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3 Year Warranty on Parts
Stiebel Eltron developed tankless electric water heating technology almost 90 years ago and continues as the industry pioneer and world leader. Our engineering and manufacturing tradition of excellence means you can depend on the performance and reliability of our products. Instead of storing hot water, Mini Series models are tankless, heating water instantaneously and endlessly as it flows through the unit. They are 99% efficient, and, unlike tank-type water heaters, have no stand-by energy losses. No venting is necessary, and the sleek, super-compact design even allows for installation with the unit visible. Mini models are ideal for residential and commercial point-of-use hand-washing sink applications including: bathrooms, cabins and cottages, office buildings, stores, malls, warehouses, restaurants, and gas stations. Mini models are sized based on the flow rate of the sink you are plumbing for hot water. The temperature of the hot water delivered by a Mini depends on the temperature of the incoming cold water, the water flow through the unit, and the size of the Mini model that is installed. Mini models excel at supplying water at a constant temperature rise but must be carefully matched to the application in order to operate properly. Refer to the Mini Sizing Guide and Temperature Rise Chart under 'Product Documents' to determine which model you need. Call Stiebel Eltron at 800.582.8423 if you have any sizing questions.
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Comments about Mini 2 Point-of-Use Tankless Electric Water Heater (120V):
The water pressure needs to be reduced, good for hand washing or washing out a glass, not for cleaning dishes, warms up great but would go for the larger wattage unit. Would only recommend for small a small bar sink
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Q:Can Mini 2 be used to take showers
A:The MINI2 puts out only 0.32 gallons of 90 to 100 degree water per minute. Showers require about 2-2.5 gallons per minute, so this would not be adequate for a hot shower.