Clage instantaneous water heaters - that means small instantaneous water heaters for one tapping point and larger instantaneous water heaters for several tapping points. We explain the differences and what you need to look out for when buying.
Small instantaneous water heater for one tapping point
You rarely need warm water and when you do, you don't need it in large quantities: then Clage small instantaneous water heaters are the right choice. But there are differences here too. They are available, for example, with:
- fixed connection or Schuko plug
- low-pressure or high-pressure fitting
- with or without tap
- with hydraulic or electronic control
Clage small instantaneous water heaters with Schuko plugs are easy to install. Plug it into the socket - that's it. But they are also available with a 400 volt connection. These units must be permanently connected by an electrician.
Important for you to know: do you need a low-pressure fitting for the small instantaneous water heater? Look at the manufacturer's instructions. If you choose the wrong fitting, the appliance may be damaged.
In this case, the Clage small instantaneous water heaters in the set are practical - i.e. the matching fitting is already included. Then nothing can go wrong.
Now you have to choose between hydraulic and electronic control. With electronically controlled ones, the water temperature is more constant, but they are usually also more expensive.
Instantaneous water heaters for multiple tapping points
You need more hot water and you also need it at the shower and washbasin - then Clage instantaneous water heaters are the right choice. Which will you choose?
- Electronically controlled instantaneous water heater
- Fully electronically controlled instantaneous water heater
For a Clage instantaneous water heater, you will definitely need a fixed connection with 400 volts. You should only install this kind of device yourself if you are a professional in electrical matters.
Electronic or fully electronic - that is the question here. At first glance, the difference may seem marginal - but it is not.
Fully electronic instantaneous water heaters are particularly energy-efficient and adjust the water temperature especially precisely to suit requirements. And to the exact degree. They are the Ferraris among instantaneous water heaters.