Enhanced Heating Elements
Dual 4500 watt elements for the fastest recovery and reliable operation.
DynaClean™ Diffuser Dip Tube
Helps reduce lime and sediment buildup, maximizes hot water output. Made from long lasting PEX cross-linked polymer.
High Uniform Energy Factors
Eco-friendly non-CFC foam insulation, heat traps and specially designed combustion chamber combine to produce a high Uniform Energy Factor for maximum savings on operating costs.
CoreGard™ Anode Rod
Our anode rods have a stainless steel core that extends the life of the anode rod allowing superior tank protection far longer than standard anode rods.
- Delivers 57-gallon first hour rating
- Dual 4,500-watt commercial-grade heating elements deliver reliable and efficient hot water
- Long-lasting lower Incoloy™ stainless steel element
- HUD compliant, approved for mobile homes/manufactured housing
- Patented Blue Diamond® glass tank lining protects against corrosion
- DynaClean™ automatic cleaning system protects against sediment build-up
- Stainless steel Coregard™ anode rod protects against corrosion longer than ordinary anodes
- Commercial-grade brass drain valve for durable and easy operation
- CSA Certified and ASME Rated T&P Relief Valve, Factory-Installed
- 6-year limited tank and parts warranty
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Small Water Heater
Energy Star Rated:
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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