Instantaneous Hot Water


Instantaneous Hot Water

‘Instantaneous hot water systems’ or ‘Continuous Flow Hot Water Systems’ are an efficient and economical Hot Water solution.

The unit is located externally to the wet areas, and is designed to heat as much water as you need, when you need it. If you turn on the tap, cold water flows through a heat exchanger, igniting a gas burner or switching on an electric element. So there are no heat losses, and as long as there’s gas or electricity, you’ll never run out of hot water.

The size you need (the flowrate in litres per minute) depends on the number of hot water outlets the heater has to serve, more than the number of people in the household. As a general rule, for a two-bathroom house you need a flowrate of about 22-24 L/min.

Contact Drip Drop Plumbing today to discuss your requirements and we can determine the capacity most suitable for your situation.

Additional information is available on the Choice Website