Our water vending machines are
quite simply the best available.
Most other water vending machines
use 10 - 15 year-old technology from obsolete
cigarette or pop machines. Using this old technology
requires the use of 4 different control boards with over 150, yes
count them, over 150 wire connections. Building machines like this
creates the need for many more, different and unnecessary
components. More components add cost and significantly detract from
In the event you have a problem, where do
you start to look for the problem? The companies that sell you
"their" vending machines, actually only assemble their machines
using electronic components purchased from other
suppliers. When you have a problem, you will have to try and
identify which control board is the source of the problem. You
then have to ship the board to the vending machine manufacturer, who
in turn may have to ship it to the company they purchased it from,
who may in turn have to ship it back to the actual manufacturer.
Wow...we don't know about you, but that sounds like it would
take a long time to get your machine up and running again. No wonder
we hear of so many people whose machines don't work
Superior design in a
Liquid Action machine means all vending and water management
functions are integrated on to 1(one) control board. There is
only one electronic component to ever replace if there is a problem.
Think of the time, headaches and cost that you will
avoid, let alone the peace of mind in knowing you have
purchased security and reliability.
state-of-the-art controller design is coupled with the latest
state-of-the-art coin mechanisms to provide you with the most
trouble-free operation possible. Some other manufactures use 10 - 15
year old coin acceptors that are nearing obsolescence. Others have
such a limited design that the control boards will only work with
these out-of-date coin acceptors. What happens in the event the coin
acceptors are no longer available or even supported? Your machine
may require major re-fitting. This would have to be done at the
factory, if it is available at all. How long will this re-fit take?
How long will you be unable to sell water? We have designed our
controller using open architecture to ensure that you can use coin
acceptors from several different manufacturers.
Our machines are without question
the finest looking machines available, and
the only unit with
a 100% stainless steel cabinet. The units look so good, that some
community planners insist on them because the
appearance adds, not detracts, from the look of the
Our machines are also the safest.
When you plug your machine into a 110 volt receptacle, the voltage
is immediately reduced to a safe 24 volts before it enters the
vending machine. Other vending machines allow 110 volts to enter
their cabinets and some even have a 110 volt power bar lying in the
base of the machine where water can run over and into the "live'
electrical outlets. We don't feel comfortable using a machine like
this and and believe most people would agree.
The cabinet has all-welded
construction, resulting in no bolts to loosen, rust or
seize. Mounting is simple for store-fronts, walls or
There is no better choice in
providing your customers with access to pure drinking water 24 hours a day, 365 days a