KLIX® delivers world class reliability and a drink for every occasion
Cutting-edge KLIX® technology ensures consistent product quality, unsurpassed machine reliability and simple, flexible systems that can be tailored to your individual needs.
KLIX® 'In-cup' technology
Ingredients are predetermined in the cup - the machine simply adds water. This technology concentrates the complex process of mixing ingredients away from the machine. The cups are hygienically sealed and supplied for easy installation into the vending machine.
You choose the menu
At Client, we'll help you to set up your KLIX® drinks / coffee machine with exactly the right mix of drinks you need according to your male-female ratio, staff age range and business activity.
Free-vend & pay-vend options give you the choice and flexibility to control how you manage your drinks costs.
Technical features and dimensions
The KLIX® 450 machine delivers high quality for low maintenance.
KLIX® technology eliminates every unnecessary moving part and bypasses the complications and issues related to mixing ingredients in the machine itself.
Using cutting-edge technology, KLIX® have pioneered an in-cup system that ensures consistent product quality, unsurpassed reliability, simplicity and choice.
|CONNECTION:||Fused 3 pin plug into 13 amp switched socket, 2 metre cable and plug supplied.|
|WATER SUPPLY:||Mains drinking water supply with a 15mm OD x 3/4 BSP Male (WRAS Approved or equivalent) isolation valve, no more than 1 metre from the machine; flexible house supplied.|
|WATER PRESSURE:||1.0 - 7.0 bar; 15 - 100psi.|
|Depth (mm)||400mm (hot) - 585mm (hot && cold)|
|Weight||Hot: 115kg - H/C: 132kg|
Our machine reliability is measured as Mean Time Before Failure (ie the average time between the need for a technical callout). Current figures - July 11 MAA (Moving Annual Average) are: KLIX® 450 - 38 Weeks/p>
Cleaning your machine
Compared with traditional loose ingredient machines, KLIX® machines are about as hassle free as you can get. All you need to do is a daily wipe around with a damp cloth which will take less than 5 minutes and there is a simple step-by-step guide to cleaning the machine inside the door - what could be simpler?