainly comprised of activated carbon granules and a binding agent that allows the carbon granules to maintain a static position relative to each other. Carbon block immobilizes carbon particles to promote uniformity of performance, stopping water from channeling, which is common with GAC. GAC typically is packed in a loose bed that is contained in an enclosed cartridge or pressure vessel. Water flows through the loose column of carbon, taking the path of least resistance. Carbon block is formed into a cartridge of predetermined dimensions. The use of end caps forces water to flow through the carbon block’s static pores.
3: What is a KDF Filter?
Kinetic Degradation Fluxion (KDF) is a high-purity copper-zinc formulation that uses a basic chemical process known as redox (oxidation/reduction) to remove chlorine, lead, mercury, iron, and hydrogen sulfide from water supplies.
4: How does a Reverse Osmosis System work?
Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a water treatment process that removes contaminants from water by using pressure to force water molecules through a semipermeable membrane. During this process, the contaminants are filtered out and flushed away, leaving clean, delicious drinking water.
5: What is an Absolute Purifier?
The term absolute means that no particle larger than that rating can pass through the filter, which limits the types of media to those with consistent pore size and ones that show a perfect retention of particles.