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- ItemElectric Tankless Water Heater
- Water Heater DesignPoint-of-Use
- Water Heater ApplicationEyewash
- Amps AC40
- Min. Flow Activation2.20 gpm
- Temp. Range84 Degrees F
- Water Connection3/8" Compression
- Temp. Rise @ 2.5 GPM30 Degrees F
- Temp. Rise @ 20.0 GPM40A
- Residential / CommercialCommercial
- Pressure Range45 to 150 psi
- FeaturesExclusively Designed for Emergency Equipment, Uses a Digital Microprocessor for Temperature Control, Unlimited Tepid Water
- IncludesCompression Fittings, Faucet Flow Controls
- StandardsUL, IAPMO, HUD, ANSI Z358-1
Compliance and Restrictions
This product has been certified by a third party to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).
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