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seemax

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Not the screw on variety though...not as simple to setup
 

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... and not stainless ... not as simple to maintain.
 

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the Incaloy element is meant for hardwater so it would also not be inconceivable that it would be suitable for use where crud will build up. Maintenance would not be an issue. What is going to happen to it? It won't rust and should be durable enough to deal with a good scrub. It should seal OK or is there something I don't know?
 

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the Incaloy element is meant for hardwater
The 3 elements in the OP are all copper and suggested for soft water use - I didn't look into the website any deeper for other models that might be Incaloy.
 

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The 3 elements in the OP are all copper and suggested for soft water use - I didn't look into the website any deeper for other models that might be Incaloy.
Yep. I just used them as an example of prices. The incaloy is the hard water one and the same price within a dollar or too.
 

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The price is the normal for these type of elements. Example here.

I would stick with the bolt in ones for ease of install.


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