If you’re looking into water dispensers for your home or workspace, a bottom-loading system is a great way to go. Not only do these dispensers look sleeker and more integrated than traditional water coolers, but they also remove many of the drawbacks of top-loading designs. With easy loading and installation, less spilling, and no more back strain, what’s not to like?

Top Bottom Loading Dispenser

LeMuna Water Dispenser- Bottom Loading Water Cooler for 3 or 5 Gallon Bottle with Hot Cold and Normal Temperature Settings, Energy Star/ETL Approved, Child Safety Lock and Removable Drip Tray, Stainless Steel & Black
  • BOTTOM-LOAD WATER COOLER - With Lemuna bottom loading water dispenser, you can easily refill your water cooler with 3 or 5 gallon water bottle , even you are a girl. You’ll always have ready to drink clean water anytime.Easy botom loading design eliminates lifting and flipping while loading water. Bottles are concealed inside the cabinet for a clean look. No plumbing required!
  • THREE WATER TEMPERATURE SETTINGS - Serves you with cool, normal and hot water that dispenses in 3 different water spouts for simultaneous use.Our Water Dispenser will let you relax with a cool drink on a hot day and warms you up with a hot cup of coffee or tea when the weather turns cold. The water can be cooled to ≤50 ° F or heated to 194° F. To dispense water, simply press the dispensing button of the water temperature you desire
  • CHILD SAFETY LOCK FEATURE - You don?t have to be frightened about any safety risk from the water dispenser to your children. The water dispenser comes with a very user-friendly security lock on the hot water tap to prevent accidental burns to your children.
  • FOR 3 TO 5 GALLON BOTTLE WATER DISPENSER - Stylish water cooler with stainless steel door adds a modern touch to every water cooler conversation and parties. Measures just 40.9 x 14.2 x 12.2 inches to fit any space in your home, office or gym. At the bottom of the dispensing spout is a large removable drip tray to catch water spills.
  • 1-YEAR WARRANTY GUARANTEE - 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee. If you are not happy with our water dispenser,please contact us directly and our service team will do our best to provide you with satisfactory after-sales service.

Why bottom loading over top-loading?

  • Top loading water dispensers and coolers can be annoyingly difficult to refill. This is especially true for dispensers with larger reservoirs, or for the shorter among us! On a serious note, lifting a five-gallon jug from the ground to shoulder height can spell back issues when done incorrectly, so bottom-loading is a real benefit here.

  • Bottom loading water dispensers often use the same bottled water jugs as top loading systems, meaning there should be no issue with sourcing water.

  • Storing the water reservoir at the bottom of the appliance allows manufacturers to add neat concealment designs to their products. This can significantly improve the look of many dispensers, making them easier to integrate into a kitchen and more appropriate for home use.

  • Aside from the aesthetic design, the only major difference between most bottom and top-loading dispensers is the mechanism for drawing water from the reservoir. Whereas top-loading systems generally use gravity and vacuum methods, bottom loading dispensers usually include a water pump, which draws water up into the cooling/heating tank.

  • Because bottom-loading dispensers have a lower center of gravity and more economical shape, they’re usually smaller and more compact than top-loaders. Therefore, they can fit into a greater variety of spaces.

FAQs

Standard water dispensers will not filter water, as they’re designed to be used with pre-treated water or disposable jugs. That said, more and more hybrid dispenser designs are emerging on the market, which are capable of filtering water for taste and safety, before cooling or heating it.

Home water dispensers come in a greater variety of designs and sizes. This includes countertop models, which have smaller, family-sized reservoirs, or may even integrate with your kitchen plumbing.

For many workspaces, a water cooler is a simple, cost-effective, and efficient way of providing good quality water for a large number of people. Others use a dispenser because they feel they can’t trust their tap supply. This might be due to environmental factors such as flooding, or specific issues such as deteriorated pipes.

Water dispensers are also regarded by many as an effective way to encourage positive dietary routines—both by making water more accessible and palatable, and by providing an alternative to sodas and sugary drinks.

Most dispenser reservoirs are sealed, single-use, disposable jugs, meaning that they are highly sanitary. Where concerns about hygiene do emerge, they’re often focused on a dispenser’s spouts—this being the regular point of contact for users.

Any surface touched by a large number of people presents a potential infection risk, and with dispenser taps and sprouts being so close to the water stream, it’s reasonable to wonder about possible contamination.

In fact, a study of household surfaces by the internationally-recognized NSF found that refrigerator water dispensers were among the top sources of germs in a kitchen, underlining the need to regularly sanitize points of frequent contact.