Caution! Heater and all pipe work must be below the baptistry water level. Do not ignite heater until heating system is full of water and circulation is started. Heater and pump must be turned off prior to draining baptistry. Important To prevent coil sweating it is necessary to reduce the rate of water circulation. This can be done by installing a valve in the circulation line. Simply close down on the valve until water condensation stops accumulating on the heater coils. Note Heater, pump and pipe work can be installed beside the baptistry wall. Piping, pump and aquastat must be below baptistry water level with no air traps. #3 Hotomatic® 1 - #3 Heats 150 gallons per hour to a 60° rise 1 - #3 Heats 300 gallons per hour to a 30° rise 1 - #3 Heats 450 gallons per hour to a 20° rise Use two #3s for twice this recovery. Aproximate Hours to Heat a 1000 gallon baptistry 30 degree rise is 6 hours
The #3 HotomaticÂ® installed in the manner as an instantaneous heater provides both the domestic hot water for the church kitchen and rest rooms, as well as the Baptismal warm water. This advantage saves the church considerable money, since this one water heater does the job of two.