75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas) Zoom

75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

SKU:M-I-75S6BN

Brand: Bradford White

Bradford White
Qty Price
$1,039.95
/ each
$1,999.90 / box (2 units x $999.95)
In Stock! Ships in 24-48 Hours
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Specs

Intended Household: 5+ Person
Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Application: Plumbing
Capacity (Gallons): 75
BTU Input: 76000
Vent Size: 4"
Venting: Atmospheric
Gas Connection: 1/2"
Water Connection: 1"
Recovery Efficiency: 80%
Height (Inches): 62.375
Diameter (Inches): 24"
Depth (Inches): 28-3/8"
Weight (lbs): 238 lbs
Warranty: 6-Year Limited Tank/ 6-Year Limited on Component Parts

Description for Bradford White M-I-75S6BN

PLEASE NOTE: This water heater cannot be sold to residents of certain southern California zip codes due to Air Quality Regulations. To view a list of zip codes where this heater cannot be installed, click here.

This high input model utilizes a draft diverter and is atmospherically vented. It offers a large gallon capacity and high recovery rate. This translates to an increased amount of hot water available at a usable temperature in less time than normal.

Features:

  • Bradford White ICON System - Intelligent gas control with proven millivolt powered technology and built-in piezo igniter. A standard, off the shelf thermopile converts heat energy from the pilot flame into electrical energy tooperate the gas valve and microprocessor. No need for external electricity.
  • Enhanced Performance - Proprietary algorithms provide enhanced First Hour Delivery ratings and tighter temperature differentials.
  • Advanced Temperature Control System - Microprocessor constantly monitors and controls burner operation to maintain consistent and accurate water temperature levels.
  • Intelligent Diagnostics - An exclusive green LED light prompts the installer during start-up and provides ten different diagnostic codes to assist in troubleshooting.
  • Pilot On Indication - Flashing green LED provides positive indication that pilot is on.
  • Separate Immersed Thermowell - High strength advanced polymer composite thermowell provides isolation between electric temperature sensor and surrounding water. No need to drain the tank when removing gas valve.
  • Factory Installed Hydrojet 2 Total Performance System - Cold water inlet sediment reducing device helps prevent sediment build up in tank and increases first hour delivery of hot water.
  • Vitraglas® Lining - Bradford White tanks are lined with a exclusively engineered enamel formula that provides superior protection from the highly corrosive effects of hot water. This formula (Vitraglas®) is fused to the steel surface by firing at a temperature of over 1600ºF.
  • Side Connections - 3/4" NPT tappings that allow easy connections for space heating applications (potable water only).
  • Non-CFC Foam Insulation - Covers the sides and top of tank, reducing the amount of heat loss. This results in less energy consumption, improved operation efficiencies and jacket rigidity (M-I-75 has 1-1/4" and M-I-100T has 2").
  • Pedestal Base.
  • Water Connections - Factory installed true dielectric fittings extend water heater life and eases installation.
  • Hand Hole Cleanout - Allows inspection of tank interior and facilitates the removal of sediment deposits (M-I-100T models only).
  • Protective Magnesium Anode Rod.
  • 4" "Snap Lock" Draft Diverter.
  • T&P Relief Valve - Included.
  • Brass Drain Valve - Tamper proof design.

PLEASE NOTE: The product weighs 238 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.

75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

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5.0

Exceptional product at reasonable price

By Norb

from St Paul Mn

Verified Buyer

Comments about 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas):

Installation was easy. The product is performing exactly as claimed. Shipping was prompt and it arrived ahead of the published delivery.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

24 Inch Diameter and 75 Gallons

By David

from Fredericksburg, TX

Verified Buyer

Comments about 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (LP Gas):

With 3 bathrooms, I need storage capacity and fast recovery. This product is unique with 75 Gals and only 24" diameter. Very well made with quality materials. Well packed; no shipping damage.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Water Heater

By Coach

from Visalia, CA

Comments about 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas):

Easy to install & ran perfect. My gas bill even cut in half using my new heater!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great product, great supplier

By Nitin

from Plainsboro, NJ

Verified Buyer

Comments about 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas):

First experience ordering water heater through Pex Supply. Great experience, prompt service and delivery. Furnace cap was bent and pex supply addressed the issue promptly. Will certainly recommend and use Pex Supply again. :-)

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Smooth install, 1 inch pipes

By Eddie

from Detroit, MI

Verified Buyer

Comments about 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas):

Standard installation with gravity recirculation into bottom port with 3/4 inch dialectric union added. Tank is heavy but used large hand truck to move.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Correct product

By Butch

from Dillon, CO

Verified Buyer

Comments about 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater - Nat Gas (Custom Order):

Used for water and heat. Efficient. Have not had it long enough to find anything wrong with product.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

good

By Mike

from Chicago, IL

Verified Buyer

Comments about 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas):

Cold water goes in, hot water comes out, pulls it off without leaks. Installed as easily as any other water heater and came with nipples already attached. Can't ask for much more other than it lasting forever. Oh, also has great recovery.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very good price [...]

By Vince O

from Chicago IL

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Comments about 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas):

Bought 2 of these. Great price. [...] I would definately order with them again. Tanks are installed and work great.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good product, [...]

By Weekend Plumber

from Akron, OH

Verified Buyer

Comments about 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas):

[...] great price and the water tank is exactly what i needed. I was quoted $1700 (inc Installation), i did the install in 3-hours and saved myself $ 800+. This is not an inexpensive tank, [...] I got name brand, high quality product and a nice little savings.

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  • 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

    Q:

    I have 2.5 bathrooms in a 2000 sq ft single level retirement home (new construction). Installing a 155 gallon soaking tub in master bath. Don't know if 75 gallon will recover if soaking tub is the only appliance being used during fill up? Fairly cold winters at
    4300 ft in elevation.
    Asked on 6/21/2013 by al from Bend, Oregon

    4 answers

    • A:

      We own an 85-gallon jetted tub (which gets used almost every day) and a 75-gallon water heater (not this particular one), which fills this size tub just fine, with hot water to spare. However, I doubt very much if it would fill your 155-gallon tub. If I were you, I'd go with at least a 100- or 125-gallon tank. You won't be sorry if you do. (Our current water heater has lasted 23 years, but finally quit today, so we're considering purchasing this Bradford White model. It gets great reviews.)

      Answered on 2/28/2014 by mpofoly from Olympia, WA
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      My opinion is it would not if you were to fill it full...100 gal then cold.
      BB

      Answered on 6/30/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have no issues with it in a 4000 sqft house with 6 baths, including one
      with 6 shower heads. It seems that even when the full 75 gal is used, it
      can produce at least moderately warm water to keep up.

      Answered on 6/21/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      My home was also built in 2000 with 2.5 bath / 3,000 sq ft and zero elevation.
      My master soaking tub is slight smaller at 75 gallons and I can verify the water heater does go cold before its all the way filled. To overcome this I usually turn only hot valve on and let the tub fill solely with hot water. Once it goes cold (about 3/4 the way filled) the remaining cold balances out the very hot water for the remaining 1/4 and it ends up being the perfect temperature at the end .
      The water heater takes about 45min to an hour to fully recover. If your tub is over 150 gallons I don't think you will have the same luck.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 6/25/2013 by Anonymous
  • 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

    Q:

    What is the average cost to run this per year? Since it does not have an EF rating and I would like to compare running costs with a 50 gal model that says it costs $315.00 a yr to run/year. We are a family of 5 and not sure what size tank to get and many have told us that 50 would be just fine for us - I think this info would help me. thanks
    Asked on 7/27/2012 by Jill

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I am not sure of the costs but my bill has not increased from replacement of my 50-gallon tank. Works very well and is perfect for our family of 5 (4-girls).

      Answered on 7/27/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I live in Nevada at a 5000 foot elevation. I have the 75 gallon water
      heater, gas range top, gas dryer and a gas heating and air conditioning
      system. We also have a recirculation pump for on demand hot water. My
      current natural gas bill was $48.00. In the winter, my cost goes up to
      $180.00. (Primarily heating) This is for a family of two adults. You need
      to consider the competition and demand for hot water at a given time by your
      family of 5. Every family is different. For the difference in cost, I
      opted for the water heater that gave me 50% more capacity so I would not
      have to worry about running out of hot water during peak demand periods.

      Answered on 7/28/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      We are a family of 4. We used to have 50 gal tank and it was not enough.
      This tank works just fine. I do not know how much more per month we pay

      Answered on 7/29/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Jill - We are a family of five and my gas bill is running about $24 - 25/mo
      with this heater. Gas usage is averaging about 30 therms per month. That
      also include a gas range for cooking on which we use 1 meal per day. I
      would say it would be at least as efficient as your current heater and
      maybe even due a little better. I have been pleased with it. Good luck.
      Brent

      Answered on 8/7/2012 by Anonymous
  • 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

    Q:

    What is ths "Energy Factor" of model mi75s6bn
    Asked on 5/17/2012 by N/A

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      This model is not rated with an Energy Factor because its input BTU rating is more than 75,000 BTUs.

      Answered on 5/23/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

    Q:

    Does this unit come with high altitude jets? Or do you have to purchase it separate. I'm at 6500'
    Asked on 5/9/2012 by sopris kid from Glenwood Springs, Co

    3 answers

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      To use this unit at altitudes above 2,000 feet, you must purchase a high-altitude model or the appropriate parts to modify the standard unit.

      Answered on 5/9/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I'm not sure what you mean by high altitude jets? I recently purchased this
      unit. My home is located at a 5000 foot elevation. I had PEX Supply do a
      special order for my unit which involved having the factory install a
      pressure release valve for installations situated at a 5000 foot elevation.
      This eliminates any problems related unwanted water heater pressure release
      due to poor engineering.
      Hope this helps,
      Larry Gray

      Answered on 5/9/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Not sure...I live at 6,000 and it seems to work just fine. I like the unit
      overall very well. Seems to be better quality than what you can find at
      the big box stores...Hope that helps at least a little.

      Answered on 5/9/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
  • 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

    Q:

    I am interrested in this HWH. ONe question. The LED, is this battery powered or is there power to the hot water heater?
    Asked on 1/18/2012 by Andrew from New Jersey

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      This unit does not require any electric or battery power. The thermopile powers the LED indicator.

      Answered on 2/2/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (LP Gas)

    Q:

    I just purchased this same water heater in April, now they are putting in a natural gas line on my road. Do they have a conversion kit to Nat gas for this model? If so what does it consist of and price? The plumbing contractor i hired told me they do according to the rep but was 96 bucks, this don't sound right if it needs a control valve and a burner assembly, please help. Thank you
    Asked on 12/16/2011 by JD from Pataskala, Oh

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      You can find the correct part numbers at the link below (correct model number depends on altitude of installation and serial number of the unit). If any of the parts are not already available on our website, please contact our customer service department for a quote.

      http://www.bradfordwhite.com/images/shared/pdfs/partslists/47479-A.pdf

      Answered on 12/16/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

    Q:

    Does this item, as shown (approx. ~$800) include the 239-47463-02 Gas Control Valve? Or is the valve an additional requirement above and beyond the tank itself?
    Asked on 11/22/2011 by Anonymous

    2 answers

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      The gas control valve is included. The new ICON gas control valve is listed as part 239-48275-01.

      Answered on 11/23/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • A:

      According to the product specifications part of the manual (see link), there is no "gas control valve" but there is a "combination gas control and thermostat" and a "drain valve" shown in the diagram on page 27. There are also instructions for various gas controls made by different companies (Robertshaw, Honeywell, and White Rodgers) so that seems to imply at least the gas control is not included, but I am not certain.

      Answered on 11/27/2011 by Anonymous from None
  • 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

    Q:

    Is a thermal expansion tank required or recommended with this unit? If so, what is the recommended size?
    Asked on 11/22/2011 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      You will need an expansion tank on this unit if you are required to install a backflow preventer on your cold feed line.

      Answered on 11/23/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

    Q:

    Can you use the space heat exchange opening for temperature and pressure relief valve instead of the original open because of space limitation for the water heater? The space heat opening is next the relief valve opening.
    Asked on 3/25/2011 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      This should be fine, as long as the sizing matches up.

      Answered on 3/28/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 75 Gallon - 76,000 BTU High Input Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Residential Water Heater (Nat Gas)

    Q:

    Can a power vent be attached and used with this unit?
    Asked on 1/3/2011 by Kurt from Baltimore, Md.

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      The M-I-75S6 is an atmospheric vent heater which should be vented through the roof. It is not designed or certified to be vented it through a side wall. A TTW power vent water heater would probably be the best choice for that application.

      Answered on 1/20/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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