Many desuperheater loops are improperly installed such that the homeowners can't determine if they are getting any value or not. Are manufacturers addressing this issue, with better diagnostics as to the functioning of the desuperheater? Loops can get clogged with minerals over time. Homeowners checking the temperature of the loop connections can be easily fooled by conduction of heat from either the water heater or heat pump. Manufacturers should consider adding an idiot LED light to alert homeowners to malfunctions with their desuperheaters. I have not seen a good rotameter (flow indicator) included in most quotes when desuperheaters are added to a system. What have others observed?