Shower Storage Type Electric Water Heater

When selecting an electric water heater, you can consider their types and technologies. Here are the options:


1. Central storage electric water heater: The hot water output can be controlled by turning on the hot water switch, and cold water will simultaneously be injected into the storage tank of the water heater for replenishment. It should be equipped with temperature and pressure relief valves to prevent the water temperature and pressure in the storage tank from becoming too high in case of malfunctions. It can be connected to multiple water outlets (such as bathtubs and sinks).
2. Showerhead storage electric water heater: Water is discharged through the outlet pipe and showerhead. Therefore, a water switch cannot be installed in the outlet pipe position, or the outlet pipe cannot be connected to other places to avoid the risk of accidental explosion when the pressure discharge is obstructed. It can only be connected to one showerhead without a switch.
3. Instant electric water heater: It provides hot water immediately upon turning on. It uses a thermostat to control the water temperature, so it does not need to preheat or have an internal storage tank, and it has a smaller size, which saves space. However, it requires a higher power output, and it is necessary to ensure sufficient water pressure and flow to be suitable for installation.


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