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Re: heating

Subject: Re: heating
by suey2 on 23/11/2014 15:07:56

I used to have two heaters when I had the conventional 'in-tank' style ones, I found it was better than one. I had two 300w ones for my 350 litre (primarily because they came with it!) and then the same when I upped the tank size to 600 litres. I also tried the Rena Smartheaters that fit over the intake of the filter pipe, but I wasn't impressed with those. I've now got thermofilters and those are much better than any standalone heater I've tried, I wouldn't go back now

But going back to your original question, I'd go for two heaters on the back of the tank equidistant from each other and the sides. If that makes sense. That should help stop hot/cold spots as long as there is good circulation in the tank Plus if one fails then there other is still there.