There is that advantage when you can get hot water in public hand washing areas, offices, buildings, malls, concession stands and service stations. Especially when the weather is changing and washing your hands in cold freezing water is just out of the question.
With the Eemax SP3012 Single Point Electric Tankless Water Heater these places can be assured to provide hot water on demand without delay. Of course in these kinds of areas, you need to be fast and clean. And with the help of the Eemax SP3012 you don’t need several minutes to wait for the tap water to heat up because by the time you open the tap, you are sure to have hot water ready for use.
Since it is electric and tankless, you do not need to have steady heat ready just like a conventional storage water heater would require. And because this is so, energy costs are minimized meaning a reduction of energy consumption and the electric bills, which brings us to conclude that you would be able to save money and energy with the Eemax SP3012 Single Point Electric Tankless Water Heater.
Aside from the savings, the Eemax SP3012 Single Point Electric Tankless Water Heater is very easy to install. It can be easily mounted on the wall or under the sink at point of use. You only need one water line that brings in the cold water.
It comes with the Flow Restrictor Faucet Aerator which already comes with the unit that allows an excellent spray pattern when in use. It also has a sensor and metering faucet compatibility which allows hands free usage. And since this is already compact, the design and durability is never in question since it is constructed with high strength reinforced engineering plastic.
The Eemax SP3012 Single Point Electric Tankless Water Heater is applicable for those point-of-use needs. Though it may be used in sinks at home like the kitchen. Its features would work better in these specific areas Shopping Malls, Office and Tenant Spaces, Commercial Buildings (restaurants, etc.), Modular Buildings/Modular Offices, Public Hand Washings, Service Stations, Schools, and Concession Stands.