Niagara Industries Titan-SCR2 Electronic Digital Tankless Water Heater
The Titan-SCR2 is the new and more advanced version of the classic Titan-ATC, with even better performance and reliability. The Titan-SCR2 features a manual resettable thermostat, a more accurate and faster temperature sampling system, and a new water/air deferential analyzing system to avoid dry starts, a major problem with other tankless systems.
Heats water only when you need it
By heating water only as needed, the Titan-SCR2 eliminates the need for bulky tanks that need to heat water continuously. This can reduce water heating costs by up to 60% compared to traditional water heaters.
Smart energy management
The Titan-SCR2 has a dedicated digital microprocessor that samples output and input temperatures 21 times per second. The power control system analyzes this data and manages power usage for optimum temperature stability and efficiency. The Titan-SCR2 uses no power while at rest.
Seven models to cover every need
The Titan-SCR2 is available in seven models, making it ideal for a wide range of applications. One Titan-SCR2 unit can supply all the hot water needs of apartments and homes. It can pay for itself in less than one year in energy savings.
Built to last
Thanks to its shielded heating elements and brass/copper casing, the Titan-SCR2 is perfect in any application with exposure to mineral deposits, which can shorten the lifespan conventional water heaters.
Covered by warranty
All water-carrying components have a 10 year warranty. All other parts are have a 1 year warranty. Installation is quick and easy, with no venting required. Its compact size allows installation almost anywhere.
Titan Heater Specifications
* Amperage and wattage are controlled by the Power Mode setting.
Amperage, voltage, wiring, and breaker may vary depending on your local electrical standards. Consult a professional electrician and plumber for guidance.
The Power Mode Control is adjustable, allowing you to decrease or increase water temperature. For best performance adjust the temperature to Medium Flow, approximately 1 GPM, the average water flow on any faucet with an aerator.
Remember that the adjustments you make will take a few seconds to reach point of use. Don't overheat the adjustment. A water temperature of 105 °F to 120 °F is adequate for practical purposes.