Posted on December 12, 2014
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 is that with point-of-use heating, you eliminate long hot water pipe runs, they do not require any type of venting, and you'll get endless hot water at the point-of-use faucet.
With the Mini Tanks, there is no need for costly re-circulating lines and pumps. when you want to eliminate the wait for hot water but need more volume, install one of our Mini Tanks in-line with a larger hot water source, such as a tankless water heater or your average storage tank heater.These Mini-Tank Water Heaters are light-weight and compact, allowing you
to place it in almost any convenient location where small amounts of
hot water are needed, like under a sink or in a cabinet.
With Mini Tank water heaters, you can eliminate the need for a large bulky storage tank. Being that they are made from impact and corrosion resistant materials on the exterior, and glass-lined tank on the inside, these units are sure to last for many years to come. Also, with quick economical recovery and superior insulation for high efficiency, these mini tank units are rated at an astounding 99% energy efficiency.
Another great quality about Mini Tanks, is that they are easy to size for your needs: 2.5 gallons would be best suited for 1 sink in a residential home, boat, or RV, whereas 4 gallons would be best for 2 sinks in either a residential home or even an industrial setting.
For more details, please check out our EM-2.5 and EM-4.0 Mini Tanks by following the links below:
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