Marey Mini-Tank Electric Water Heater 2.5 Gallon 120V 20 Amp


$149.99


Retail Price: $210.00
Weight: 17.10 lbs
MPN: TANK10L

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Buy this Mini-Tank for hot water when only 110v/120v and 20 amps are available. Backed by a 5-Year Warranty.

You can have hot water for sinks and short-time-length showers in remote areas, RVs, boats, generators, food trucks, and many other applications where only 110 volts is available.

No waiting for your hot water to flow down the pipes: This mini-tank can be used in places where it takes a long time for the hot water to reach the faucet/shower from you big tank or tankless heater. Use the Marey Mini-tank for a short-term supply of hot water for a sink or shower until the hot water come from the tankless or larger tank heater.

Super compact: about the size of three gallon jugs of water.

Save water: Is your water being wasted waiting for the hot water to arrive from your tank or tankless heater? Put this under the sink and you'll have hot water in less than one second.

Get hot water as soon as you open the faucet.

Specifications

Voltage 120V
Power 1.44kV
Min.Required Circuit Breaker Size 20A
Max. Operating Pressure 150 PSI
Temperature Setting Knob Control
Tank Volume 2.5 Gallons (9.5 Liters)
Water Connections  1/2" NPT
Installation Mounted Vertically
Dimensions 10.9" W x 15.9" H x 10.7" D
Weight 17.1 lbs
Power cord length 4 feet
Plug type 3 prong
Certifications ETL Listed
Warranty 5 years

Downloads

User and Installation Manual

FAQ ("Frequently Asked Question")

Q2: How long will the hot water last until running out?
A2: The answer depends on a few factors:

• your incoming cold water temperature
• the tank temperature setting (which can be set from 60°F to 140°F)
• the flow rate of the point of use. For example, if you are using it with a kitchen sink, then the flow rate is typically 1.25 GPM. If bathroom sink, then the flow rate is typically 0.5 GPM, less than half of a kitchen sink, and makes a big difference.
• how much cold water you are mixing in to get your preferred output temperature

Let's assume that your incoming water temperature is 70°F, tank temperature setting is at the maximum 140°F, it is installed under a kitchen sink, and you are mixing cold water at the faucet to get a skin-comfortable output temperature of 105°F (not scalding hot 120°F for example). Given all that, then the hot water will last about 2.5 minutes.

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