Boilers + Tankless water heating
A storage heater, hot water storage tank, hot water storage tank etc., often also only briefly storage tank or colloquially also called boiler, is a device permanently installed in the household for the production of warm/hot water. Storage tanks are constantly filled, continuously heated and thermally insulated. A instantaneous water heater is a permanently installed device for preparing hot water. In contrast to the boiler, which provides a limited amount of hot water in a storage tank, a flow heater only heats the water when a tap is opened. Due to the high heat output, a continuous flow heater can continuously produce hot water.