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Re: Add on tankless water heater

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02-23-2013 22:45:06

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Well JD in your case a $40 pressure reducing valve set to 39 psi is all it would take to stop the house pressure taking a mind of it's own. The system I described eliminates several different issues,all of which that rancher had at the time. I made reference to pressurizing pervisions and gravity feed only happened at a couple of outdoor hydrants and when electric service went down which beats no water at all. Anyone not living in the sticks or tornado belt probably never worries about that kind of power interuptions. As in most things,"you milage may vary".

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02-23-2013 23:43:18

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 Re: Add on tankless water heater in reply to da.bees, 02-23-2013 22:45:06  
da.bees: I had not thought about the reducing valve. I was just outlining one of the issues with the tankless water heaters. They also are not the best if you have hard water. Even the salt left after a water softener will cause issues with them.

I will just stick with a standard old water heater. They are proven and simple. The energy saveed is not that much if you use much hot water. They save more if you are not using much hot water.

As for worrying about losing power. That has always been a worry with livestock in confinement feeding yards. I used to have a PTO generator but a few years ago put in a stand by propane powered generator. That is the only way to go. Many fewer headaches when you lose power.

Have a good day!!!

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