You would put "not applicable" (n/a) since our units work off your furnace or boiler.
Contact your local sales representative. Go to our Rep Locator page
for a list of local area coverage.
Heat-flo does not sell direct. Contractors can contact their local Heat-flo wholesaler.
The maximum temperature is 150 degrees. The recommended and factory set temperature is 120 degrees.
Contractors can contact a local Heat-flo wholesaler.
An Indirect Water Heater uses a furnace or boiler. The Storage tank uses a domestic water heating unit such as an on-demand type heater or combination boiler.
This is an indication that the anode rod in the unit has been completely consumed.
No, it is not recommended.
No, the unit would not work properly. This would cause the unit to constantly call for heat. Scald issues would occur.
The potable expansion tank size is determined by the volume of hot domestic water in the system.
All stainless steel construction.
Heat-flo units have been manufactured with sacrificial magnesium anode rods since approximately September of 2014.
We ship to the 48 contiguous states, Alaska and Canada.
On the rating plate located above the drain valve.
The all stainless steel construction of the Heat-flo tank is well water friendly.
YES, providing that the water temperatures are properly controlled.
Your Heat-Flo tank is equipped with a sacrificial anode rod, which deteriorates slowly over time, during which small gas bubbles form on the surface of the anode and release at a nearly imperceivable rate. If you have soft water, or a water softening system, the anode rod will deteriorate at a much higher rate, causing greater out-gassing. If the tank is idle for a long period, the gas will collect at a high point in the system, typically the faucet. Work with your water quality specialist to adjust the softness to an acceptable level.