Hot water on-demand
The gas water heater has been engineered with advanced safety features including a pressure relief valve, over temperature protection, blower block protection and automatic shut off. Advanced engineering has created a vortex pattern inside the water mixing chamber to eliminate high temperature fluctuations to reduce the risk of hot water scalding when multiple water outlets are in use.
- Hight Heating Capacity
- Consistent Temperature
- Electronic Ignition
- Over Temperature Protection
- Auto Turn Off
- Wall Controller
- Low Pressure Alarm
- Pressure Relief Valve
- Retrofit Design
||Temperature Setting Range: 95 -124°F (35 - 51°C) Default setting temperature: 115°F (46°C) Temperature Stability: Furrion Vortex Water Mixing Technology ( 1.8-2.6°F (1-2°C))
||Operating Water Flow: 0.32 GAL (1.2L)/min Low Water Flow Protection: Auto Cut-o <0.32 GAL (1.2L)/min
||Automatic ignition: Input BTU: 13,000 ~ 60,000BTU Heating Elements: Copper Heat Exchanger Thermal Efficiency: 81%
||Over Current Protection: 10 Amp Fuse High Water Pressure Protection: 87psi (6bar)Auto Release Pressure Valve Over Temperature Protection: Software Protection - 136°F, 1.8°F (76°C, 1°C) Thermal Sensor - 135°F, 14.4°F (75°C, 8°C) Exhaust Blocking Protection:
||Gas Supply: LP (Propane) Only Gas Inlet Pressure: 11 - 14" WC Gas Line Connector: UNF 5/8'' - 18
||Electric Power Supply: DC 12V 3A
||Working Pressure (Water Inlet): 10 - 65 PSI (0.68 - 4.5bar) Water Flow: 0.32 GAL/min (1.2L) - 2.4 GAL/min (9L) Water Inlet Connector: 1/2" NPT Water Outlet Connector: 1/2" NPT
||Product Dimensions (W x H x D): 12.81 x 12.62 x 20.75" 324 x 320 x 526.6mm Net Weight (Ibs/kg): 27.6 / 12.5
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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