Hot Water Recirculation Systems for Any Hot Water Heating System!
How does it work?
A pump at the tank or tankless heater, or installed under the sink, forces the lukewarm water from the hot supply line into the cold supply line. If a dedicated return line is used it returns the lukewarm water to the heater. A sensor/switch (Aquastat) built into the pump or an Aqua-Flash® or ODR Superflow™ By-pass valve transfers the lukewarm water into the cold pipe. The valves maintain an average 93° F (34° C) at the sink.
The under-sink pump starts when the temperature drops to 85° F (30° C) and stops when it reaches 104° F (40° C). The pump runs about 3 times an hour for 2 minutes. A built-in 24-hour mechanical timer allows the user to set the time when he wants instant hot water. An ON DEMAND button/motion sensor or app can also activate the system.
US Patents, RTM, 9,864,647, D834, 145, 8,083,500, 8,303, 184, 9,328,736, 10,612, 793, 5,501,838, 4,507,949, 11,193,605. Canadian Patents 2,883,495 & 2,935,949
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If you have any questions about Aquamotion hot water recirculating pumps or any plumbing need in Santa Rosa, San Rafael or the rest of Marin and Sonoma Counties please give us a call at John Owens Services, Inc. We have been proudly servings these regions for over 30 years. We’d love to talk to you about how the process might be able to help you save money and live better.
Our philosophy is simple, we always want to maintain equipment to give it the longest life possible. Next, we want to focus on repairing when something goes wrong. Then only as the last choice, we replace equipment when needed. That’s the John Owens Way.