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    I am looking for a place to buy a 40-gallon hot water sorage tank that would be compatible with the System 2000 (from Energy Kinetics). I have been browsing the web, but so far no success. The best i came across was the "indirect fire heater" type of tank. I am located in Agawam, MA. Please, reply with some suggestions.

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    Re: Energy Kinetics Hot Water Sorage Tank

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      Re: Energy Kinetics Hot Water Sorage Tank

      Any electric water heater will work just fine. System 2000 does not use the electric elements in the tank but they can just stay in there. You will disconnect the wires from everything and use the tanks thermostat to call the zone valve (24V wiring) It only needs to have a thermostat (and all electric tanks do) the tank only holds the water.
      Last edited by NHMaster3015; 04-19-2009, 07:23 AM.
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