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Suburban 20 Litre Hot Water Heater Gas & 240V
Suburban 20 Litre Hot Water Heater Gas & 240V
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Suburban 20 Litre Hot Water Heater Gas & 240V

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$1,012.69
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Easily installed and operated, this water heater has a high volume recovery of 40 liters/hour. The unit has a 12V igniter and can operate on gas and 240V electricity.
The power source is controlled by the flick of a switch. Gas and electricity can be used simultaneously for a higher recovery rate. These tanks are made from high tensile steel, which is porcelain lined and has been pressure tested. There is also an anode rod used to absorb electrolytic action, therefore prolonging the life of the unit.
The suburban retains heat well, as it has been fitted with an insulated jacket. The water heater is reliable, energy-efficient, and easy to maintain.
The on/off electric element rocker switch, limit switch, electric heat element, drain plug/anode rod and reset button are conveniently located in the housing behind the removable outer door.


These units can be installed at our workshop in Silverdale. Please contact us for further information regarding installation costs. Tel: 09 4278247 Email: info@vantagerv.nz

Features

  • 12V Ignitor
  • Operates on LPG gas and 240V
  • User friendly
  • Easy maintenance
  • Fast recovery rate 40 liters/hour

Technical Information

  • Capacity: 20 liter
  • 12v and 240V
  • Jet orifice size: 0.89mm
  • Test point pressure 2.63Kpa
  • Hourly gas consumption: 8.7 MJ/hour
  • Max working pressure 850Kpa
  • Element rating 1440W at 6A
  • 320mm x 320mm x 500mm(w x h x d)
  • 1 Year Factory Warranty

Availability

Not all parts are kept in our own warehouse so we do not have full control over the distribution and availability at any given time, any parts you order will be sent if they are currently available, otherwise, they will go on backorder and will be sent when the next container arrives, often the long-awaited containers arrive and most products contained within are already sold on backorder, so it sometimes pays to get your order in as soon as possible.