Rheem Delta mains Pressure
The title of this blog is what you would have found attached to your Rheem hot water cylinder in the early 90’s! A marketing endeavor designed to encourage home owners to return a questionnaire which will enable them to take advantage of the amazing Rheem warranty.
The back of this two color compact A4 flyer which folds into a convenient sized Free-post postcard states “Please return this questionnaire/warranty. It is your advantage for us to have it on file should the need arise to make a claim. As an additional incentive, your warranty will be entered into a monthly draw to WIN AN ELECTRIC JUG OR KETTLE, A TOASTER OR AN IRON.” I do love the “toaster” classic!
Some of these questions (eight in total, some of which are designed to “paint a demographic”) include:
- Who selected your water heater? you or your plumber?
- Where/why has this water heater been installed?
- What did your new water heater replace?
Whats also interesting is the installation diagram Rheem has attached, stating that all other valves are optional and only required as specified by the local conditions and regulations. If you look at the schematic you will also notice it does not include a tempering valve. the shower priority is correct but some of the others questionable.
Good on you Rheem for taking such an interest in your clients! For over 25 years now Rheem have been the leaders in hot water heating and they continue to lead the industry by example.