As the name indicates the purpose of a water heater is to provide hot water. The most commonly used forms of this heater are the tank water heaters and the tankless water heater. The anatomy or construction of water heater is that the whole heater is insulated and there are two pipes arranged parallel to each other. Perpendicular to both these pipes there is present a gas burner at the bottom. In case of tank water heater the cold water is given to the heater, it stores it and then heat it when used whereas in tankless water heaters there is such an arrangement that there is no tank for storage but as the hot water goes out from heater the underground cold water automatically gets filled in it and you can use as much water as you want without the wear that the tank would get empty anytime. There is a large number of applications of these water heaters and among the two types, the tankless heaters are better and are expensive. Tankless Water Heaters make ideal for the fulfillment of all types of residential applications.
Regards: Edna Baker
Specialist: Water Heater Repair In New Jersey