|Posted by Keith Thompson on October 24, 2002 at 18:33:27:|
|In response to Re: Hot Water on Demand Systems|
I installed an Aquastar 125 B April 2002. It's a whole house unit with a gas pilot. Works very well but I was suprised (shouldn't have been, I guess) when I read in the manual that the heat exchanger would probably have to be de-scaled in about five years (based on water quality). That will probably cost more than a new tank based unit! The promotional literature never mentioned this.
: : Anyone have information on the systems that provide hot water on demand instead of a hot water tank? Is there significant differences between those that use electricity vs propane?
: Tankless Gas Water Heaters
: Read about a recent
: Aquastar 125X $599.- is the
: Aquastar 125 B $519. is the
: Aquastar 125BS $599. is the
: Aquastar 125 BL $569. is
: Sizing and Models..
: For higher flow rate
: Radiant slab,
: Open loop
: Read the US Dept. of Energy's
: 1. When a hot water tap is
: 2. The gas is ignited by the pilot
: 3. As you change the water
: 4. The water temperature can be
: 5. When the hot water faucet is
: With an AquaStar tankless hot water heater by Bosch,- you'll
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