From the bloggers at Gr8Lakes Camper.
One reason the new Truma AquaGo hybrid instant water heater is becoming a success in the North American market is the way it has addressed a problem with many tankless water heaters that are installed in RVs.
Before developing the Truma AquaGo, Truma researched the U.S. RV market and discovered that available on-demand hot water heaters tended to have fluctuating water temperatures that can spike and sometimes scald the user. Because of this, RV buyers have become wary, and the market for tankless or on-demand water heaters has remained relatively small.
In response, Truma engineers developed a method to deliver the constant water temperature that people want and need. The Truma AquaGo temperature stabilizing vessel is a patent pending technology that mixes the hot water from the heat exchanger with cooler buffer-water in the vessel.
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