Tankless Water Heater Recirculation Pump Benefits!
Our Orange County Tankless Water Heater Specialist highly recommend you make the switch to a tankless unit fast. The benefits are tremendous. If you already have a tankless water heater unit in your home – GREAT! – We will be discussing the benefits of having a unit with a recirculation pump.
Get Faster Hot Water
When you, the homeowner is looking for instant hot water in you homes, the best solution is a recirculation system. These beneficial systems keep a steady supply of hot water ready for those moments when you need hot water immediately, like a cold winter morning. With the help of an integrated or external pump, water travels from the tankless water heater to the hot water faucets throughout a home without the need to add additional water lines. Homeowners need not worry about going without hot water again thanks to recirculations systems.
Tankless Keeps Hot Water Recirculating
No more waiting for hot water. Noritz can provide you with faster hot water wherever and whenever you need it. It does this by recirculating the water through your plumbing system, so hot water is always available in whatever part of the house that you may need it. the best part is, Noritz can provide this solution regardless of your current plumbing configuration.
Methods of Recirculation
Dedicated Return Line:
Some homes have a pre-built loop that is ready to take advantage of a pump to work in conjunction with your water heater.
If your home doesn’t have a dedicated return line you can install this crossover valve at the furthest fixture of your home and take advantage of our NRCP(2019) crossover mode.
Modes of Recirculation
With the new learning mode in the NRCP (2019) your tankless will learn your habits based on your daily use and turn on the recirculation pump when you need it.
Want more control? With the NRCP (2019) you can set your own schedule with the built-in remote in order to tailor the integrated pump to your lifestyle.
Purchase and install a rocker switch or “doorbell” style buttons to activate the NRCP “on-demand” mode to prime the pump for use only when you want it. In compliance with California’s Title 24 Code.
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