How it works
The Quooker system consists of a boiling water-tap on the worktop connected to a small tank in the kitchen cupboard. The water in the Quooker tank is heated to a temperature of 110°C. Consequently it is well boiled. This ensures that all bacteria are removed and it reduces the calcium level which helps, for example, to bring out the taste of tea. When you turn on the tap, the water cools off a bit so that it is still truly 100°C boiling when it flows from the tap.