Question about Bosch & Tankless LP Hot Water Heater
When a tankless is installed, they are usually set up with a recirc. Theis keeps the water continuously heating to some degree.
When a tankless is installed into a home it has nothing to heat the water that is sitting in the pipe from its faucet to its heat source. Now as soon as you turn on the faucet, you have to let all that cold water run out until the newly heated water comes out from when you started the faucet.
You could measure the volume until heat and it will be pretty much the same every time for a given faucet.
The fact that your faucets are low flo is only part of the factor involving time it takes to get hot water. Another factor is volume. The diameter of your pipes makes a difference. You can remove the low flo restrictor from the faucet farthest away to speed up the process at least a little.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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