CEU Continuing Education Course

Course Description:

Universal hot water availability is generally taken for granted. At a time when energy prices and sources, environmental concerns, and water shortages are increasing in significance, it is important to produce hot water in a manner that addresses all these issues. This course explains how electric tankless water heaters (ETWHs) do this while also improving health and safety conditions and reducing costs. The examination includes detailed descriptions of many types of ETWHs and the basic calculations and selection criteria for the most suitable system.

Learning Objectives:

  • specify the most economical and environmentally beneficial ETWH system for any application
  • create safer workplace conditions with the utilization of ETWHs
  • perform appropriate analysis and calculations when designing ETWH systems, and
  • eliminate dangerous water storage conditions that facilitate the development of waterborne diseases.

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