09-23-2011, 05:27 PM
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Thanks Texas, but no, that would not work.
It would have to work with either a water python type of water hose, or an RV quality hose, and be able to be 'dialed in' to output 78 degree water. An 'on demand' but a different type.
I have a very cranky Moen faucet (it really needs to be replaced) that is difficult to regulate, this is the main reason it has crossed my mind.
For anyone who is an inventor, I think this would be a 'hot' item. I think a lot of aquarists would love to hook up a hose to a cold water faucet, have it go through a heater like this, and have the proper temp water go into a tank (with appropriate water conditioners of course, I use API tap water conditioner, works like a charm.).
Thanks for the input.
For the record though, the on demand water heaters are a very nice concept. They only seem to work with gas, something which we do not have.