Electric Water Heaters - Hot Water from A. O. Smith.
Tank water heaters typically hold 40, 50, or 55 gallons or more. The size you buy depends on the number of people living in your home and your peak water usage.
The Eccotemp Mini Tank 4.0 water heater is a Point-of-Use mini tank water heater with a holding tank capible of holding 4.0 gallons that is designed to supply instant hot water on demand to any faucet without long hot water pipe runs or to supply a stand alone sink or faucet instantaneous hot water without wait. It can be used in most under the counter, point of use applications. The EM-4.0 is.
A gas water heater will recover in half the time of an electric unit. A 40-gallon gas water heater can recover in about an hour. Recovery for a 40-gallon electric water heater takes about two hours.
A.O. Smith Signature 40-Gallon Tall 6-year Limited 4500-Watt Double Element Electric Water Heater A.O. Smith Signature 50-Gallon Short 6-year Limited 4500-Watt Double Element Electric Water Heater A.O. Smith Signature 2.5-Gallon Regular 6-year Limited 1500-watt 1 Element Point of Use Electric Water Heater.
This water heater is designed to give you 10% more hot water than Standard models because cold water inlet at the bottom of the tank. Available with a 40 imperial gallon capacity, it can be connected to 120 V, 208 V or 240 V power supply. It have the same technical specifications as Standard and Cascade models, as well as other features such as a double glass lining.
The 40-gallon Rheem Medium Electric Water Heater Professional Classic Plus is engineered for longer life, high performance and lower operating cost. The Rheem has an e xclusive diagnostic system with glowing LEDs that verify heating element operation. LEDs pin point the exact location of functioning or non-functioning heating elements. The isolated tank design reduces conductive heat loss, and.
All water heaters have an FHR (first hour rating). This number signifies the number of gallons of hot water the unit can provide in a single hour, starting with a full tank of hot water. So, basically, if your FHR and peak hour demand match, your water heater will meet your hot water needs.