Gas water heaters
As gas appliances, heaters are subject to the same installation standards as gas boilers. The main advantages of this type of equipment include versatility of installation and low costs. Due to their small size, instantaneous water heaters can be installed almost anywhere, but it is recommended that they are located close to water drawing points. Due to the simplicity of construction, these devices are relatively cheap in comparison to capacity heaters or central heating boilers. The principle of operation of the instantaneous water heater is as simple as its construction. After unscrewing the tap, the burner together with the water circuit is started. At the moment of starting the water flows through the heater where it is heated up to the appropriate temperature. Such devices are used in case of low demand for hot water.
As gas appliances, heaters are subject to the same installation standards as gas boilers. Capacitance heaters have a built-in water tank, which means that they are larger than flow heaters, which means that they are usually installed in separate rooms. The main advantages of these devices include constant access to hot water and the possibility to use it in several places at once. The whole process focuses on heating and storing water. Water in the capacity heater is heated in a pressure tank. After setting the appropriate temperature, the thermostat switches on the heater each time the temperature in the tank drops below the set temperature.