King of Prussia, PA (March 3, 2014) – Quench, the largest independent provider of filtered drinking water coolers and ice dispensers in North America, announced that it has introduced the Quench 250 Water Deionization System. This state-of-the-art technology delivers ultra-pure water on-demand using a building’s existing water supply. It is particularly well-suited for settings where a ready supply of high purity water is required, like dental offices, optical labs, pharmacies, and food-processing operations.
“We are excited to add deionization to our product line,” said Todd Peterson, Quench Chief Operating Officer. “It offers a more reliable, cost-effective and convenient solution for delivering ultra-pure water than distilled water. The Quench 250 System can also be paired with a filtered water cooler to provide on-demand drinking water.”
The Quench 250 System is easily installed under the sink, requiring less than three square feet of under-counter space. It features a gooseneck spigot for easy filling of large containers. Like all Quench products, the Quench 250 Water Deionization System is a more environmentally friendly alternative to bottled water delivery.
Headquartered outside Philadelphia, Quench USA is a water technology company that designs, installs, leases, and services filtered water coolers (also known as “point-of-use” or “bottleless” water coolers) and ice dispensers. Quench is the largest independent provider in North America, serving more than 27,000 customers, including one-third of the Fortune 500. Quench systems purify tap water using state-of-the-art technology, providing a more cost-effective and environmentally-responsible solution than delivery of water in 5-gallon plastic jugs.