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Best way to hook up 2 hot water heaters

Published: 18.04.2017

Not sure how well series plays into it. Patio Heaters Garage Heaters Wall Heaters Baseboard Heaters Warehouse Heaters Dimplex Heaters.

Dec 14, 2010 · dual water heaters: Parrallel is the way to go for two water heaters I would simply hook up both heaters and be done with it.

Find an InterNACHI certified Georgia Home Inspector and anywhere else in North America. Find all posts by William T. It is lost to the air eventually, which someone is paying to heat anyway

We went to take a shower this morning and the first few seconds of the shower were very hot, then it went cold after 10 seconds.

This assumes BOTH heaters are contributing equally, which is NOT a given if they are in parallel. Regards, Tom I am try to increase the capacity. Beeker View Public Profile Find latest posts by Beeker. Plumbum Plumbers do series, steamfitters do reverse-return

How to install a second additional water heater in series

I think this is the best option if you have the electrical capacity for it two 30 amp v feeds. Cooke, Sr View Public Profile Send a private message to Roy D. You connect them with the tankless unit first. Anonymous User whats the best way to connect 2 water heaters? Switch to Hybrid Mode.

    1. Rikkee_Ked - 20.04.2017 in 07:23

      Use the red PEX tubing to connect the hot water outlet pipe on top of the water heater to the line that carries hot water to the faucets in your home, and the blue PEX tubing to connect the cold water inlet pipe on top of the water heater to the line that carries water into the water heater. Cooke, Sr View Public Profile Send a private message to Roy D.

      Frenk_Tadros - 29.04.2017 in 15:02

      The cold outside temps definitely has a significant impact on the performance. You do not even need a bypass, just two "3 way valves" in place of two elbows, and two regular ball valves, instead of the FOUR you need to isolate a parallel pair.

      Anton_Jamalll - 02.05.2017 in 03:19

      A better solution would be to replace your water heater with a larger one. My option is the cheapest to operate and the cheapest to buy.

      Willie_Black - 06.05.2017 in 03:09

      That means you'll have two separate sets of hot water distribution piping in your house with one heater servicing the kitchen and dishwasher maybe and the other heater servicing the bathroom and laundry maybe.

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