Bosch Tankless Hybrid Water Heater Systems
We haven’t really talked about Bosch tankless water heaters a lot here at The Tankless Hot Water Guide as we have had some bad experiences and heard from a lot of people who felt the same way. The issues with the Bosch systems were prevalent around 2006-2008 but Bosch soon came out with the GWH series tankless and corrected a number of problems, to this day the GWH are great water heaters.
2011 Bosch Introduced The Therm Series
Bosch built upon the success of the GWH systems and developed the Therm braded tankless water heaters. These systems improved upon the GWH with three primary advancements.
- Freeze protection systems were added to the tankless – basically core water containing components are protected with electrical heat tracing wire, this only turns on when the temperature of the tankless reaches the freezing mark.
- Scalability – The Therm tankless systems by Bosch now have the ability to join multiple systems together substantially increasing the amount of hot water produced. Why would you want this? Well if you ever decide to put an addition on your home, add another bathroom, or add an additional high demand hot water appliance, being able to simply add another Bosch tankless makes the process incredibly simple.
- Green Hybrid Tankless – Bosch anticipated the future and has built in an incoming water temperature sensor allowing the tankless system to be pared with a solar hot water collector. This inclusion allows the tankless to “understand” that the incoming water is pre heated and that it only needs to heat the water slight to reach desired temperature.
The Bosch Therm is thoroughly a tankless hybrid system that allows home owners to grow and expand the uses of their on demand hot water heater… And that’s a good thing since the life span of a tankless is more than 20 years!
Interested in a Bosch Tankless Water Heater? Live in Toronto or surrounding Areas?