Eemax ED108480T12 EFD Series Twelve Electric Tankless Water Heater
This unit features twelve powerful heating modules. Fitted with 1-1/4" NPT bottom pipe connections; minimum operating pressure 40 PSI (maximum 150 PSI); recommended for emergency drench showers to comply with ANSI Z358.1 tepid water requirements (65°F-90°F) 26 GPM. Industrial/commercial applications. Equipped with micro processing thermostats.
Eemax ED108480T12 EFD Series Twelve Electric Tankless Water Heater Applications:
Eemax ED108480T12 EFD Series Twelve Electric Tankless Water Heater Features:
Eemax ED10848012T EFD Series Twelve Electric Tankless Water Heater Specifications:
The voltage, amperage, and circuit breaker specifications must be met for this heater to function. Please make sure all requirements are met before purchasing this heater. Manufacturer's start up procedures must be observed.
Note: All of these Eemax units are custom made to order and as such are, non-returnable and non-refundable. We urge you therefore to check your electrical supply, making sure all criteria for operating your Eemax water heater are met.
Activation Turn On:EFD= For combination Eye/Face drench shower
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