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Electric Tankless Water Heater: 208V AC/240V AC, 131° F Max Water Temp, 110° F Max Ambient Op Temp, 8 gpm Max Flow Rate

Item # 605W993

$310.65 Each

Product Specs

Voltage: 208V AC; 240V AC
Maximum Water Temperature: 131 ° F
Maximum Ambient Operating Temperature: 110 ° F
Maximum Flow Rate: 8 gpm
Cold Water Inlet Size: 1⁄2 in
Hot Water Outlet Size: 1⁄2 in
Height: 14 3⁄16 in
Phase: Single
Power: 7.2 kW; 9.6 kW
Application: Under sink; Commercial
Cold Water Inlet Type: NPT
Hot Water Outlet Type: NPT
Mounting Style: Vertical
Specifications Met: ETL; NSF/ANSI 372; CAN/CSA E335-1 and E335-2-35
Cold Water Inlet Gender: Male
Current: 50 A
Depth: 4 1⁄8 in
Electric Frequency: 50 Hz; 60 Hz
Electrical Connection: Terminal Blocks
Element Style: Copper Sheathed Housed in Cylinder
Energy Factor: 0.99
Features: Advanced Microprocessor Control; Code Compliance Made Easy; No Scalding; Simple Plumbing System Design; Sleek Design Fits in Anywhere; Seismic Proof Construction; Superior, German Engineered for Proven Reliability
Heater Power: 0.75 BTU/hr
Hot Water Outlet Gender: Male
Manufacturers Warranty Length: 7 yr Leakage; 3 yr Parts
Minimum Flow Activation: 0.29 gpm
Minimum Temperature: 86 ° F
Minimum Ambient Operating Temperature: 35 ° F
Pack Qty: 1
Pack Unit: EA
Power Source: Corded Electric
Relief Pressure: 150 psi
RoHS Compliant: Yes
Temperature Rise: 8° F at 8 gpm; 6° F at 8 gpm; 16° F at 4 gpm; 12° F at 4 gpm; 26° F at 2.5 gpm; 20° F at 2.5 gpm; 11° F at 6 gpm; 8° F at 6 gpm; 44° F at 1.5 gpm; 33° F at 1.5 gpm; 98° F at 0.5 gpm
Width: 7 1⁄8 in
Wire Size: 8 AWG

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • Germany
  • This product has been certified by a third party to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).

About Tankless Electric Water Heaters

Compact tankless electric water heaters heat water as it passes through the unit, eliminating the need to wait for a tank of water to heat up before use. Because they do not have a storage tank, they use less energy and take up less space than standard electric water heaters. They are powered by electricity and do not require venting.

When choosing a tankless water heater, select a unit with a maximum flow rate that exceeds the total flow rate for the fixtures that will be supplied by the unit and a maximum water temperature that exceeds the water temperature required by the fixtures. On average, kitchen sinks and dishwashers use 1.5 gpm of water at 110° F, washing machines use 2 gpm of water at 120° F, showers use between 2.5 to 3 gpm of water at 104° F, and bathtubs use 4 gpm of water at 102° F.