Tank Water Heaters provide a large volume of dependable, low-cost hot water. Fuel sources can be propane, natural gas or electricity. They are the most common way to heat water in the United States.
Residential tank water heaters typically store between 20 and 80 gallons of hot water hot throughout, usually at the factory setting of 120°F. The temperature can be adjusted up or down by a control on the unit. Tank water heaters are typically located in the garage, basement or attic.
Upgrading a standard 5' x 9' bathroom to a master suite or an in-home spa may require upgrading to a larger gallon capacity unit, especially if the new bathroom will include a deep soaking tub with a multi-head shower system. Replacing a tank water heater with another tank water heater is fast and keeps labor costs to a minimum.
Based on the thermodynamics principle of the French physician Nicolas Carnot (1840), evaporation within the solar panel captures the heat and solar radiance. The Condensation coil wrap around the tank releases heat into the water. refrigerant fluid runs in the panel at about -30ºC, the Compressor changes the vapor into a high pressure stat, an expansion valve reduces the pressure of the liquid to complete the heating cycle.
Heating the water up to 60ºC.
Up to 80% reduction in energy consumption.