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Laing Autocirc Undersink Instant Hot Water Circulating Pump

Laing Autocirc Undersink Instant Hot Water Circulating Pump Model e1-bcanrt1w-06

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Product Code: 01-0228

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The pump is installed under the sink or faucet farthest from the water heater -- where hot water usually takes the longest amount of time to arrive. This is a unique detection system since many other recirc pumps are installed at the water heater.

A built-in temperature sensor automatically turns the pump on when the water temperaturein the hot water supply line cools down to 85ºF.

This cool water in the hot water supply line is then pumped into the cold water line and back into the water heater.

The pump turns off automatically when the hot water supply line, reaches 95º F ensuring the instant availability of hot water with maximum temperature hot water only seconds behind.

When the pump is automatically turned off by the built-in thermostat, an auto closure device prevents hot or cold water from mixing in either supply line.

Hot water will also be instantly available at all other faucets in the supply line between the water heater and the faucet where the pump is installed.
How to install a recirculation pump
We are often asked "What's the break even on my investment for a water saving product?" With this device you will save at least 17k gallons annually on water costs.
The cost of water varies so greatly around the country. In Central Fla where we are domiciled the potable water rate averages $1/ one thousand gallons but the sewer charges are closer to $25/ one thousand gallons after an initial fee is included. So if your family uses 3000 gals per month we could say the total charge for water and sewer could be between $35 and $50. That gives you a break even of about between 7 and 12 months. The rest will go right in your pocket

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