Indirect Water Heater Replacement Installers, CT
Indirect water heaters look very similar to Storage Tanks, but work differently and are more than twice as expensive. An indirect water heater does not create heat, like the storage tank, it’s primary function is to just store hot water created from the boiler. Indirect water heaters are different from all other water heaters, because they have an inner coil (pictured right). This inner coil is directly connected to the boiler, on it’s own heating zone, and there is an additional circulation pump pushing the hot water from the boiler. This inner coil (pictured right) acts as a heat exchanger within the tank of water surrounding the coil. High quality Indirect water heaters are built of; stainless steel, high strength polymers, or composite stone and come with limited life warranties. Call to learn more and to get a free quote for your Connecticut home or business.
The Difference Between a Storage Tank & Indirect Water Heater:
A storage tank/ aquabooster is just an empty tank (no coil,) relying on the boiler’s internal “tankless coil” for domestic hot water production.
Indirect water heaters can be found connected to old boilers, and the most advanced systems on Earth. Indirect water heaters can work with; gas boilers, electric boilers, heat pump systems, hydro heat systems. 120 gallon tanks or larger are required with solar and geothermal systems. Both small system installations and the largest commercial and industry applications today commonly use indirect water heaters. There are many sizes with the 45- 50 gallon tank size being the most popular range. Increments sizes are available from 40-up to 200 gallon models, offered by dozens of manufactures. Note: when indirect water heaters are used for high output commercial applications, it can also be called an “external heat exchanger”. Get a free quote. 203.376.52o8
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