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Delivers 2.0 GPM (7.6 LPM) of hot water at 240 VAC and 48 amps (multiple units can be mounted in parallel, or in several places, to provide more hot water). (Be sure to check with your electrician to be sure your system can provide the required power). This assumes incoming water temp of 70 F (21 C) and output of 110 F (43 C). You may need more than one for your application. Autosenses AC voltage from 100-277 V, and 50 - 60 hZ. Single phase power. Max current draw is set from 15 to 48 amps by user at installation. Water inlet and outlet = 3/4" "sharkbite" fittings (metric solution coming!) Accepts preheated water. Conforms to UL standard 499 and EU and CAN standards. Approximately 16 lbs (7.3 kg) , and 12.5" (32cm) long by 6" (16 cm) in diameter. WiFi module will be available in Spring 2014 and will plug into any MODEL 1 purchased now. 3 year warranty, with full unit exchange policy should you need it. No annual maintenance. Super quiet (yes, the other ones are noisy!). Comes with universal mounting brackets
Legionnaires' disease is transmitted by inhalation of aerosolized water and/or soil contaminated with the bacteria.
Over 90% of cases of Legionnaires' disease are caused by the bacterium Legionella pneumophila.
It thrives in temperatures between 25 and 45 °C (77 and 113 °F)
allen lumley wrote:... it needs
to be fed with water that has gone through a water softener or the Elements will load up with scale and fail, not as fast s a Natural Gas, or Propane/Butane '' instant'' hot water heaters Radiator-like heat exchanger fins, but fast ! Big AL
Amedean Messan wrote:At worse, you can still use a conventional or alternative tank heating system in series with this heater system because it adjusts to incoming water temperatures. Many gallons of water are wasted just waiting for hot water in my home in its current design.