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Top 3 Reasons to Install High Capacity Chronomite Tankless Water Heaters

by JRSBlogWriter March 4, 2014

Top 3 Reasons to Install High Capacity Chronomite Tankless Water Heaters

1. Cost Savings


Because you are heating on demand, the high capacity Chronomite tankless water heater saves on storage energy loss. A traditional hot water tank is constantly running to keep a tank full of water hot just in case someone wants to use it. Imagine you have an office building that sits empty from 10 pm until 6am. No one is washing his or her hands, yet the hot water heater is working away.

You also save on water usage. Typically your hot water tank is stored in a closet about 20 feet away from your sink. Someone turns on the sink and waits about 30 seconds for the hot water to arrive. As a result, a half gallon of water washes away unused. With a tankless water heater, hot water is instantaneous.

Typical Lavatory Installation



Installation costs are another area of savings. The plumbing is much simpler as it eliminates costly piping and valving associated with hot water piping. The picture to the left illustrates this difference to a traditional water heater.

Now you may be thinking, but all that time we save on less piping is probably a wash because these tankless heaters are more complicated to install. Not true. All the Chronomite heaters are very simple to install. From unboxing through complete installation, the high capacity unit will take less than an hour.

2. Safety

The high capacity Chronomite tankless water heat comes with Factory Preset Water Temperature Settings that are user specified. This eliminates the safety concern of someone being burned by scalding water.

Where the Chronomite system is different from many other tankless water heaters is our microprocessor technology. The patented microprocessor is able to respond immediately to changes in incoming water temperatures, pressures and flow rate. It is able to regulate water temperature 120 times a second. This alone makes it 50 percent more precise than non-microprocessor heaters.

3. Aesthetics

This unit is small and compact. The dimensions are 15 1/2 x 17 1/8 x 6 1/4 inches. That’s about the size of a dictionary.

Sink with hidden tankless hot water heaterThis makes them very popular in condos and apartments. It can fit under the sink or in a linen closet.

The stainless steel housing comes in either a satin or high polish finish, so it’s corrosion resistant and easy to maintain.

The non-porous surface of stainless steel allows virtually no growth of bacteria and other harmful microorganisms. The easy cleaning ability makes it the first choice in hospitals, laboratories, and food processing.

If you are considering tankless hot water heaters in our next project, please give us a call. We can assist you in determining the number of units and size of units that will best serve your needs depending on application.

To learn more about our high capacity tankless water heater and other products, click on “Products.” To contact your location rep, click on “Contact.”