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Zojirushi VE Hybrid Water Boiler/Warmer, 4.0 liter- CV-DSC40

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Zojirushi VE Hybrid Water Boiler/Warmer, 4.0 liter- CV-DSC40
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Improving customers' quality of life through creation of innovative products remains the heart of Zojirushi's corporate philosophy. Based on this philosophy, Zojirushi has used its advanced technologies to develop an impressive household lineup over the past nine decades. Staying one step ahead of evolving consumer tastes, Zojirushi continues to launch a constant stream of top-selling cooking and food preservation products that are high in quality and attractive in design.

  • Vacuum insulation keeps water hot with little energy requirements
  • Maintains a constant temperature of water for extended periods of time
  • Modern looking exterior accentuates any kitchen
  • Capacity: 135 oz./4.0 liters

Electronic control panel provides easy operation

  • Electronic, push-button controls make preparation easy.
  • Includes convenient timer function.
  • Includes safety auto shut-off.
  • Stainless Steel exterior is durable and aesthetically pleasing.
  • Includes easy-to-hear beep indicator when boiling is complete and/or water level is low.
  • Electrical Requirements: 120 Volts / 840 Watts.

Stainless Steel double wall keeps water hot with extremely low energy requirements

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Manufacturer: Zojirushi
Model: CV-DSC40
Capacity: 135 oz./4.0 l.
Width: 8-11/16"
Depth: 11"
Height: 13-3/4"
Volts: 120
Watts: 840


Zojirushi has had nearly a century's experience in creating perfect vacuum insulated bottles to meet the needs of today's coffee and tea industry professionals. From glass-lined Air Pot® beverage dispensers to durable stainless steel vacuum servers, easy-to-serve Gravity Pot® dispensers to electric boilers & warmers, Zojirushi makes a product that is sure to meet your needs.

How long does it take to to heat the full 4 liters of water?

Asked by: love
Hello, you can expect about a 10 minute wait to heat up that much water.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2013-09-17
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