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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Noritz Tankless Water Heaters - Different Reasons to Purchase

There is a minimum flow rate required to turn on the heater, typically between .5 gallons per minute and .75 gallons per minute. This means letting the faucet run with just a trickle of hot or warm water will not work. You will need at least 1/2 gallon per minute of flow or more to turn on the unit.

There are many different reasons to purchase one of the heaters of the brand Noritz. The biggest components to a tankless water heater are the burner and heat exchange, the heart of the system. Instead of using just one flame burner, Noritz utilizes two burners instead, not only heating the water running through the system faster, but the second row also captures and burns and left over gases that have escaped from the first, reducing emissions, stabilizing water heat variations, and boosting flow rate. Thess Noritz tankless water heaters with 9.3GPM capacity is one of the first products offered that is made with commercial grade components and materials.

Tankless water heaters make it take longer for you to get your hot water, since they don’t start heating the water until you turn on the faucet. As a rule, they add 10 – 20 seconds to the time it takes to get hot water to the fixture.

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