EnovaQ, an invention that brings hot water to taps in 2 seconds, saves 10 liters of water per person per day

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EnovaQ, an invention that brings hot water to taps in 2 seconds, saves 10 liters of water per person per day
Enovaq, An Invention That Brings Hot Water To Taps In 2 Seconds, Saves 10 Liters Of Water Per Person Per Day

Did you know that waiting 30 to 40 seconds for hot water to come to your faucet means a lot of waste of clean water? HWQ Concept has developed a solution called EnovaQ, which changes the way hot water is distributed and reduces this waste.

Energy Efficiency Innovation: EnovaQ

What is EnovaQ and How Does It Work?

EnovaQ is a technology that ensures the immediate availability of hot tap water, reducing the production of hot water in collective facilities by half.

It works by pushing water at high speed (60 km/h) through pipes, thanks to a motorized pump and artificial intelligence that optimizes the management of the system. This process is not only efficient but also sustainable, as it reduces water consumption and fights the spread of legionellosis.

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Enovaq, An Invention That Brings Hot Water To Taps In 2 Seconds, Saves 10 Liters Of Water Per Person Per Day

Advantages and Scope

With EnovaQ, instant hot water supply can be guaranteed even at long distances, covering up to 40 m. This translates into significant savings in heating costs and a contribution to environmental sustainability. Although primarily focused on businesses, EnovaQ represents a significant advance in energy efficiency and water conservation.

  • The HWQ process is 10 times more economical and environmentally friendly than a recirculation circuit
  • DHW production can be reduced up to 50% (800Kwh/hour/year), thereby reducing CO2 emissions to the atmosphere by 10 tons per year for a residential building with 25 apartments.
  • It allows you to reduce the consumption of hot water by up to 10 liters of water per day per person, without wasting time waiting for hot water from the tap.
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