Hot and Cold Water Dispenser and Coolers

Innovative bottled water cooler
with a sleek, modern design

The Culligan Hot and Cold Water Dispenser and Coolers provide tastier, cleaner water in your glass straight from the water bottle.

Enjoy filtered steamy hot or chilled water from our energy-efficient, low-maintenance water cooler.

Our bottom-load design eliminates the hassle of lifting heavy bottles. You can select hot, cold or room temperature water at the touch of a button
and the compact design will fit into any space.

Simply put, Culligan Hot and Cold Water Dispensers provide you with better drinking water.

Culligan Hot and Cold Water Dispenser and Coolers come in various styles and offer many benefits, so you can choose the perfect one for you and your family.

Benefits of Culligan Hot and Cold Water Dispensers and Coolers

  • By providing hot and cold settings, the filtered water in your water bottle travels through the water dispenser to provide water at your desired temperature - cold or hot
  • Water dispensers take up less than one square foot of space so you are able to place them wherever it best serves your family or employees
  • Culligan water dispensers come in many different styles, so no matter where you place it, your water dispenser will fit in with your décor
  • Culligan offers several energy-efficient water dispensers
  • Once your water dispenser is installed, your Culligan Man can stop by your home or office to periodically clean and sanitize it to ensure you are receiving better water and to lengthen the lifespan of your unit

Specifications of the Culligan Hot and Cold Water Dispensers

  • 3- or 5-gallon water bottles are mounted under the dispenser
  • Easily convertible to a bottle-free cooler
  • 2.0 Gallons per hour cooling capacity at 43°F-50°F
  • 2.0 Gallons per hour heating capacity
  • Temperature range 165°F-194°F
  • Large 13-inch dispensing area
  • Empty bottle warning light
  • ENERGY STAR rated
  • Certified by the Underwriter Laboratories, a global safety certification company
  • Motorized pistons provide more reliability than rotary valve systems
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