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KettleTaps Blog

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  1. Water cooler and hot tap hygiene care in epidemic

    As we face more uncertain times with the rise in coronavirus cases we wait to hear from the government on new measures and guidelines to help halt the rise in Covid cases, and health and hygiene has never been so critical. Social distancing, wearing face masks and washing your hands regularly at home and in the workplace are essential steps...
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  2. Boiling hot taps for kitchens

    Boiling hot taps for kitchens
    Just like recent weather, the hottest piece of kit in the breakout space at work is the instant boiling hot tap! Your business can't afford the time or hidden costs to continuously re-boil and refill the kettle and wait, wait, wait while making the tea round. One KettleTap appliance does it all! Not only do these multi-function hot taps look...
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  3. Andy Patterson Joins WCD Group as Technical Support Manager

    Andy Patterson Joins WCD Group as Technical Support Manager
    The WCD Group is pleased to announce that Andy Patterson is joining as technical support manager to head up the technical team at the firm’s headquarters in Gloucestershire and also in the field. Andy brings a wealth of experience gained during his 23 years in the water heating industry where he worked in a variety of quality control, field service...
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  4. Quooker collection added to KettleTap portfolio

    Quooker collection added to KettleTap portfolio
    The WCD Group is pleased to announce a new supply partnership with Quooker® and is the latest dealer to add the 100 degrees C boiling hot tap collection to its KettleTap portfolio. Quooker is a family firm, based on enthusiasm and entrepreneurship and the pride of inventor of the boiling-water tap Henri Peteri, whose sons of Walter and Niels are...
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  5. Breathe better with a face mask

    Breathe better with a face mask
    Along with social distancing and regular hand washing, wearing a face mask is a critical component in reducing the spread of COVID-19. Masks may make it feel like it is more difficult to breathe. Some people worry it might lead to hypercapnia where there is too much carbon dioxide (CO2) in the bloodstream. Follow these top tips and you will find...
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  6. Why reusable bottles are better than plastic

    Why reusable bottles are better than plastic
    Wherever you’re going, whatever you’re doing, water fuels you. Pedal faster, feel the ache in your calves as you pound the streets or conquer your gym regime at home. Drink water to refresh and rehydrate even as you work from your home desk. Life runs on water, so drink in plenty by refilling a reusable. Here's why. Single-use plastic From...
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  7. How to care for your water cooler in corona virus lockdown

    How to care for your water cooler in corona virus lockdown
    It’s week eight of lockdown and most of us continue to work from home although some businesses are still operating at their premises. The majority of companies are preparing to return their teams to work in accordance with government guidelines. If your office has been closed, you will need to start preparing now to implement extremely high levels of hygiene...
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  8. Tips to stay healthy with good hydration

    Tips to stay healthy with good hydration
    Staying healthy is on all our minds right now and while most of us are self-isolating and working from home, hydration has never been so important to our feeling good and wellbeing. Topping up your hydration is vital to the way in which your body operates. Many of us are guilty of forgetting to drink enough water, but if you’re...
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  9. When is National Tea Day?

    When is National Tea Day?
    Held on 21st April every year, National Tea Day is the official day in the UK to celebrate our love of tea. This year marks National Tea Day’s 5th anniversary. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic most celebrations we will be hosted as virtual tea parties! In Britain we drink 165 million cups of tea a day. That is enough to fill about 20 Olympic...
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  10. Why tea is healthy and refreshing

    Why tea is healthy and refreshing
    Working from home in these tough times we are drinking tea by the gallon and not just ‘builder’s’ but the whole range of herbal and fruit infusions that are so popular.  We love tea whether it's to kick-start the working from home day, take five in a breakout moment or as our afternoon cuppa. The quintessential office tea round represents...
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