If you are looking to cut your monthly hot water bills you might be interested in a new device that has been created called the Heatworks water heater, which has been designed to be the most energy & water efficient, reliable & versatile water heater available.
The Heatworks Model 1 water heater has this month launched on the Kickstarter crowd funding website and been created by Jerry Callahan and his team over at ISI Technology. Check out the video after the jump to learn more about this next generation water heater.
“ISI Technology has invented and patented the most advanced, reliable, energy and water saving electric water heater in the world. It uses state of the art electronic technology to directly energize and heat the water molecules, rather than heating the water with old-school resistance heating elements. The MODEL 1 eliminates all failure modes of conventional water heating technology and provides more features at the same or less cost. This technology also offers the possibility of WiFi or “smart grid” connectivity to measure and control temperature, duration, and power levels.
The HEATWORKS MODEL 1 is a tankless electric water heater which revolutionizes the way water is heated. The MODEL 1 produces instant, endless hot water while providing up to 40% energy savings and 10% water savings. No more standing around waiting for heating elements to heat up in order to then heat the water. No more timing your mornings around having enough hot water or having the hot water run out in the middle of a shampoo. HEATWORKS MODEL 1 tankless water heaters provide a consistent, precise, reliable stream of hot water, even at low flow rates. “
The Heatworks water heater project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think Heatworks is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help the Heatworks water heater become a reality.
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