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drinking-water cooler

A factory-made assembly containing a small refrigeration system and having the primary functions of cooling potable water and dispensing such water.
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Ebac business development director Tony Hird, centre, with Watercooler World managing director Lisa Fleming and Water Cooler World business development manager David Symington