Wireless instant hot water system

The ecocirc wireless instant hot water designed for plumbing systems without a recirculation line.


The ecocirc wireless instant hot water designed for plumbing systems without a recirculation line. Courtesy: Bell & GossettDesigned for plumbing systems without a recirculation line, the ecocirc wireless instant hot water system from Bell & Gossett, a Xylem brand, uses electronically communicated motor technology to operate using 20 W of power. The system's battery-operated paired valve, equipped with an onboard temperature sensor and wireless RF transceiver, communicates with the circulate pump mounted to the water heater or hot water source to deliver temperature controlled hot water. The ecocirc wireless hot water system saves energy through technology that turns the pump on when hot water needs replenishing. The lead-free system also contains a built in 24-hr timer with an optional push-button start to adjust the system to the user's schedule.

Bell & Gossett


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