You need to know what you're looking for when looking for hot water cylinders Auckland. The following are some of the basic considerations you need to be aware of when getting ready to buy a water cylinder for your home.
Type of Fuel: The type of fuel your cylinder will use is another consideration. The main options are gas or electric heaters. The primary advantages of gas heaters are that they are less expensive to operate and continue during power outages. However, they must be vented to the outside of the house, can be slightly more dangerous, and require more money to install initially.
Whole House or Point of Use: Most hot water cylinders Auckland are whole house systems. That is, they supply hot water to all the appliances in the entire house. But some may be considered the point of use hot water cylinders Auckland. That is, they are used with a specific plumbing appliance like a single sink or shower. They may be installed underneath these fixtures and supply hot water only to them. So consider which of these you need, since obviously a point of use cylinder will not need to be as large or energy consuming.
Capacity: Capacity is the volumetric consideration. There will likely be detailed information on this included with the cylinder itself. Basically, you need to suit the size of the cylinder to the number of kitchens and bathroom you have and the appliances they contain. You can determine gallons per minute flow rates for each appliance, add them all up, and then see if the cylinder is rated for that capacity.
Dimensions: The dimension of the cylinder is the amount of literal space it takes up. Hot water cylinders Auckland will have dimensions printed on them or you can measure them yourself. This mainly is a consideration regarding how much space the cylinder will take up in your basement or wherever you will place it.