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Residential Water Heater, 6 gal., 120VAC
- Item # 1PZ81
- Mfr. Model # 1PZ81
- NSN # 4520-01-054-4612
- UNSPSC # 40101825
- Catalog Page # 3803
- Shipping Weight 37.25 lbs.
- ItemPoint-of-Use Electric Water Heater
- Residential / CommercialResidential
- Tank Capacity6 gal.
- Total Watts2000
- Overall Height15-1/4"
- Jacket Dia.15-3/4"
- Height to Cold Side Connection4-1/4"
- Height to Hot Side Connection12-1/2"
- Max. Pressure150 psi
- Connection LocationSide
- Water Connection3/4" NPT
- Number of Elements1
- Temp. Range90 Degrees to 150 Degrees F, Preset @ 120 Degrees F
- Manufacturers Warranty Length6-yr. Limited Tank and Parts
- IncludesT and P Valve
- StandardsNational Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA), ASHRAE Standard 90
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).
This item is restricted for international sale.
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This is a great question, using Ohm's law to find the Amperage (not FLA that apllies to Motors) this is Amperage based on element Watts. You take the watts 2000 and divide by volts 120 = 16.6 Amps keep in mind if your line voltage is lower than 120 VAC the amperage will be heigher you will need a least a 25 Amp deticated circut.
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