Not only the power of a household appliance, but also reliability should play an equally important role when choosing a product. It is for this reason that Intersbyt produces particularly reliable and high-quality water heaters. Capable of resisting negative factors of operation for a long time, without any negative consequences for the tank.
Each product has a unique set of advantages, otherwise, both options would not be present on the market. But, for maximum objectivity, it is best to provide a comparative analysis. He will show which tank has the best characteristics, especially in the long run. An enamelled tank will do well under the following conditions:
- relatively inexpensive steel with a layer of protective enamel;
- enamel tends to crack when heated and cooled;
- classic electric TEN spoils the enamel faster;
- relatively short warranty period.
Any, even minor damage to the enamel instantly leads to the appearance of a focus of corrosion. It is almost impossible to notice this without a complete disassembly of the water heater. The only significant advantage of a tank covered with a layer of enamel is the affordable cost for consumers.
Stainless steel tank
High-quality steel is used as a base, which is completely resistant to corrosion when in contact with ordinary tap water. The content of numerous minerals and other impurities in the water will also not be a reason for deterioration of a container for storing heated water. The important benefits are worth adding:
- The tank is not covered with additional protective layers.
- Can be used to heat any TEN, regardless of design.
- Excellent resistance to regular heating and cooling.
- Virtually maintenance-free.
- All breakdowns are reduced to the resistance of the heating element.
The only weak point is the quality of the weld. If at the production stage the stainless steel welding technology was followed, then the tank will perfectly withstand almost any period of operation. And the increased cost is fully offset by the absence of future breakdowns. Manufacturers can give an impressive warranty period of 5 or even 10 years from the date of purchase. But even after the end, its tank continues to work fine, as on the first day of launch.