Hot water tank
In the eibabo range of water heaters you find the right hot water storage tank for your requirements. Hot water tanks are usually divided into two basic systems. Closed or pressure-resistant tanks have a closed system and withstand a higher water pipe pressure (up to 10 bar). In closed hot water tank systems, the backflow of the heated water into the supply line is prevented by a one-way valve. In addition, these pressure-resistant, closed systems dispose of a safety valve. This valve prevents that water which expands during the heating process leaks. The second system of water heaters comprises open or pressureless hot water tanks. These water heaters usually take about 5 to 15 liters and usually supply only one consumer (single supply). Cold water is fed into the bottom section of the hot water tank by opening a valve or a mixing tap. The hot water is then pressed upward and out of the hot water unit (pressureless displacement). That is why these so-called low-pressure mixer taps always have three connection hoses and are absolutely nexeccary for the operation of a pressureless hot water unit. In the range of pressureless water heaters, there are different types for installation above or below the water supply. Pressureless water heaters have a relatively simple structure and are, thus, less expensive than pressure-resistant water heaters, since they do not have to withstand the pipe pressure (up to 10 bar). At eibabo, you can choose from many types of high-quality water heaters from major manufacturers. You will find, among other devices, shower heaters, closed wall water heater tanks, small water tanks as well as freestanding storage tanks, table tanks and pressure-resistant hot water tanks in many different dimensions, nominal storage capacities and power ranges (in kW).