Small vented point of use water heaters are a popular means of providing localised hot water to a single sink or basin in homes, kitchens, workshops, surgeries and similar environments. They are most commonly installed above the sink, and provide instant hot water on demand saving you money on energy as only small amounts of hot water are used....
Small vented point of use water heaters are a popular means of providing localised hot water to a single sink or basin in homes, kitchens, workshops, surgeries and similar environments. They are most commonly installed above the sink, and provide instant hot water on demand saving you money on energy as only small amounts of hot water are used.
A Point of Use Water Heater has an open outlet and relies on the opening of a tap or valve on the inlet side to displace the hot water in the heater with the incoming cold water. The open outlet ensures that any excess pressure in the heater is vented. Water expansion is accommodated by allowing the water to drip from the spout.
Installation is very simple and no specialist accessories are needed. With a range of capacity sizes, modern designs and a diverse choice of models the Shop4 Electrical range of vented water heaters offer convenience and energy efficiency. All heaters contain an automatic thermostat to maintain the desired temperature which is moderated by a thermal cut-out unit which provides a safety-first maximum water temperature which can be pre-set at installation time.
The updated ZIP Tudor range of open outlet, single point of use vented water heaters are supplied in both oversink models with spout and valve and undersink models which are suitable for connection to Zip open-outlet tapware only.
The ever popular Zip Contract range of open outlet vented water heaters offer hot waters to a single point of use. Supplied with swivel arm, full external temperature control they are the ideal solution for economical oversink applications.
An attractive, thermoplastic, point of use product offering remarkable versatility. Streamline comes in two sizes, each offering two sizes, each with two ratings. It is available as a complete oversink unit with a thermoplastic spout and valve or as a heater only.
A robust steel-cased unit, suitable for oversink or undersink use in commercial or industrial situations such as canteens and workshops. Available in two capacities, with a choice of kW rating with the 7 litre model.
A sturdy 15 litre undersink water heater, ideal for light duty kitchens or similar applications. It can be used as an open-outlet unit supplying a vented tap or a cistern-fed unit unit supplying up to two ordinary taps provided a vent pipe is installed straight back to the header tank.
Medium capacity wall-mounted vented water heaters ideal for dishwashing and similar applications. B3M (30 litre) and C3M (50 litre), can be used in open-outlet form to supply vented taps or the spout provided. They may also be used as cistern-fed units to supply several ordinary taps.
The WS7-EcoT, builds on the best-selling WS7, offering the ability to save money without compromising on quality. The easy to use integral timer allows multiple on-off times throughout the week, which can help save money as it only uses electricity when it is needed.
Redring WS7 Vented Storage Water Heaters offer an economical solution to provide stored hot water at point of use and can be mounted undersink using the special monoblock chrome-mixer accessory. Being installed at Point-Of-Use they benefit from minimal standing heat loss.
Redring Contour 7000 slimline vented storage heaters have a 7 litre capacity making them ideal for oversink and undersink washing needs. The range benefits from minimal standing heat loss because they are installed at point of use.
As small vented water heaters are typically installed directly over or under the sink, this range of products is commonly referred to as “Point of Use”. Sink and basin supply 10 litres and under.
Handyflow Oversink / Undersink Vented Point of Use Water Heaters. Ideal for occasional use light dishwashing at a single kitchen sink in the workplace, for example portable buildings, offices, shops, workshops, garages and other small commercial premises.