Meet the Zip HydroTap Platinum Design Range – now available in 8 new premium finishes.
February 14th, 2017
Available in a striking array of premium finishes including rose gold, brushed rose gold, gold, brushed gold, platinum, gunmetal, brushed nickel and nickel – you’re bound to find the perfect fit for your home. The HydroTap design range is as innovative as it is elegant, supported by world-class technology that delivers instant boiling, chilled, sparkling water at the touch of a button.
Zip’s MicroPurity filtration produces crystal clear, pure tasting water free from odours and contamination. By expertly removing sediment and volatile organic compounds like lead and parasites such as cryptosporidium and giardia greater than 0.2 microns, the Zip range safeguard’s you and your family.
Zip delivers perfect boiling water with its patented PowerPulse™ technology. By delivering instantaneous small and effective energy bursts instead of overheating and cooling (which wastes energy and results in boiling water at inconsistent temperatures), Zip HydroTap ensures the perfect cup of tea, every time.
For deliciously chilled water, the Zip HydroTap Direct DryChilling system delivers advanced heat transfer capabilities using a lightweight aluminum MicroChannel Condenser. The water is rapidly cooled within the solid aluminum block and stainless steel coils of the evaporator system – so you can enjoy invigorating, refreshing water on the warmest of days.
Our chilled, crystal-clear water transforms into irresistible sparkling water with our bespoke ColdCore Compression technology. Zip’s smart shift in technology has resulted in chilled water being jetted into the centre of the solid aluminium block to produce irregular atomised particles. This enables better carbonation under pressure in the cold, turbulent environment for irresistibly lightly sparkling water for you to enjoy instantly.
INDESIGN is on instagram
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
How do our universities cater to education’s ‘new consumers’? That is 21st century students – new age info-natives who study, socialise and ‘hang’ in the spaces in-between home and the lecture theatre. RMIT’s New Academic Street is a radical re-make of a rapidly ageing campus, addressing changing student needs with a complex design scheme that puts the emphasis on technology and study.