Marco Beverage Systems Joins The Cold-Water Market With New Hot, Cold And Sparkling Systems

Feb. 21, 2019

February 20, 2019

Marco Beverage Systems, a global leader in manufacturing hot water and coffee brewing systems, has announced the launch of FRIIA – their first venture into the cold and cold/sparkling water market.   

Developed to meet the increasing demand for fresh, healthy beverage choice, particularly in corporate spaces, FRIIA can deliver hot/cold or hot/cold/sparkling water through a single, sleek font.

The compact, modular undercounter system incorporates a water chiller and award-winning water boiler. The undercounter chiller incorporates aluminium block technology to chill incoming water by an average of 10˚ and the boiler contains a vacuum insulated tank to ensure temperature accuracy and energy-efficiency. In fact, FRIIA is 23% more energy-efficient than leading competitors.

In keeping with Marco’s established position as a leader in design, the FRIIA font has a sleek, brushed metal finish and premium LED feature. In response to the growing trend of clean, uncluttered counters, the font also has a minimal counter footprint.

FRIIA is the latest development for Marco since the launch of the award-winning and much-acclaimed MIX range. An innovation in water boilers, MIX delivers hot water at three exact temperatures from a single font. Since launching in 2017 MIX has been a key driver of beverage excellence and has played a part in spreading an understanding of the importance of temperature accuracy in premium tea brewing.  

FRIIA is available in two sizes FRIIA and FRIIA PLUS and also comes in Hot/Cold (HC) or Hot/Cold/Sparkling (HCS) variants. FRIIA will be launching with CC certification on March 8th 2019. For more information contact


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