MicroHeat’s Electric Tankless Water Heaters can be installed into more diverse installations than other Electric Tankless Water Heaters. MicroHeat’s direct energy transfer method of heating water does not use heat exchange technology, hence does not experience thermal inertia. This technology advantage results in immediate and predictive temperature control. The list below tables the full range of water heating applications that MicroHeat products are ideally suited to. Please contact us for more information.
Handwashing, Showers and hand basins Kitchen, bar, utility sinks
Fixed and variable flow Single bathroom dwellings Ideal for multiple sensor or metering faucets
Eyewash fountains (unit can be software set) Multi-outlet Fixtures without cold water mixing
Double flow rate by installing in tandem/parallel Bidets Low flow showers
Underfloor hydronic heating Reticulation circuits
Boosting existing water heating supplies Boosting points off warm water ring mains
Building/facilities management system capable Heats water from water tanks
Low pressure pump water supplies Heats water from gravity fed systems
Preheating water in advance of the central system Warm water for micro food processing
Heats water in long hot water runs Commercial hair washing
Preheat for dishwashers in hospitality Photographic dark room warm water
MicroHeat’s Electric Tankless Water Heaters have been installed and validated across the full breath of the building industry and retrofit markets as follows.
Residential | Commercial | Industrial | Institutional | Public
Point-of-use Photographic darkroom Office buildings Stores
Bathroom basins Public and disabled ablution Petrol stations Hotels/Motels
Kitchen sinks Low/Medium/High rise Townhouses Recreational Vehicles
Laundry areas Warehouses Restaurants Schools
Showers Manufacturing facilities Production tool heating circuits Kindergartens
Whole of house Universities Cabins/cottages Sheds
Outdoor BBQ areas Gyms Factories Micro bakeries
Pool side studios Hair salons Churches Farms
Examples of installations showing how compact the units are and installation flexibility.