Infrared Tankless Water Heater Point Of Use System
Uses for the Infrared Point Of Use Water Heater:
The infrared point of use water heater is designed to be portable, light, easy to use, and very efficient. It provides reliable, fast hot water while using up to sixty percent less energy than other models. A point of use tankless water heater is perfect for situations in which you only need to heat a single water source, or when you are adding a water source that is not part of a larger water heating system.
In these cases, you need a water heater that does not take up much room, that works quickly, and that can be applied to an individual sink, bathtub, shower, or other source. An infrared point of use water heater is often used in apartments, small businesses, campers, motor homes, rental properties, offices, and additions to buildings that are not linked to the existing water heating sources.
The infrared point of use tankless water heater offers many advantages over conventional water heating systems. In addition to the compact, portable design, this Quartz Infrared technology reduces bacteria and algae, preserves the life of the unit, and operates much more efficiently than other water heaters.
Conventional water heaters that have metal heating elements in a water tank eventually develop corrosion in the tank, leading to inefficiency, potential pollutants and health hazards, and eventual malfunction of the device. iR Tankless’s tankless water heaters continue to operate safely, cleanly, and efficiently for up to twice as long as standard models, saving up to sixty percent in energy costs.
Demonstration our durability between Infrared Tankless vs Other Water Heater
Don't Take Our Word For it! Here's What Our Customers Think:
“The quality of the hot water seems to be a lot better than what was coming out of my hot water tank. Nice that now taking a shower I don't run out of hot water anymore. I feel much clean after taking a shower with the water from the tankless water. My water tank must of had lots of crud in side the tank. ”- Rod Hays
“It provides hot water when we need it and for as long as we need it. I recommend it to anyone who has adequate electrical power and who needs to serve a single kitchen sink/dishwasher. ”- E B
“installed myself and it works better than I thought it would. Once you figure out the water hoses you need (flex faucet hoses) and get the metering set right, it runs the shower for as long as you want hot water. Works great in Arizona, check the temperature of the water coming into your house. ”- Ed L.