It preheats the water in the heat exchanger yes, but it doesn’t heat the water in the 110 gallon onboard fresh water tank
Anything past a 6 flow on that is probably going to leave the carpets a little wet.I prefer to use a higher flow than what my 370 is designed for, which means the water isn't as hot as I would like it in some cases.
I've been thinking of a way to preheat the water when needed. It might not be a wise modification in hotter climates, but doable in SF.
I'll post when it's done.
I know-- that's why I have to do more dry passes. it helps to have a sight glass on the dev pro wand.Anything past a 6 flow on that is probably going to leave the carpets a little wet.
Did you hit zero last night too Dan? Glad the wind isn't blowing.I was searching for a way to heat the water in the water pond since I leave my truck out all night. I recently started recirculating the water by running my high pressure pump back to the water pond. It takes roughly ten minutes of recirc-ing to get some warm temps in the water pond. Having 80-100 gallons of warm water in the tank to start the night helps the heater keep up.