In our store you can purchase different types of water heaters. They differ in a number of parameters:
- installation features;
- tank volume, if provided;
- format of performance: from a stove or electricity.
Let's study in greater detail those types of heaters that are offered in the catalog and are appreciated by local customers.
Types and Features of Heating Water Installations
We distinguish four types of designs:
- Water heaters for installation on a heater pipe. In this case, a stove pipe serves as a heating element - it goes through the tank, due to which the temperature of the water increases very quickly. These are relatively inexpensive and convenient designs; they are ideal when hot water is needed only for a working sauna or bath.
- Tank stoves for heating large volumes of water. They are mainly installed in cottages. The stoves are equipped with tanks of 50 and 80 liters - you can choose depending on the number of people living in the house. The products of this type are equipped with strong, reliable and durable stainless steel tanks.
- Electric Water Heater. These products are presented in our store as HARVIA products. The compact wall models are a perfect choice for houses where there is no centralized hot water supply. They quickly provide heating of the liquid to the desired temperature, do not take up much space, are convenient in operation and safe. Such water heaters are also installed in apartments where there is hot water supply, but sometimes interruptions occur - then an electrical device will help out in an unforeseen situation.
- Conventional Stainless Steel Boiler - with a volume of 80, 100, 120 liters. Such structures are connected separately and withstand fairly serious pressure indicators (up to five atmospheres). This is possible due to the thoughtful parameters of the tank and the use of a stainless steel sheet with of 3 mm thickness.
Importance of Proper Connection
Whatever type of boiler you choose, it is very important to install and connect everything properly. The designs of such a type works with water, so serious errors threaten with flooding and other force majeure situations. To prevent this from happening, seek the help of a qualified plumber - he will help to correctly install the design, depending in which room and for what purpose it will work for. Never do the work yourself - this not only threatens with probable accidents, but also often voids the warranty on sophisticated equipment.