Minnesota Homeowners Discover a Fitting Solution to their Hot Water Woes:
The Ultra Mini, Ultra Efficient EMT1
When Kevin and Julie Perlinger built their Duluth, Minnesota home five years ago, they paid particular attention to the kitchen; Julie even designed it herself. And while she made sure there was special scaffolding to support her extra-large, extra-heavy granite farmhouse sink, she didn’t give much thought to the distance the water would have to travel from the home’s water heater to reach that sink. That distance, she soon discovered, became a costly and frustrating problem.
Electric Tankless Water Heaters with Integrated Code-Compliant Mixing Valves Provide Safe Hot Water On Demand
Scalding can result from a variety of factors. In some cases, water heater thermostats are faulty, or set too high. In others, temperature regulating valves at the hot water source are either malfunctioning or missing altogether.
Safely Heating Water Right at the Point-of-Use
Hot water is critical to cooking, cleaning, and sanitizing in the kitchen. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, transmission of certain bacteria, viruses, and parasites from raw food or from ill workers to food by way of improperly washed hands, continues to be one of several major factors in the spread of food-borne illnesses. Proper hand washing serves as a vital and necessary public health practice in retail and food service.
Electric Mini-Tank Water Heater…A Key Ingredient for Ideal Hot Water Blend
In a home, the introduction of cold water into the hot water supply line can be bothersome –as well as costly – when water is wasted down the drain. Fixtures are turned on and off quickly and frequently throughout any given day. Typical hot water daily usage includes: 10 to 12 minutes in the shower, washing hands in the sink, washing the dishes by hand or running the dishwasher, and the occasional load of laundry on the hot setting. There is a need throughout the day for hot water on demand.
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