Item #: 177WB19L
Hot water is ready "on tap" with the Avantco 128 cup water boiler! This stainless steel tank heats and holds up to 19 liters or 5 gallon of hot water with a variable temperature control between 30 and 110 degrees Celsius so that the next cup of tea, hot chocolate, or cider is just a simple pull of the spigot away. This hot water dispenser features a double-wall stainless steel body with a 2-way, non-drip spigot to effortlessly offer hot water on demand while minimizing spills.
Ideal for catering events, hotels, offices, churches, and schools, this Avantco water boiler is a part of complete beverage service at smaller venues. The boiler's cool-touch handle and convenient locking system ensure your safe use and comfortable transport, making it an excellent addition to catering operations. Its heating and keep-warm light help you monitor temperatures, while its boil-dry protection fuse offers added safety. It requires a 120V connection to operate.
Width (including 2" for handles): 14"
Capacity (Liters): 19 liters
Capacity (Gallons): 5 gallon
I bought three of these items but I was pleasantly surprised they were larger than I expected I only need to. Now I have an extra for back up. Price is really too good to be true compared to the great quality. Very professional appearance.
The water boiler was shipped very fast. So far it heats up great. The capacity is just what we were looking for. Once we have used it for a while I may update my review on how long it lasts
This is a very good boiler for light use. if you have it running for hours a day every day, it will die. That kind of usage is too much for this unit and they might not honor the warranty.
The dispenser holds a very good amount of water and boils water quickly. Its also easy to understand how to use, which is a plus.
Very basic temperature controlled water boiler. I wish there was some other way to control the steam it exhausts while heating/maintaining temp, because we have to open the window to our tiny coffee cart to vent it out. It's cold in the winter, window's should stay closed.