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I am primarily a solar installer, and have finally run into a true stinky water situation.
the system has a 75 gal bradford white internal coil tank, double wall HX. The customer reported stinky water when the system was installed, and he pulled the anode rod and I never heard from him again. a year later he called with a couple of questions, and I found out that he's had to shock the tank with chlorine tablets a half a dozen times in the year the system has been in. Primarily after he's been gone for a few days.
the system consistently gets over 140F (today on a cloudy day it's at 130 from yesterday)
does anyone have any suggestions on either an anode rod chemistry that may help this, or any other suggestions, I will appreciate them.