HYBRID HOT WATER HEATERS
Better Water Heaters is always looking into ways to both help the environment and save you money. This is why we proudly carry the complete line of Eternal Hybrid Hot Water Heater products. Eternal is the first to combine tank and tankless hot water heater features to create a consistent water heating system. Capable of supplying nearly instant and endless hot water, the original units launched in 2006 and now has over 2 million days of combined usage. Furthermore, the next generation Eternal Condensing Hybrid is the only gas hybrid water heater to be listed with Energy Star.
Eternal Hybrid and Eternal Condensing Hybrid hot water heaters work on the Counter Flow Principle. This is an opposite approach to the way the industry has traditionally built water heating appliances. Unlike any other water heater appliance, Eternal has achieved the highest efficiency in the industry without sacrificing your comfort.
Some benefits of hybrid water heaters include:
- Consistent water pressure even with multiple taps in use
- Maintains 86% efficiency use after use with patented self cleaning
- All stainless steel construction is durable and clean
- Compact yet capable of replacing multiple tanks
- Ultra low emission as low as 3ppm NOx to reduce carbon footprint
- Computer controlled mixing valve and multiple sensors ensures precise water temperature
In Eternal's Counter Flow design, cold water enters from the bottom up as a way of self cleaning the sedimentation, while heat is pushed through 44 radiating transfer pipes. The Eternal Condensing Hybrid’s innovative 3 cycle process pushes heat in 3 directions through the water and maximizes energy transfer. In simplest terms, our patent slows the exhaust of heat by reusing the energy multiple times, rather than reducing water pressure. The end result is a small heat exchanger that is capable of replacing multiple tanks, while supplying endless hot water with consistent water pressure and doing it efficiently time after time.
Eternal Hybrid Water Heaters combine the flow capacity of tank with the continuous flow of tankless and has none of either's drawbacks.