What is a Quooker? General

The Quooker system consists of a boiling water-tap on the worktop linked to a small tank in the kitchen cabinet. The water in the Quooker tank is heated to a temperature of 108°C. Consequently it is well boiled. This ensures that all bacteria are removed and it reduces the calcium level which helps, for example, to bring out the taste of tea.

A special active carbon filter inside the tank further purifies the water. When you turn on the tap, the water cools off a bit so that it is still truly boiling when it flows from the tap (100°C).