Electric tankless units

The Tronic 3000 and 5000 electric tankless units from Bosch eliminate the need for costly piping and gas line installation and have efficiencies of 99% and 97%, respectively.

08/17/2012


The Tronic 3000 and 5000 electric tankless units from Bosch eliminate the need for costly piping and gas line installation and have efficiencies of 99 and 97%, respectively. Courtesy: BoschThe Tronic 3000 and 5000 electric tankless series from Bosch, with 99% and 97% efficiencies, respectively, offer a variety of installation options and configurations, and performance inside some of the smallest footprint requirements in the industry. The Tronic series eliminates the need for costly piping and gas line installation, freeing valuable square footage. Unlike traditional tank units, Tronic products are tankless. The lack of stored hot water inside the unit eliminates standby heat losses, minimizes mineral and sediment buildup, and significantly increases efficiency. These point-of-use products also eliminate wait time for hot water as well as piping heat losses. Offered in five compact models (12, 9.5, 7.2, 6, and 3.4 kW), the Tronic 3000 series is an under-sink design offering 99% efficiency.

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