Niagara Water Temperature Card

Price: $1.95

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Brand Niagara Conservation
Item Number EE85
Model Number AMC109-G
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Many homes' water tanks have the water temperature set higher than necessary. This water temperature card helps you learn if your hot water temperature setting is appropriate. If it is higher than necessary, turning down the water tank temperature setting will reduce your energy costs. Run the hot water from a faucet for 3 to 5 minutes. Fill a cup with hot water and insert the card. If the number appearing along the black temperature strip is green then the number that appears is the temperature of your hot water. If the number is blue the temperature is higher than the number displayed. If it is tan then the temperature is less than the number displayed. When the number appearing is within the red square the water temperature is higher than 150F (65C). The highest needed water tank temperature is usually 140F (60C), and in some cases can be set at 120F (48C).

Specs and Features
4ever Guarantee 4ever Product
Brand Niagara Conservation
ENERGY STAR Qualified No
Item Number EE85
Model Number AMC109-G
Origin China
Warranty 1 year
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The savings for this bundle of products consists on the total savings for each individual product. To learn more about how savings are calculated click the 'learn more' link on each product.

A savings estimate is not available for this product. While this product may help you save money and natural resources, determining the savings estimate is difficult due to the nature of the product. Several reasons include:

  • This product works in conjunction with other products to reduce and save.
  • This product teaches you how to reduce and save.
  • This product is used to monitor your energy and/or natural resource consumption.
  • The individual usage of this product varies greatly.
  • This product does not reduce energy and/or natural resource consumption.