Hydration has never been easier with the innovative Zip tap. It dispenses filtered boiling, chilled and sparkling water from a single tap.
Designed and built in Australia, Zip’s underbench instant boiling and filtered drinking water systems are sold in over seventy countries.
With a range of modern designs and long-lasting finishes to suit any kitchen, Zip offers a tap that will perfectly complement your design.
Whether you are an avid entertainer or want to adopt healthy hydration habits in your workplace, Zip HydroTap is the world’s most advanced drinking water system. It combines state-of-the-art technology, MicroPurity filtration and timeless design to provide you with instant, filtered boiling, chilled and sparkling water all in one tap.
The first Zip innovation was a manually operated over-sink boiling water heater with a ready whistle that found favour in restaurant, cafe, factory and office kitchens from 1947. This was followed by Zip’s air-cooled, energy efficient Instant Boiling Water System which was introduced in 1996.
Today, with headquarters in Sydney and offices in Europe (UK) and New Zealand, Zip’s heating systems are specified in kitchens around the world. They’re renowned for their ease of use, advanced energy efficiency and advanced 0.2 micron filtration technology that delivers pure-tasting boiling and chilled water. Check out our quick ‘how-to’ videos to learn how to get the most from your new Zip HydroTap.
Choosing the Right Model
Whether you’re entertaining guests, making hot drinks, or adopting healthy hydration habits, Zip taps are the smart solution to your water needs. Designed in Australia, Zip water systems are crafted with innovative technology and timeless aesthetics. From sleek Cube models with gently squared corners to the elegant swan neck of Elite Plus, you’ll find a range of designs to suit your kitchen style.
All Zip models feature advanced MicroPurity filtration to reduce chlorine, sediment, limescale and unpleasant odours. Combined with power-saving technology, this delivers pure-tasting boiling and chilled filtered drinking water at the touch of a button.
Choosing the right model will come down to your capacity requirements and your personal preference. The two market leaders are Billi and Zip, which is why Appliances Online stocks a full range of both brands’ systems to ensure you’ll find the perfect one for your home or workplace.
Zip invented the first instant boiling water tap, dispensed at the touch of a button. By supplying boiling water only when it is needed, this system reduces energy usage and eliminates the waste caused by continually heating and re-heating cold tap water.
Today’s range of Zip HydroTap models offers instant filtered boiling, chilled and sparkling drinking water. All systems incorporate advanced 0.2 micron filter technology that removes odours, sediment and other impurities to provide great-tasting water for your health and wellbeing.
Zip Industries also markets a range of touch-free washroom products, including thermostatic mixing valves for hand-basins and showers, as well as smart infrared sensor taps for 100% touch-free operation. The company is a major sponsor of Sydney Festival, the Southern Hemisphere’s premier annual international arts event, involving musical, dance and theatrical performances staged at venues throughout Sydney each year.
Local engineers will service your zip tap and command centre every six months to ensure your drinking water is pure, fresh, and safe. Using Zip MicroPurity filtration, the unit removes organic contaminants and reduces offensive odours to deliver crystal clear drinking water.
With its renowned, world-class smart technology, the zip tap is irresistible and set to remain at the forefront of instant boiling water innovation in Australia and around the world. The tap is a single unit installed directly onto a countertop surface or over a sink.
Your zip tap will have a filter installed within the command centre cabinet, which can be accessed through an access door directly below or adjacent to where the unit is located. The frequency at which you need to change your filter will depend on your water quality and usage. The ‘change filter’ indicator will tell you when it is time to do so. You can also have your filters changed professionally as part of an ongoing service agreement.