Instantaneous Hot Water Systems
With an instantaneous (or continuous flow) hot water system, water is heated as needed and therefore a storage tank is not required, saving on purchase cost and energy losses.
As water is heated instantaneously, these systems do not run out of hot water.
An Instantaneous Hot Water System size is smaller than storage systems and they can be mounted on a wall or in a cupboard.
Instantaneous Hot Water Systems can be installed externally or internally, though restrictions exist on internal gas hot water systems.
Instantaneous Hot Water Systems Hot water is delivered at a slightly reduced pressure.
Standard units can generally deliver adequate hot water to only one tap at a time. When a second tap is turned on, the pressure and temperature of the water will drop somewhat.
Continuous Flow High powered units are available which can service larger flow rates and several taps.
Instantaneous Hot Water Systems can operate on natural gas, LPG or three phase electricity (single phase units are very low powered)
Continuous Flow Hot Water System Service & Repair
Australian Hot Water have been in the hot water business for over 25 years and therefore have vast experience with servicing and repairing instantaneous hot water heaters, even instantaneous water heaters that have long been out of production. For all your continuous flow hot water system service & repair needs call the name you can trust, Australian Hot Water. Remember we service & repair instantaneous hot water systems from all the top manufacturers.
Australian Hot Water branches are strategically located to service all areas of Sydney, Melbourne, North Coast NSW, Gold Coast, Canberra, and Newcastle. Service centres are located in Sydney at Alexandria, Belmore, Caringbah, Leumeah, Moorebank, Mona Vale and Seven Hills, at Port Melbourne in Victoria, Cardiff in Newcastle, Fyshwick in Canberra, in regional NSW at Ballina and Lorne, and in Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast QLD. Australian Hot Water are the largest specialist hot water franchise in Australia.