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Q. "How much hot water must be flowing before the tankless water heater turns on?"
A. The minimum flow to operate these tankless water heaters is 0.66gpm.
Q. "What is the minimum amount of water pressure needed for these to operate?"
A. These units require a consistent 14psi or better water pressure to operate.
Q. "Will an instantaneous water heater save me money on my utility bills?"
A.In many applications you can see a savings. There are some variables that could reduce the amount you save. One example is you will not run out of hot water, so longer showers could cut into your savings. Also, the cost of electricity, propane and natural gas in your area will affect the amount of money saved. The higher the cost for the energy type used to heat your water, the quicker you can recover the higher initial cost of installing a tankless versus tank style water heater.
Tankless water heaters have their place. They're not "the answer" to every hot water need, but if they're used correctly they can be the solution to many of them.
Q. "What water pressure is needed for supplying hot water to upper floors?"
A. To supply water to upper floors, you'll need an additional 0.44psi/ft of water pressure. Basically, for every one vertical foot, you'll need an additional 0.44psi of water pressure.
Q. "What water pressure is recommended for well water?"
A. Most well water systems are set at a range of 30-50psi or 40-60psi. DO NOT change your settings without consulting with a professional.
Q. "What are the best reasons to install a Scale Inhibitor System?"
A. The system inhibits scale build-up and protects the piping from corrosion, which helps maintain efficiency and extends the life of the system.
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