Water Cooler Dispenser: Hot & Cold
Reverse Osmosis Systems

Hydra Quest UV HRO-250

A Complete 5-Stage Water PurificationSystem
(Hot & Cold)

Outstanding Performance

Water cooler dispenser with 5 Five Stage Purification Process: Sediment, Pre-Carbon, Reverse Osmosis, Post-Carbon and in the last stage the water flows through a stainless steel cylinder with Ultra-Violet Light in the center of it to kill and eliminate any micro-organisms, parasites, viruses, bio-film or bacteria that are too small to be filtered. The Result: Safe Pure Water!

These Reverse Osmosis Systems can produce 75 Gallons of Purified water daily with no interruptions. The system has a 6.6 Gallon storage reservoir capacity in addition to the Hot and Cold tanks. The system can be equipped with a demand pump so pure water can be delivered to coffee makers and certain ice machines. Pure Water delivered to where you need it, without worrying about running out of drinking water.

Water Cooler Dispenser Offers Improved Reliability

The HydraQuest UV 250-HRO water cooler dispenser includes simple, reliable spigot dispensing, no confusing spigots or buttons. Spigots are easily accessible with one hand push in dispensing. Spigots are designed so you can easily refill sports bottles. Child Proof Hot-Tap is installed so someone could not access the Hot water accidentally.

Reverse Osmosis Systems Produce Pure Water On-Site!

No bottles to deal with!
No Back Injuries from lifting Heavy bottles!
No Bio-film / Slime in the cooler, Self-Sanitizing System Using Ultra-Violet Light to Disinfect the water!

Reverse Osmosis

HRO-250 Description:
Hot &Cold (Hot water
safety spigot)

Electrical Rating:
100-127V 50/60Hz

Inches - 13.5 x 17.5
x 49.25

Dimension (WxDxH):
MM - 343 x 444 x 1250

Reservoir Capacity:
6.6 gallons (25 liters)

Hot Tank Capacity:
0.8 gallons (3 liters)

Cold Tank Capacity:
1.3 gallons (5 liters)

75 GPD (284 LPD)
R/O membrane with
booster pump

74 lbs (34 kg)

Filtration Stages

  1. Sediment Pre-Filter:
    Removes suspended particles from the water by trapping them in the filter. The size of the particles retain by the filter depends on the micron rating of the filter. For example, a 5-micron filter will usually remove 90% of all particles larger than 5 microns.

  2. Carbon Pre-Filter:
    Removes chlorine and organic chemicals from the water. This prevents the chlorine present in tap water from damaging other components in the water treatment system. It also improves the taste of the water and removes odors.

  3. Membrane:
    Removes bacteria, viruses and minute particles by trapping them in the filter. Ultrafilters do not remove dissolved minerals and salts, but they do remove most other contaminants.

  4. Post Carbon:
    Removes taste, odor and organics that may have contaminated the water after the membrane.

  5. Ultraviolet (UV) Process:
    Destroys the reproductive capabilities of bacteria and viruses by exposing them to ultraviolet radiation. When water is treated properly with UV light, it is often considered germ free.
Water Bottles can cause injuries.