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The modern way to heat water is using an instant electronic tankless water heater.
It provides endless hot water. It's a space and energy saver and comes with a great warranty.

Today's homeowners want the energy-efficient, endless supply of hot water that only a tankless option can deliver. Some tankless water heaters have an average life expectancy of more than 20 years, energy savings of up to 50%, and an endless supply of hot water.

Tankless Water Heaters are also known as Demand water heaters. Find answers here to common questions regarding tankless water heaters.

Instant electronic tankless water heater very compact fits under the sink and installs easily.
It's called Demand-activated technology. Units have zero power usage until needed. The heating system activates only when the hot water tap is opened and turns the heater off when the tap is closed.

One minute needed is
one minute of power used.
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It's ideal for sinks remote from or independent of a main source of hot water. In new construction, run only a cold water pipe to that remote sink. You reduce heat loss and save on plumbing. Mounts in any direction and can be mounted almost anywhere and needs no Temperature Relief Valve (see local codes).
The instant electronic tankless water heater

The modern way to heat water is using an instant electronic tankless water heater.  It provides endless hot water.   It has quality design. It's a space and energy saver and comes with a warranty. It's only 10" x 7" x 2.75". 
 


 

There are some things you need to know.  It's only vertical installation.   Before turning on the electricity, let the water run for 20 seconds through the unit. Check local codes for appropriate wire gauge and circuit breaker.  Tampering with the units electronic mode, breaking the seal or removing connection parts will void your warranty.  (One shut off valve should be installed.) The unit comes with " compression fittings, do not solder pipe to inlet or outlet.  Flush supplying line before connecting the unit, to remove any particles left in line.   Do not use teflon tape or paste on compression fittings. If any soldering must be done, remove pipes from unit. Inlet and outlet of the unit
Failure to follow these instructions will cause damage to the unit. It is important to know that when using any type of plastic pipe like pex or cpvc you must install 36" of cooper pipe to the inlet and outlet of the unit. DO NOT connect any plastic pipe directly to the unit.  Also, when using a plastic pipe you must install a pressure relieve valve to the unit. Disconnect from supply before servicing. Check specification on unit used. Voltage, amperage, breaker and wire may vary depending on local electrical standards, consult a professional plumber or electrician for guidance. The electrical specifications are based on 220 V.A.C.(110 V.A.C. for model N-10). It should be noted the higher voltage will increase power, just as lower voltage will have the reverse effect.
Compression fittings

As all electronic appliances, this unit must be protected from rain and weather conditions.  A minimum of 12" clearance must exist from the top of the unit to ceiling and from bottom to floor.  It is very important to test the installation for leaks before connecting the electrical supply.  Check with a professional electrician for required
 breaker and wire gauge.
  Use only the compression fitting ring and nut provided with each unit. Compression fittings are designed exclusively for this unit, do not use a different type of threaded coupling. Niagara Industries supplies with each heater a mounting kit container four (4) sheet metal screws and two (2) supporting brackets in a plastic bag.  These brackets can be attached to the back of the heater and allows the installer to secure the heater to the wall without the need to open the front cover. Make sure to use only the brackets and screws that are provided in the mounting kit. The use of longer screws may damage the unit and void your warranty.

Maximize your energy savings by installing a gas tankless water heater. Whether you are installing a Bosch heater in a new construction project or replacing a tank during a home renovation project, you will save space, energy and home owners will enjoy a Federal Tax Credit if installed in 2009. Call us about plumbing supply,  instant hot, plumbing, demand, electrical, gas, electrical service, electrician, water heater, energy saver, Philadelphia, Delaware Valley, Chester County, Montgomery County, PA.
 


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