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First Breakthrough in Water Heating Technology!
Date:2/18/2010

Super Green Technologies introduces NanoTechnology Tankless Water Heaters and Takes “Going Green” to the Next Level.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) February 18, 2010 -- Super Green Technologies, Florida’s fastest growing green company, announces U.S. distribution of the most innovative and eco-friendly tankless water heaters on the market today. Super Green Technologies water heaters utilize patented technology that will set a new standard in water heating and related applications, provide far more then simply a better way to produce hot water, and achieve immediate and broad-based adoption as the company’s full product line is UL tested and approved.

Super Green’s tankless systems provide unmatched value and efficiency when compared to electric water heaters, gas water heaters, and solar water heaters, while delivering all of the benefits associated with a “green” product including: conserving water, conserving electricity, lowering energy consumption, reducing space required for installation, and reducing consumer electric and water costs. The patented nanotechnology used in Super Green’s water heaters provides even more enticing benefits such as ….

 
  • elimination of the unhealthy corrosion and sediment buildup associated with typical heating elements,
  • far less amperage required to heat water relative to typical water heaters,
  • purified soft water without the need for filters or water softeners,
  • maintenance free operation,
  • “energized” water that can provide benefits to the sk
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