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Best Cooler Dispenser For Bulgarian Festival


You are among the organizers of the Bulgarian Festival; your guests must have not only clean but also safe water for drinking. The best way to achieve this objective is by investing in a cool dispenser to provide either hot or cold water for your attendees. This will give the guests options on whatever temperature they will need for water without much hassle. Most of the bacterial infections that come from water are important to get a cooler dispenser for reducing bacteria. How then should you choose the best cooler dispenser for this function?

Low and high temperatures

What is the temperature level that you need for this dispenser? There are two buttons on the dispenser. The one in red Is always of high temperature while the one in blue color is cold temperature. To get the extreme cold temperature you must have an inbuilt coolant on the dispenser otherwise you will only have lukewarm water.

Capacity

The larger the capacity the higher the cost. This is a festival and you have no time to keep on changing the bottles yet there is a need to have a constant supply of water throughout the period. You need to invest in a cooler with a high capacity to serve your guests with minimal effort. You can also have many of them at strategic points to avoid congestion at one water point.

 Source of power

Most of the cool dispensers use electricity as the main source of power. You can only get a cool dispenser when the area is powered or rather has a power back up plan, otherwise you may only have water with normal temperatures.

Purification systems

Bottled water is among the safest water than well waters. You have to understand the mechanism that the dispenser uses when it comes to purification such that there is no room for impurities and toxins to the water for your guests.

Storage cups and holders

The moment you supply a cool dispenser you need to have disposable cups. This is a public function; you do not expect people to know where you get cups. It is vital to have a cool dispenser that has cup holders for convenience and also a bin near it to dispose of the cups to avoid sharing which may have a health challenge. You can never trust everyone’s mouth.

Safer faucet for hot water

You cannot miss children at a Bulgarian festival. This is a feature that you need to highly consider to avoid accidents for curious children when handling hot water. This means that it is only the adults that will handle the hot water point to make sure everyone is free from any form of accidents.

Refillable bottles

You have to make sure that the bottles are available for refill. The power of a dispenser is its ability to have water all the time throughout the function. In case they are not readily available then you need to purchase them in bulk and have as stock to keep guests happy and comfortable throughout their stay there.

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