ECOSMART 18 Electric Tankless Water Heater for Radiant Heating


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This Smart Technology electric tankless water heater is configured for climates where incoming water temperature is 62°F and above. The ECO 18 is capable of heating over 2.5 gallons per minute, which is the equivalent of one shower head and one sink. Two showers can be run simultaneously when incoming water temperature is above 70°F. Hot Water (Hydronic) Radiant Floors – Hydronic (liquid) systems are the most popular and cost-effective radiant heating systems for heating-dominated climates.

All radiant heating types and systems require an energy source. Traditionally, these sources were standard electric, gas, or oil fired boilers, wood-fired boilers, solar water heaters. Ecosmart electric tankless water heaters are 99.8% efficient making them the most efficient energy source for radiant heating. Ecosmart’s heaters are able to operate on “closed loop” systems because the exclusive self-modulating technology reads the inlet water temperature, flow rate and output setting to calculate the amount of energy needed to heat the given demand.

Eliminating the need to keep a large tank or boiler continuously hot, Ecosmart tankless water heaters provide endless hot water on demand. Prior to purchase and installation please verify this model is the rights size for your hot water needs and electrical requirements. Temperature Rise for ECO 18 * 123 degrees at 1.0 GPM * 61 degrees at 2.0 GPM * 48 degrees at 3.0 GPM * 31 degrees at 4.0 GPM * 25 degrees at 5.0 GPM * 21 degrees at 6.0 GPM Specification ECO 18 * Voltage 240 * Phase Single * KW 18 kW * Elements 2 x 9 KW @ 240 V * Amperage Draw 75 Amps * Required Breaker 2 x 40 DP * Required Wire 2 x 8 AWG * Electrical Panel 150 Amps * HZ 50/60 * Pipes fittings 3/4″ NPT * Dimensions (in.) 18″ x 14″ x 3.75″ * Weight 11.25 lbs. * Exchanger Copper * Activation flow .25 GPM * Energy Efficiency 99.8 % * Certification: UL/CSAVoltage 240

 

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