- Helps reduce smelly water conditions caused by bacteria when installed in a water heater tank
- This component does not compromise compliance of the California low lead requirements
- Water Heater Type: Gas or Electric
- Extends water heater tank life
- Material: Aluminum
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Reliance Anode Rod 3/4 "
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Diameter: 3/4 in. Height: 42 in. Material: Aluminum. Water Heater Type: Gas or Electric. male thread. Extends water heater tank life. Helps reduce smelly water conditions caused by bacteria when installed in a water heater tank. This component does not compromise compliance of the California low lead requirements. Non warranty item.
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I am on well water and had a horrible rotten egg smell in my new house coming from the hot water side of fixtures. Talking with the water heater manufacturer they recommended changing the anode rod. My 80 gallon water heater required two of these anodes. After draining the tank and installing this rod, I no longer have the rotten egg smell.
This new anode has been in for a month or so and I have had Zero problems and my water smells good.
I am very happy.
The photo for this product shows a blue rod. The rod I received was silver. But the part number on it when I searched the internet came up as aluminum zinc alloy so I thought it was correct and would fix the problem. Now I am hoping the smell does not continue to worsen. If it does then I will be removing the rod and cutting it so I only have the plug. I feel like I should have saved the 65 dollars and done that in the first place.
We're on a well, so no chlorine in our water. If you are on city water, you have rotten egg smells from your hot water and a long way from the treatment plant, this may be a solution for you. Chlorine does kill the bacteria, and most people on municipal water will never have this problem.
3 months later, we're still enjoying the water, with no odor at all.