GL2.5 Ariston Electric Point Of Use Mini-Tank Water Heater Zoom

GL2.5 Ariston Electric Point Of Use Mini-Tank Water Heater

SKU:GL2.5

Brand: Bosch

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Specs

Fuel Type: Electric
Application: 1 Sink
Voltage:
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120v
Width (Inches): 14"
Wattage:
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1500
Height (Inches): 14
Depth (Inches): 10-1/4"
Warranty: 6 Year Tank Warranty/ 1 Year Parts

Description for Bosch GL2.5

Model GL2.5 point-of-use electric mini-tank water heater

Bosch GL2.5 Eletric Point Of Use Tankless Water Heater
Ariston mini-tank electric water heaters come in three models that store up to 2.5, 4 and 6+ gallons of water. By installing an Ariston point-of-use water heater, you eliminate the need for a large bulky storage tank. It can even be installed in-line with a larger water source. Ariston heaters are aesthetic on the outside and glass-lined on the inside for a long life. Quick economical recovery and superior insulation for high efficiency make this mini-tank water heater the logical choice.
Capacity: 1 Appliance
Dimensions: 10.25"D x 14"W x 14"W
Weight: 16
Water Connections: 1/2"
Warranty: 6-year warranty on tank, 1 year on parts
Features:


  • Eliminates long waits for hot water
  • Glass-lined tank for longer life
  • Easy Installation
  • Installs independently or in-line with large hot water source
  • Plugs right into a 110 volt outlet

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GL2.5 Ariston Electric Point Of Use Mini-Tank Water Heater

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4.0

Works great!

By Korgen

from Portland, OR

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Comments about GL2.5 Ariston Electric Point Of Use Mini-Tank Water Heater:

I installed this heater under a bathroom sink in a mother-in-law apartment. It delivers hot water at normal flow rates with only 110 volts (as apposed to instant heaters). If you don't need alot of hot water all at once this unit fills the bill.

 
4.0

Does what it is supposed to

By Tim the tool guy

from Central Mass

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Comments about GL2.5 Ariston Electric Point Of Use Mini-Tank Water Heater:

I use it inline with an on demand hot water heater. I get hot water sooner and temperature control is steadier. Installation was easy.

 
5.0

works great, no complaints

By Jim

from Mid state South Carolina.

Verified Buyer

Comments about GL2.5 Ariston Electric Point Of Use Mini-Tank Water Heater:

I always had to run the hot water faucet for a very long time due to the placement of our water heater. I purchased two of these point of use heaters and use one in our kitchen and one between both of or sinks in our bathrooms. We no longer have to wait for hot water as we get hot water immediately now with our new point of use water heaters.

 
5.0

I absolutely love my mini water heater.

By Sharon B

from Brandon, MS

Verified Buyer

Comments about GL2.5 Ariston Electric Point Of Use Mini-Tank Water Heater:

Instead of wasting a lot of water waiting for the hot water to reach the kitchen sink, it's now instant. This is really spoiling me! I highly recommend the Ariston as it was easy to install and keeps the water very hot, and I'll never have another kitchen without one of these under the counter!

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    If I put a mini-tank water heater under my kitchen sink, where should the T&P relief valve be drained to? Also, is a drain pan needed under it? The installation looks pretty easy -- I just need advice about the drains, which I suppose would be used rarely, if ever.
    Asked on 12/5/2010 by DJ the planner from NE Ohio

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      You would need to run the relief valve to a drain (i.e. a sink drain). A pan is not required for this unit.

      Answered on 12/6/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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