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Additions to FRIIA Dispenser Range

14.10.2020, 23:23

Additions to FRIIA Dispenser Range

Marco Beverage Systems has announced new additions to the FRIIA range of hot and cold water dispensers.


In response to growing demand for cold or cold, sparkling water variants, and growing use of personal water bottles requiring higher clearance from dispensing nozzles, additions to the range include the following variants:

  • Cold only (two dispenser heights = 247mm tap to tray & 305mm tap to tray)
  • Cold/Sparkling  (two dispenser heights = 247mm tap to tray & 305mm tap to tray)
  • Hot/Cold (one dispenser height = 247mm tap to tray)
  • Cold only Hands-Free (one dispenser height = 247mm tap to tray)

In response to the COVID-19, the businesses will also be launching hands-free model, FRIIA Cold hands-free early in 2021. 

All original FRIIA Hot/Cold/Sparkling and “Plus” dispensers remain available for purchase.


The company’s compact, modular undercounter system incorporates a water chiller and, in the hot/cold variants, an award-winning MIX water boiler. The undercounter chiller incorporates aluminium block technology to chill incoming water by an average of 10˚ Centrigrade, and the boiler contains a vacuum insulated tank to ensure temperature accuracy and energy-efficiency.

Marco Beverage Systems also markets FRIIA as being 23 per cent more energy-efficient than solutions supplied by leading competitors. The range was selected for the ‘Energy Efficiency Innovation’ award in the ‘Light Catering Equipment’ category of the Food & Bev Live 2020 awards.

The updated designs remain in keeping with the company’s design and space-saving innovations, with the latest dispensers sporting a sleek, brushed metal finish, and premium LED feature that enhances their minimalist appearance.

The hands-free variants will eliminate any hygiene concerns as it completely removes customer touch-points.

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