Tankless water heaters
Instantaneous, continuous flow, inline, flash, on-demand….. There are many names to tankless water heaters, and they have been gaining more popularity these days, mainly because of its low maintainace cost and higher efficiency. In these heating systems no water is stored unlike others, and here instantly the water is heated as it flows through the device. Copper heat exchangers are used in these units because they can be easily fabricated and it is an age old fact that copper is the best conductor of electricity among all other metals. These Tankless heaters can be installed throughout a household at more than one point-of-use. The main advantages of tankless water heaters are a large volume of continuous flow of hot water. The main disadvantage of these systems is their high initial costs which accounts for equipment cost and installation cost. Due to high equipment cost you need to choose the best provider or distributor, which distributes the best quality heaters which needs less maintainace, if you buy a cheaper one then that could cost you more later because it may need more maintainace in future. If you are looking for such a leading company then look Reviews on infrared tankless water heater at https://www.supergreenusa.com/ than SuperGreen water heaters. They are popular among all countries distributors across North America, Europe, and Asia, and hence even if it is not possible for you to reach them directly, you can ask your distributor to deliver you only the best quality SuperGreen water heater.
Each unit has a number of safety features, including:
- Fuse on Primary Power Supply
- Isolation of all High Voltage current from water way
- Over heat cut-off fuse protection
- Leakage Current to protect against electric shock
- Operating Performance settings Alarms
- No GPM Flow and 0.5 GPM indicators.
- Built in Circuit Breaker for overload and short circuit situations
- Software disconnects for Hi-Limit temperature settings
The wire and electrical requirements of each unit varies and below are the systems which you can choose based on your needs.
- 30 AMP units require 30 AMP Breaker in Control Panel and #10 AWG
- 40 AMP units require 40 AMP Breaker in Control Panel and #8 AWG
- 60 AMP units require 60 AMP Breaker in Control Panel and #6 AWG
- 80 AMP units require 80 AMP Breaker in Control Panel and #4 AWG
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