Steaming Hot Water Taps
Once you have one, you’ll wonder how you ever did without an instant hot water tap from InSinkErator. No kettles, no leads, no clutter, no fuss... just near-boiling and cold filtered water at the flick of a lever. With their elegantly sleek lines, InSinkErator hot water taps bring style and convenience to the kitchen.
Relax, let an instant hot water tap do the work! You can make tea, coffee and other hot drinks. It’s perfect too for countless kitchen tasks, including: pasta and rice preparation, blanching vegetables, creating gravies and sauces, thawing frozen food, warming ice cream scoops, re-hydrating dried food and cleaning fruit and vegetables.
Practical uses include washing up, loosening stubborn jar lids, cleaning wax from candle holders, removing labels from containers for recycling, adding extra shine to silver and filling hot water bottles. When it comes to baby care, you can warm bottles and food and clean items without using harsh chemicals.
Every InSinkErator filtered hot water tap features an unobtrusive filter system under the sink that reduces chlorine, lead, turbidity and other unpleasant tastes and odours. The range also features additional scale reduction technology.
How’s this for steaming hot style? The new HC3300 is the very latest stylish addition to the InSinkErator range. Created to complement contemporary kitchen design, it dispenses both hot and cold filtered water but – uniquely – has just a single handle. The HC3300 benefits from a hot push-lever locking mechanism.
Turn on the style with the new H3300, a cool, contemporary addition to the InSinkErator range. At home in the most stylish modern kitchens, it dispenses steaming hot filtered water using a single handle lever action. The H3300 also benefits from a hot push-lever locking mechanism.
Offering both hot and cold filtered water from the same tap, the HC1100 can produce near-boiling water on tap, as well as safe, filtered cold drinking water on demand.
The GN1100 is ideal for making tea, preparing pasta, blanching vegetables, cleaning dishes – and a hundred other uses.