50 Gallon Conservationist Residential Electric Water Heater - Short Model Zoom

50 Gallon Conservationist Residential Electric Water Heater - Short Model


Brand: AO Smith

AO Smith
PXHS-50 has been discontinued.
Direct Replacement:
Brand: AO Smith



Application: Plumbing
Fuel Type: Electric
Capacity (Gallons): 50
1st Hour Delivery (Gallons): 62
Energy Star Rated: No
Energy Factor: 0.95
Water Connection: 3/4"
Max Input (KW): 5.5
Standard Input (KW): 4.5
Height (Inches): 50
Diameter (Inches): 24"
Weight (lbs): 160 lbs
Recovery 90°F Rise: 21 GPH
Warranty: 10 Year Limited Tank & Parts Warranty

Description for AO Smith PXHS-50

The top-of-the-line Conservationist electric water heater is fully loaded with all A.O. Smith's leading innovations. For consumers looking for maximum energy savings and excellent output, the Conservationist is the model of choice.


  • 3"-thick CFC-free foam insulation, external heat traps and other features combine to produce a higher .95 Energy Factor that maximizes savings on operating costs.
  • Blue Diamond glass coating provides superior corrosion resistance compared to industry-standard glass lining.
  • DynaClean II automatic sediment-cleaning system - creates turbulence in tank for maximum protection against lime and sediment buildup
  • 4500W Phoenix low-watt density Incoloy steel upper and lower heating elements - designed to operate more efficiently and last 2-3 times longer than standard copper elements
  • COREGARD - An A.O. Smith exclusive magnesium anode with stainless steel core protects tank against corrosion longer than ordinary steel anodes.
  • Tamper-resistant brass drain valve
  • CSA Certified and ASME rated T&P relief valve
  • Extra warranty protection - 10 year limited tank and parts warranty

PLEASE NOTE: The product weighs 160 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.

50 Gallon Conservationist Residential Electric Water Heater - Short Model

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