An instant gas hot water system or a continuous flow hot water system is a tankless hot water heater. This means consistent hot water when you need it. These systems are generally wall-mounted and compact unlike a hot water tank that are floor-mounted and large.
Instant hot water systems give you the convenience of having extra guests and not running out of hot water. Plus, running a bath after a long day without worrying if there is enough hot water.
Most instant hot water systems use gas however electric models are also available. Generally, they can be cheaper to run compared to storage tanks, as there are no heat loss issues. A 6 or 7 Star rated instant gas hot water works more efficiently which will save money, energy and reduces CO2 output.
As an instant gas hot water system, it doesn’t hold a tank. It warms the water as it passes through a heat exchanger when hot water is needed.
This way, there is a consistent and endless supply of continuous flow of hot water when you need it.
If you are looking to make an investment to your home, a tankless water heater is a good place to start. Getting hot water when you need it while also saving energy is a win-win proposition.
Tankless water heaters take up much less space than storage water heaters (hot water storage tanks) as they heat the water directly. Traditional storage tank are kept full of water at a minimum of 60°C to prevent bacterial growth, tankless water heaters only heat the water when you need it.
When you turn on the hot water, the cold-water travels through a pipe and into the tankless water heater unit where it is heated by a gas burner or an electric element. This allows you a constant supply of hot water.
On average, tankless water heaters can provide 7 to 14 litres of hot water per minute. Also, gas-fired tankless water heaters can produce higher flow rates than electric models.
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