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How does a tankless or continuous flow LPG hot water heater work?

How does a tankless or continuous flow LPG hot water heater work?

Discover how tankless LPG instant gas water heaters can enhance efficiency, energy ratings, and overall benefits, reducing operational costs compared to traditional gas storage tank water heaters. We will explain the operating mechanism of gas continuous flow water systems, particularly how its Electronic Control Unit (ECU) regulates temperature and controls all functions. Aside from controls, you’ll learn about why the right hot water system capacity matters based on household usage patterns and why having an expert install and maintain your instant gas hot water system for safety and compliance with policies is important.

Continuous flow hot water heater systems are the most popular type of gas hot water heater. The reasons are simple – they are energy efficient and being tankless means the hot water just keeps on coming.

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Connection between Propane, Butane and LPG

Connection between Propane, Butane and LPG

The terms Propane, Butane, and LPG are often interchanged and are usually confused. Propane’s lower boiling point and higher vapour pressure make it suitable for colder climates, while Butane’s higher boiling point makes it an excellent propellant and great for warmer climates. LPG, or Liquified Petroleum Gas, is usually a mix of both Propane and Butane.

Everyone in Australia is familiar with LPG as fuel for the BBQ at home or the gas stove for camping trips. However, some people don’t know about the many other commercial applications for LPG industrial gases, propane, and butane, so it’s worth looking at their differences and advantages.

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