Hot Water Recirculating Pump, What it Is?
Have you given much thought to why you get cold water on the first instance of turning the faucet on? How large or small your home is will determine the length of your waiting period to receive hot water. This process takes a big amount of water and is very inconvenient.
The reason for this ordeal simply boils down to the distance to be traveled by hot water. On switching on the faucet, hot water pushes toward your sink. The water is stopped when it is turned off, hence the water that cannot be returned into the tank will be left in the pipe and cool with time. The cold water remaining in the pipe is pushed out by fresh hot water.