The SHC 6 gallon mini-tank 120 V. electric water heater frees up precious space while providing plenty of hot water for hand washing or kitchen type applications. Why store 30 or more gallons of hot water when 6 gallons are sufficient for the job? By putting the hot water right where is is needed, you can reduce pipe runs from a central hot water tank. This reduces the use of water and energy. The smaller tank coupled with good insulation also reduces the stand-by losses in comparison with larger tank type water heaters. The unit installs right under or near the sink. Lightweight and compact, the SHC mounts to the wall *bracket included). You plumb it to the cold water supply line. Once it is filled with water, simply plug the 3-prong grounded pigtail (included) into a 110-120 V. outlet. With only an 11A current draw, no special wiring is required. The unit offers a 6 year warranty on the tank, and 2 years on all the other components of the unit. Use include: Commercial, Industrial, Institutional and Residential such as: Office Buildings, Stores, Malls, Warehouses, Bathroom Sinks, Kitchen Sinks, Laundry Areas, Cabins/Cottages, Restaurants, Gas Stations, Schools, and Hotels/Motels. Technical Data: Single Phase: 60/50Hz; Voltage: 120 V.; Wattage: 1300W; Amps: 11.3A; Nominal water volume: 6 Gal/22.7 Liter; Maximum operating pressure: 150 psi/10 Bar; Maximum adjustable temperature: 140 F/60 C; Recovery time: 45 minutes; Water connections: 1/2 In. Male NPT; Standby heat loss: 0.39 kW/day; Weight empty: 26.5 Lb./12.0 Kg.; Dimensions (HxWxD)" 20-1/2 In. H./ 520 Mm. x 15-1/8/385 Mm. W. x 15 In. 380 Mm. D. The SHC series is tested and certified by WQA against NSF/ANSI 372 for lead free compliance. UL/CSA Certified. Stiebel Eltron has a superior technical support staff in West Hatfield, MA that can offer sizing recommendations, troubleshooting and technical help at 1-800-582-8423.
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including nickel (metallic) which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.