Water Cooler Sanitization

Whether in an office or at home, an unsanitary water cooler can alter the taste of the dispensed water or even worse, cause sickness.
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Is your water cooler in need of sanitizing?

Bacteria and germs have plenty of opportunity to grow on things like o-rings, gaskets and seals which are within the cooler system. As well, taps and drip trays can become germ carriers from unwashed hands, airborne bacteria and refilled cups.

It is necessary to sanitize your cooler every 6-12 months depending on use.

Arrange a Sanitization

At World of Water

  • Professionally sanitize the spigots, water safe top, reservoir, and drip tray.
  • Visually inspect all components.
  • Wash and sanitize the exterior of the cooler.
  • Perform a full system flush.
  • Clean the compressor.

Our 25-point analysis includes

  • Examining the entire system.
  • Checking all electrical cords for cracks.
  • Removing, washing, and rinsing the water safe top.
  • Baffle removal and sterilization.
  • Digitally verify accuracy of cooling system.
  • Adjusting the thermostat if required.
  • Washing and sanitizing the entire cooler.
  • Emptying the reservoir.
  • Removing, washing and rinsing the drip tray.
  • Removing the taps and checking for algae and mildew.
  • Detaching and cleaning the cooling fins.
  • Removing the internal components from cabinet.
  • Dusting and washing the compressor, hoses and inside of the cabinet.
  • Re-attaching the cooling fins to the back of the cooler.
  • Disassembling taps and soaking in sterilizing solution.
  • Reassembling taps.
  • Filling reservoir with sanitizing solution. Flushing sanitization solution through the taps.
  • Filling reservoir with distilled water. Flushing distilled water through the taps.
  • Filling reservoir a second time with distilled water. Flushing distilled water through taps.
  • Replacing retaining ring.
  • Replacing the drip tray.
  • Tightening all screws and cables.
  • Testing unit for proper operation.
  • Covering water safe top and taps with plastic wrap.
  • Document date of cleaning.

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