The WL-250 Tower

untitled-1A Fresh Approach and New Look – The Waterlogic WL-250™ Tower brings a unique, fresh approach, and a new look, to point-of-use systems in the marketplace. Unlike a bottled water cooler, incoming tap water is treated as it’s needed, so the water is always fresh and great tasting.

The Waterlogic WL-250™ Tower has a cooling capacity that surpasses that of the ordinary bottled water cooler, so you are sure to get a cold, refreshing serving of drinking water every time. ITS™ Controls Bacteria – The Waterlogic WL-250™ Tower is also equipped with ITS™ (In-Tank Sanitization). This feature utilizes ultraviolet light as an effective method to prevent the potential for biofilm (slime) buildup in the storage tank after chlorine has been reduced through carbon filtration.

Ultraviolet technology also helps reduce any heterotrophic bacteria that may occur in drinking water. This reduces the need for preventative maintenance and improves drinking water quality. The WL-250™ treatment process includes Sediment Filtration (EV9600-00) reducing particles as small as half micron in size. Half micron filtration traps contaminants and reduce chlorine & organic contaminants.

Certifications & Specifications

Filteration

The Waterlogic WL-250™ Tower uses an ANSI Standards 42 and 43 certified filter that delivers premium quality water for cold cup vending applications.

BioCote

BioCote™ is incorporated into Leslie WaterWorks® Waterlogic® water treatment systems during the manufacturing process, creating a concentration of silver ions on the product’s surface.

UV Technology

ITS™ (In-Tank Sanitization) UV Technology is at the heart of the Waterlogic WL-250™ Tower treatment process.

Drink only Certified

Water is the most consumed food & beverage product. Yet it is the least certified. The meat, seafood, dairy and many of the grocery products we consume are subject to strict food safety guidelines, inspection and standards. Even though the same rigorous controls should be expected of water, a surprising number of under certified, low quality water coolers make it into the market.