Insta-Hot Water Heaters
In Your Murrieta Home or Business
Hot Water On Tap Instantly
Since humans have been heating water, the only answers to almost boiling hot water were a camp fire, your Stove Top or Microwave Oven. Now the Insta-Hot Water Heaters tank faucet combinations can deliver 190 to 200 degree water at the tap with no waste of gas or electrical energy.
Why? Because you use only what you need. Think about it; how often you use hot water in your kitchen. The near-boiling water makes beverages and instant foods in seconds, tea, coffee, cocoa, soups, noodles, pasta and vegetables. As well numerous other household tasks like warming baby food and bottles, cleaning dishes, pots and pans.
Unlike Tankless Water Heaters that can supply hot water on demand to every faucet in your home, Insta-Hot Water Heaters allow you to only have instant hot water on only one faucet if that is all you need. Think of the savings vs a Tankless Water Heater.
So How do these Insta-Hot Water On Tap Systems Work?
When you turn the handle on your Insta-Hot Water Heaters, cool tap water moves into the tank and displaces the close to boiling water, which flows out of the faucet spout.
Let go of the handle, and the valve closes automatically and the hot water stops flowing.
The cool water is then heated to approximately 200°F, and flows into the expansion chamber where it’s ready for use later.
Pretty ingenious when you think about it and great for special situations.
Instant Hot Water on Tap for Just Pennies a Day
Every Insta Hot water dispenser costs just pennies a day to operate. Whether you’re building a new home or remodeling your kitchen, there’s a model that is just right for your needs. You can choose from a variety of beautiful styles and finishes for its faucet fixture, including designer colors or traditional chrome finish.
Does it Work In Conjunction with Your Regular Hot Water Heater?
The short answer is no. Insta-Hot Water Heaters work in addition to your regular hot and cold water tap and faucet.
Insta-Hot Water Heaters are separate from but can be located on the same sink as your regular hot and cold water faucet(s), while an instant hot water dispenser sits elegantly on your sink, the hot water tank sits conveniently under the sink in the cabinet.
Water comes from supply line to the stainless steel tank where it is heated. As water is dispensed, fresh water flows into the tank and the cycle continues. It’s that simple.
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