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Published on February 9th, 2017 | by The GC Team


HotSpot Titanium targets UK market

Manufacturer of the HotSpot Titanium 3-in-1 hot water tap is upping the brand’s presence in the UK market with former BLANCO Managing Director Ron Blount responsible for establishing a firm footing for the product range.

The tap is manufactured by Inventum, a Dutch company which claims more than 100 years of experience in the development and production of hot water and ventilation systems, and which operates in a number of industries including small domestic appliances.

The HotSpot Titanium is said to switch quickly and smoothly between cold, hot and boiling water and has the added benefits of sustainability and safety.

It incorporates a patented “Intelliprotect” safety system with electronic touch control and a choice of three safety levels.  The option to have a continuous flow of boiling water allows users to have both hands free for filling pots or cleaning.

As the product name suggests, titanium is used in the production. The water tank is made of this lightweight material, which is strong, easy to maintain and bacteria resistant. The unit comes in 4-litre or 8-litre sizes.

The tap is available in Chrome and Stainless Steel effect, with either a swan or drop neck, and is offered as a 3-in-1 unit (hot, cold & boiling water) or a Solo option (boiling water only).

According to Blount, end users of the product will be contacted direct to ensure they check the filters regularly.  “By doing so, they will be able to take advantage of our unconditional 5-year guarantee, and kitchen retailers will not have to worry about any after-sales issues,” he said.

An independent company will be handling the product servicing.



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