How does the Viva water cooler self clean?
Overview. The Viva Self Cleaning Stainless Steel water cooler has an automatic self cleaning system that’s injects unstable oxygen into the water cooler. This charged oxygen destroys bacteria on contact, preventing the bacteria biofilm buildup that occurs in regular coolers.
Do self cleaning water coolers work?
Many water coolers include a self-cleaning feature. But hold on a second, this doesn’t mean you don’t need to clean your water cooler – it merely means the inner tanks and tubings become sanitized by a self-cleaning feature. There are many ways that water coolers can self-clean – some more effective than others.
How do you clean a self cleaning water cooler?
Follow these steps to clean and disinfect your water cooler with your cleaning solution of choice.
- Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.
- Remove the water bottle.
- Remove the water guard.
- Clean the drip guard.
- Disinfect the reservoir.
- Rinse the reservoir.
- Replace parts and plug in.
- Clean the water drip tray.
Does a water cooler need to be cleaned?
The U.S. Department of Energy recommends cleaning the cooler with every change of the bottle, or every six weeks, whichever arrives first. Keeping the water clean is the most important part of maintaining your cooler. Fortunately, washing your dispenser requires only some time, water, and either bleach or vinegar.
Are water coolers energy efficient?
ENERGY STAR certified water coolers use about 22 percent less energy than conventional models. This difference could amount to an energy savings of over $95 over the life of the unit. Savings figures: ENERGY STAR certified water coolers are approximately 22 percent more energy efficient than standard models.
Are ozone self cleaning water coolers safe?
Ozone is a naturally occurring odorless, tasteless gas that can be used as a safe and powerful disinfectant – even more effective than chlorine!
How often should water dispenser be cleaned?
Every six months
Every six months should the point where any water dispenser clean should be deep and thorough. The best way to do this with any Thirsty Work cooler is to have it carried out by one of our fully-qualified engineers as part of your comprehensive service package.
Can water coolers make you sick?
Certain species of bacteria that are common in bottled water cooler dispensers can cause a person to contract Legionnaires’ disease, which causes flu-like symptoms and can eventually turn into pneumonia. Dirty office water has also been known to cause a non-fatal respiratory disease called Pontiac fever.
How often should you clean your water dispenser?
To be consistent with these good sanitation techniques, it is important that you periodically clean and sanitize your bottled water dispenser. Recommended frequency of cleaning is once every 3 to 6 months.
How often should I clean out my water cooler?
every 6-12 months
Generally, we recommend that you clean and sanitize your water cooler every 6-12 months. Cleaning a bottled water cooler is really pretty easy. Please read ALL the instructions before starting to clean your cooler. Make sure you follow the necessary precautions for a Hot & Cold Cooler.