Boilers

ENDURAHEAT SMART 80 hot water tank | 80 L volume | 1500 W
ENDURAHEAT SMART 80 hot water tank 1 47.5 cm 45 cm
£ 303.99
Klarstein ENDURAHEAT MAX 50 hot water tank 50 litres max. 75°C 1500 watts
ENDURAHEAT MAX 50 hot water tank 50 litres 0 40.5 cm 17.1 kg
£ 192.99
ENDURAHEAT SMART 30 hot water tank | 30 L volume | 1500 W
ENDURAHEAT SMART 30 hot water tank 1 36.5 cm 340 cm
£ 219.99
Klarstein ENDURAHEAT MAX 30 hot water tank 30 litres max. 75°C 1500 watts
ENDURAHEAT MAX 30 hot water tank 30 litres 0 36.5 cm 34 cm
£ 170.99
ENDURAHEAT SMART 50 hot water tank | 50 L volume | 1500 W
ENDURAHEAT SMART 50 hot water tank 1 40.5 cm 38 cm
£ 236.99
Klarstein ENDURAHEAT MAX 80 hot water tank 80 litres max. 75°C 1500 watts
ENDURAHEAT MAX 80 hot water tank 80 litres 0 47.5 cm 23.7 kg
£ 114.99

Water heaters and boilers available at Klarstein

Water heaters are essential components of modern building technology and significantly contribute to household comfort. They serve to store and provide hot water for everyday use in private homes, businesses, or industrial facilities. Storing water in these containers allows for efficient and energy-optimized supply, as the water is centrally heated and can be withdrawn without delay when needed.

The operation of a water heater is based on the principle of thermal energy absorption and storage. Water is heated to a specific temperature by various energy sources, such as gas, oil, or electric heaters, solar thermal systems, or district heating, and is kept in the insulated storage tank. The good insulation ensures that the water remains warm for an extended period, minimizing energy losses.

There are different types of water heaters tailored to the needs and requirements of each household or facility. These include the classic boiler, which stores directly heated water, and the indirect storage, which is connected to the heating system via a heat exchanger.

In summary, water heaters are indispensable for sustainable and comfortable hot water supply. They not only allow immediate access to hot water but also support energy-efficient heating systems by optimizing the use of solar energy or excess heat from other processes.

Types of water heaters

When dealing with hot water supply in your home or commercial property, you will encounter various types of water heaters. These storage units are designed to store hot water and provide it on demand. Depending on your requirements and the existing heating system, you can choose from several types. Here are the most common types you should consider:

Boiler or Electric Storage Heater

This type of water heater operates electrically, heating water using electric energy. You often find them in homes without central hot water supply. They are easy to install and do not require a connection to other heating systems. However, they may be more expensive to operate as electricity is often more costly compared to other energy sources.

Gas or Oil Storage Water Heater

These use gas or oil as an energy source to heat water. They are connected to your central heating system and can be a cost-effective solution, especially if you already use gas or oil heating for space heating.

Solar Storage Heater

If you want to utilize solar energy, a solar storage heater is the right choice. It stores water heated by solar thermal systems. These heaters are particularly environmentally friendly and can reduce operating costs by harnessing the free energy of the sun.

Buffer Storage

Buffer storage is often used in conjunction with heating systems such as heat pumps or biomass boilers. They store the heat produced by the heating system and release it as needed to the hot water system and/or heating circuits.

Combination Storage

These multifunctional storage units combine hot water storage and buffer storage. They allow you to efficiently store and manage both heat for the heating system and domestic hot water. They are particularly practical if you want to simultaneously use multiple heat sources such as solar thermal and a heat pump.

Tankless Water Heater

Although not a storage unit in the traditional sense, tankless water heaters are an alternative to water heaters. They heat water directly upon demand, providing hot water on demand. This can be an energy-efficient solution in some situations as water does not need to be stored in advance.

When choosing the right water heater, consider your personal needs, the size of your household, and the availability of energy sources. It is often advisable to consult with a professional who can assist in sizing and selecting the optimal system.

Buying a water heater: What to consider?

When purchasing a water heater, there are several factors to consider to find a solution that is suitable for your needs and energy-efficient. Here are important points to consider before making a purchase:

Determine your needs

Calculate daily hot water demand: How many people live in the household? How often is there showering or bathing? Do you need a capacity of 80 liters, 50 liters, or 30 liters?

Consider peak times: Are there times when a particularly large amount of hot water is needed?

Choose the appropriate size

Storage volume: A too small tank leads to shortages, while a too large one leads to unnecessary energy costs. Seek advice if necessary to determine the optimal size.

Consider energy efficiency

Insulation: Look for good insulation to minimize heat losses.

Energy efficiency class: Modern devices are often labeled with an energy efficiency class. Choose a model with a high efficiency class to save costs in the long run.

Decide on the type of energy

Energy source: Consider available energy sources (electricity, gas, solar, etc.) and choose the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly one.

Check installation requirements

Space requirements: Ensure that there is enough space for the installation of the storage unit.

Connections: Check if the necessary water and energy connections are available at the installation site.

Opt for quality and durability

Materials: High-quality materials such as stainless steel or enameled steel can extend the lifespan of the storage unit.

Warranty and service: Inquire about warranty services and customer support.

Consider operating costs

Maintenance: Some types of storage units require regular maintenance. Find out about the associated maintenance costs.

Power consumption: For electric storage units, power consumption is a crucial cost factor.

Consider if combination options exist

Compatibility with other heating systems: Some storage units can be combined with solar panels or heat pumps to increase energy efficiency.

Compare offers

Price-performance ratio: Compare different models and offers. The cheapest water heater may not necessarily be the best choice.

By considering these points, you can find a water heater that not only meets your needs but is also economically and environmentally conscious in the long run. Do not hesitate to consult with experts to make the best decision for your situation.

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