Question about Water Heaters
I have a new water heater. However its capacity needs a boost at times (like with a new jacuzzi tub). Can a tankless product be used to boost the amount of hot water when it is occassionally neeeded? Or is there another alternative?
Posted by Anonymous on
You could fill with hot water first then add cold to your temp request.The thing to do would of been to buy the tub with its own heater
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No you cannot safely increase the output of a tankless water heater. The alternatives would be to install a heater in your Jacuzzi or to add a tank type water heater to hold water for the tub and then run the haot water from the tankles into the tank. This way all the tank is doing is holding water for you to use and not heating it. Kinda defeats one of the purposes of having a tankles though.
Only other option would be to exchange the tankles for a higher ouput one. Also an exspensive option.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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