BullsEye Plumbing Heating & Air has been a pioneer in everything plumbing. We also aim to make sure that the members of the local community get the best plumbing services, including water heater repair in Colorado Springs, CO, possible. We also want to educate homeowners on the different parts of their plumbing.
Over the years, many clients have come to prefer tankless water heaters over traditional water heaters because they’re more energy-efficient. Before you go through with your water heater installation, however, here are the main parts of tankless water heaters you should know about:
When the water enters the device, this is the part that detects it. Since the flow sensor can detect even the slightest liquid in the device, it makes sure that the heating process is instantaneous. It’s also the flow sensor that activates the gas or electricity burner by completing the circuit. A water heater replacement is necessary if the flow sensor is broken or malfunctioning.
Gas Burner/Electric Heater
When the flow sensor is activated and the circuit is complete, the heating process can begin. Among the gas tankless water heaters, the gas valve will open, making way for gas to combust in the gas burner. This action generates heat that is directed to the heat exchanger. In an electric tankless water heater, the electric burner produces an electric current that creates friction once the circuit is complete, generating the heat supplied to the heat exchanger.
The heat exchanger transfers the heat from the gas burner or the electric heater to the incoming cold water.
If you’re looking for professional water heater services, contact BullsEye Plumbing Heating & Air and let our team get you an affordable and worthwhile fix. Our expert technicians have the proper training and equipment to provide you with expert and long-lasting solutions. Call us or fill out the online form to schedule your appointment.
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