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Hot water circulator

To solve the problem of consuming hot water faster than it can be heated in a water heater, a circular pump can be installed in the plumbing circuit.

Cut the hot water line that enters the sink area just below the faucet connection. The closer this joint is to the faucet, the quicker the hot water will flow from the pumping circuit. At this pipe joint is where the water will return back into the cold water line to be re-circulated back into the hot water tank. The circulation pump will move the hot water down the normal hot water pipe to the sink but a return path for the water must be made. This is where the return line comes in to re-circulate that water back into the water heater. Insulate all the hot water lines in the circulation pumping circuit with the foam piping insulation.