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Rheem Electric Water Heater: 19.9 gal Tank Capacity, 25 1/8 in Ht, 19 3/4 in Wd, 1 Elements, 1 Phase, 277V AC, 6 kW Power

Item # 384U075

$860.20 Each

Product Specs

Tank Capacity: 19.9 gal
Height: 25 1⁄8 in
Width: 19 3⁄4 in
Number of Elements: 1
Phase: 1
Voltage: 277V AC
Power: 6 kW
Cold Water Inlet Size: 3⁄4 in
Hot Water Outlet Size: 3⁄4 in
Connection Location: Side
Height-to-Cold Side Connection: 5 1⁄8 in
Height-to-Hot Side Connection: 22 5⁄8 in
Maximum Temperature: 170 ° F
Single-Phase Current: 21.7 A
Application: Wide Variety of Applications and Small Enough for Installation in Limited Spaces Where Modest Quantities of Hot Water are Required
Cold Water Inlet Type: NPT
Features: Automatic Temperature Control; Long Life Heating Elements; Long Life Tank Design; Automatic Thermostat; High Efficiency Heating Element, Over Temperature Protector
Hot Water Outlet Type: NPT
Includes: (1) P Valve; (1) T Valve
Includes External Junction Box: No
Includes Internal Junction Box: Yes
Compatible with Manufacturer Part Number: Mfr. No. AM35196
Jacket Diameter: 19 3⁄4 in
Manufacturers Warranty Length: 1 yr Limited Part; 3 yr Limited Tank
Maximum Pressure: 150 psi
Minimum Temperature: 110 ° F
Mounting Style: Wall
Pack Qty: 1
Pack Unit: EA
Power Source: Corded Electric
Recovery Rate: 17 gph at 140° F Rise; 18 gph at 130° F Rise; 20 gph at 120° F Rise; 22 gph at 110° F Rise; 24 gph at 100° F Rise; 28 gph at 90° F Rise; 35 gph at 70° F Rise; 50 gph at 50° F Rise
Manufacturer Part Number: EGSP20 277V

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • Mexico
  • 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 Electric Water Heaters

Connect these standard electric water heaters to residential or commercial water lines to supply hot water throughout your facility. They heat water in a storage tank to keep it ready for use. When the current supply of hot water is used up, the tank refills and the new supply of water has to heat up before it can be used. Powered by electricity, they do not require venting.