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Routine Maintenance On Your Tankless Water Heater

In order to get the most out of your tankless water heater, it is very important to perform routine maintenance on your unit from time to time. Examine the area around the heater for any combustible materials such as paper, or chemicals. Be sure to clear away any such materials you find. Regularly check the [...]

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The Importance Of Installing A Pressure Relief Valve Before Your Tankless Water Heater

Installing a pressure relief valve (PRV) before your tankless water heater is not only required in some regions depending on where you live, but is also a very important safety feature. Always be sure that your tankless water heater is able to relieve both the water temperature and pressure at a given point in [...]

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Electric Tankless Water Heaters Installation Requirements

Installation Requirements For Our ET-32, EP-7.0, and EP-2.4: Before installing your electric tankless water heater, it is very important to be sure that you have the correct amount of amps, breakers, and wire size not only for these units to function properly, but more importantly, for your safety. Before mounting any of these units, be sure [...]

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Using Our Point-Of-Use Water Heaters As A Booster To Your Conventional Storage Tank

Our Electric Water Heaters models EP-2.4, EP-7.0, EM-2.5, and EM-4.0 can be ran in line with a conventional tank heater in order to give you hot water at a point of use application, as the tankless or mini electric water heater would act as a booster within this type of set-up. Due to their small size,these [...]

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L10 and FVI12-Which Model Is Best For Your Tiny Home?

Our L10 and FVI12 tankless water heaters are best fitted for a small residence such as RV's and cabins, as well as tiny homes. Both of these units are rated at 74,000 BTUs and would work for overall the same applications. Tiny house owners sacrifice square footage for free living, preferring homes less than 1000 square [...]

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EP-2.4 Point-Of-Use Tankless Water Heater In Detail

The Eccotemp EP-2.4 point-of-use tankless water heater is specifically designed to shorten the distance and reduce the wait time for hot water at a single faucet. The patented mixing chamber provides a ready supply of heated water, virtually immediately and the mixing exchanger eliminates the potential for scalding. The EP-2.4 point-of-use tankless water heater is designed [...]

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Overview On Our FVI12 Tankless Water Heater

Our FVI12 tankless water heater is one of our most popular units to date. The Eccotemp FVI-12 is an indoor tankless water heater designed for small to medium hot water production where you need more than one hot water application at the same time. This model is perfect for vacation cabins, cottages, condominiums and smaller [...]

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How To Determine Which Type Of Water Heater Would Work Best For You

There are several considerations to keep in mind, when deciding which water heater would work best for your applications-gas or electric? whole-house or point of use? First, you would want to focus on the capacity of your water heater. To determine the size of the gas or electric hot water heater you need, you’ll need [...]

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Mini tank water heaters are great for any stand alone faucet!

The Eccotemp EM-2.5 and EM-4.0 Mini Tanks deliver hot water efficiently by heating and storing at the point of use. Save water by eliminating the wait for hot water to reach the faucet. Simply tap into the water line and install the heater directly at the sink. The main benefits to these Mini Tank units [...]

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A Reminder On How To Avoid Freeze Damage

In extremely cold weather conditions, it is possible that your tankless water heater may freeze and stop working. In most cases, if you fail to maintain your tankless water heater when winter arrives, certain damages that occur may not be covered under the manufacturer's warranty. The best way to protect your tankless water heater from [...]

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