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How to test water heater element

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Watch the video below to see how you can test a hot water heater element.

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Tankless water heater temperature

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What should the temperature of your tankless water heater be?

The manufacturing settings should have the temperature of the thermostat set at 140 degrees Fahrenheit or 60 degrees Celcius.

Can you adjust the temperature of your water heater?

For those tankless water heaters that have a thermostat, you will be able to adjust the temperature to your preferred settings.

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Are tankless gas water heaters worth it?

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Yes they are. This is because Tankless water heaters never run out of hot water!

Although they have a higher installation cost, they are much more cost-efficient to run and will improve the water consumption in your household or commercial space.

How much money can you expect to save with a tankless gas water heater?

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, savings froms gas-fired tankless heaters average of $108 in energy costs per year over their traditional tank counterparts, while electric tankless heaters save $44 per year.

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What can you expect with a tankless gas water heater?

  • As soon as you turn on a tap to get hot water, you will get piping hot water within seconds.
  • Hot water is generated on demand rather than being stored in a tank. This means you are more likely to get hot water at a temperature that you enjoy rather than getting luke-warm water.
  • Tankless gas water heaters are suitable for high and low pressure water systems.
  • It’s typical that when the water is run through the faucet, you will get water running at a cooler temperature as the water pressure increases.
  • However, with a tankless gas water heating system, the water heats universally regardless of the water pressure.
  • Reduced costs from “Stand-by energy losses” when compared to traditional water tank heaters.

How do tankless gas water heaters work?

Below is an animated gif from Zebra showing how tankless gas water heaters work and their efficiencies.

How do tankless gas water heaters work?

Image credit: Zebra

You can also watch the video below that provides a more in-depth explanation about how tankless water heaters work.

Comparing tankless vs water tank heaters.

Tankless water heaterWater tank heater
300% more output of hot waterLower output of hot water
Small space required for installation. Large space required for installation
Higher costLower cost
Lower water wastageHigher water wastage

Propane (Natural) gas tankless water heaters are the most superior solutions available.

Which brand of tankless gas water heaters should you choose?

Rinnai