Boiling SystemsEveryone wants to save money, especially businesses and whilst every office needs a reliable source of boiling water to enable staff and visitors access to teas and coffees the cost of this can be high but easily reduced.
As an example, let’s say that a member of staff wants to make a hot drink for themselves or for a client. They boil the kettle and wait for it to boil with average preparation time per drink taking around 5 minutes to make. Typically, this routine is repeated three times a day equating to fifteen minutes for just one person drinking the national average of 3 cups per day meaning that tea or coffee has just cost your business productivity, not to mention electricity.
Before you ban kettles from kitchens there is a better solution - mains fed hot water boiler!
There are many advantages for boilers over kettles. Kettles are massively power hungry devices that waste a huge amount of energy, especially in an office environment often being switched on repeatedly during the course of a day.
Far better are water boilers that can actually save electricity and money through more efficient use of energy a water boiler offers a simple alternative to minimise staff down time/productivity.
Look at the below energy cost per use matrix and see how much money through energy reduction your company can save.
|How much you drink||Your costs waiting for your kettle to boil|
|10 staff, 40 mugs a day||£24.05/week|
|10 staff, 40 mugs a day||£1250.60/year|
|20 staff, 80 mugs a day||£2501.20/year|
|30 staff, 120 mugs a day||£3751.80/year|
|40 staff, 160 mugs a day||£5002.40/year|