Wireless instant water heating system

The ecocirc wireless hot water system uses unique electronically commutated motor technology to achieve significant energy savings while operating on as little as 20 W of power.

09/16/2015


The ecocirc wireless hot water system uses unique electronically commutated motor technology to achieve significant energy savings while operating on as little as 20 W of power. Courtesy: Bell&GossettThe ecocirc wireless hot water system is designed for plumbing systems without a recirculation line. A paired valve is installed under the sink, or other water outlet, farthest away from the water heater where hot water takes the longest to arrive. The valve is battery operated and equipped with an onboard temperature sensor and wireless RF transceiver and communicates with the circulator pump mounted to the water heater or hot water source. The maximum fluid temperature is 203 F and the maximum line pressure is 145 psi.

Bell & Gossett

www.bellgossett.com



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