EX023240TC Series Two Electric Tankless Water Heater Zoom

EX023240TC Series Two Electric Tankless Water Heater

SKU:EX023240TC

Brand: Eemax

Eemax
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Specs

Application: 1 Shower
Color: White
Material: Enameled Steel
Height: 14-1/2"
Width: 10-3/4"
Depth (Inches): 4-1/4"
Efficiency:
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99%
Max Flow (GPM): 3
Min Flow (GPM): 0.7
Flow Rate:
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0.7-3 GPM
Max Pressure (PSI): 150 psi
KW (240V): 23
Voltage:
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240v
Connection Type: Threaded
Amps (240V): 96 (2*x48)
Water Connection: 3/4"
Fuel Type: Electric
Features: Wall Mounted
Weight (lbs): 10 lbs
Warranty: 5 Year Limited Parts Warranty/ 1 Year Limited Warranty on Electical Components

Description for Eemax EX023240TC

Features:

  • Cut energy costs - flow switch activates heater only on demand (no standby heat loss)
  • 99% Energy Efficient - The power you use goes into the water, not up the chimney
  • Compact Design - fits virtually below any sink
  • Ease of installation - No T&P valve needed - Only bring one cold water line to lavatory
  • Hot or Cold water feed
  • On demand hot water - never run out
Specifications
  • 0.7 GPM Turn on-First Stage
  • Connection: 3/4" Male NPT connections on bottom
  • Amperage: 96(2x50A)-two breakers
  • Weight: 10 lbs
Eemax Limited Warranty

EX023240TC Series Two Electric Tankless Water Heater

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EemaxEX023240TC Series Two Electric Tankless Water Heater
 
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Eemax EX023240TC Series Two

By Duadiddy

from Washington, DC

Verified Buyer

Comments about EX023240TC Series Two Electric Tankless Water Heater:

The heater is used in a small 2 BR, 1 BA home. There is plenty of "heat" for showers and baths. I enjoy the continuous supply of hot water. The heater replaced a 30 gallon traditional tank heater and freed up anough space to install a new powder room. The unit is newly installed so I don't know how durable it's going to be.
I don't like the amount of noise that the unit generates. I suggest putting it in a closet or basement to contain the noise.
The new stainless steel unit might be worth the extra money. It allows adjustment of the temperature from the exterior of the cover.

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