100 Gallon - 275,000 BTU Commercial Gas Water Heater Zoom

100 Gallon - 275,000 BTU Commercial Gas Water Heater


Brand: AO Smith

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Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Application: Plumbing
Height (Inches): 72
Vent Size: 8"
Vent Type: Type B
Diameter (Inches): 27-3/4"
Capacity (Gallons): 100
Water Connection: 1-1/2"
Gas Connection: 1/2"
BTU Input: 275000
Weight (lbs): 725 lbs
Recovery 40°F Rise: 667 GPH
Recovery 100°F Rise: 267 GPH
Recovery 140°F Rise: 190 GPH
Max Pressure (PSI): 160
Max Temp (F): 180°F
Max Pressure: 14" W.C.
Hertz: 60
Warranty: 3 Yr Limited Tank

Description for AO Smith BTR-275

BTR-275 Water Heater Specifications

  • Gallon Capacity - 100 Gallons
  • Recovery Capacity GPH 100¬ Rise - 267
  • Vent Size (inches) - 6 or 8, comes with reducer, check local codes
  • Input BTU/HR - 275,000
  • Height to Vent (inches) - 72
  • Diameter (inches) - 30 1/4
  • Three year Limited Tank Warranty

Codes and Standards
  • Design-certified by UL, according to ANSZ21.10.3 - CSA 4.3 standards governing storage-type water heaters
  • Meets ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1-1999
  • Design-certified by Underwriters Laboratories Sanitation to NSF Standard 5 for 180¬F water
  • Optional ASME tank construction available

    PLEASE NOTE: The product weighs 720 lbs. and may require the use of a
    lift gate.
    If you do require a lift gate at your delivery, you'll have the option to add this FREE of charge when you checkout.

100 Gallon - 275,000 BTU Commercial Gas Water Heater

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    We have A.O.Smith Cyclon Xi,Model:BTH199966 and Ultra Force Model:SUF200199NE. One of them will soon be replaced with a new one. Question is "can we replace the existing water heater with Model:BTR-275?"
    What extra parts and works we need to install Model:BTR-275 in place of existing water heater?
    Thank you for your help.
    Asked on 1/26/2015 by Kuhn from Denver, CO, United States

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      you would need to consult an installer, the answers depend on how the existing units were installed.

      Answered on 1/29/2015 by Supplyhouse Staff from New York
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