Zip Heaters started life over 60 years ago as a manufacturer of hot water heaters.
November 21st, 2008
In 1975 the company invented the concept of an instant boiling water heater to replace kettles and urns. Now, the company has a range of instant boiling and chilled filtered water systems and washroom products. Ideal for commercial, hospitality and residential use, Zip systems are time and space efficient and offer instant boiling or chilled filtered water at the touch of a tap. Zip products are available from appliance retailers and major plumbing and electrical wholesalers throughout Australia.
Zip HydroTap, Hydroboil, Autoboil, Econoboil, Chill Tap, Filter Tap, Chillmaster, Economaster, Chill Fountain, Wall Fountain, AquaSense and Sensor Tap touch free taps, Zip SuperDry hand dryers, Zip FlushMaster water saving urinal flushing systems, Zip flush valves. The terms Zip, HydroTap, Hydroboil, Econoboil, Chill Tap, AquaSense and FlushMaster are trade marks.
Zip, HydroTap, Hydroboil, Autoboil, Econoboil, Chillmaster, FlushMaster.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
Zip products are designed to minimise waste in terms of time, energy and natural resources. The company is committed to environmental responsibility with materials used in the manufacturing of Zip products chosen for their minimal impact on the environment.
Sydney Opera House, NSW; Parliament House, ACT; Aurora Place, NSW; Taipei 101, Taiwan; Swiss Re Buildings, London, UK; and the Singapore Opera House.
A range of service contracts including maintenance contracts, extended warranty services and filter change services. Zip also runs a professional training program for its installers Australia wide.
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