want to maximize hot water output, our heat pump water heaters are a reliable choice
and are designed with eco-friendly insulation to reduce standby heat loss.
pump's 30-gallon (nominal) tank provides 4,500 watts of power and is rated at
47 gallons for the first hour at an average energy factor of 0.89. Our
sacrificial anodes help protect the tank from water corrosion and come with a
10-year limited tank warranty.
Features and Options
Enhanced heating element
4500 watt elements for fastest recovery and reliable operation.
• Longer lasting stainless steel lower element.
Diffuser dip tube
reduce lime and sediment buildup and maximize hot water output. Made of durable
PEX cross-linked polymer.
uniform energy factor
friendly non-CFC foam insulation, heat sinks and specially designed combustion
chambers combine to produce a high uniform energy factor for maximum operating
anode rods feature a stainless steel core for extended anode rod life,
providing superior tank protection longer than standard anode rods.
water enters the water heater through an internal "dip tube" that
pushes cold water to the bottom of the tank and hot water through an outlet
connection. This arrangement provides the most hot water for a given tank size.
A typical residential water heater has two thermostats. The bottom thermostat
controls the lower heating element, while the top thermostat controls the upper
heating element. Typically, only one heating element is active at a time.
Because the lower element sees the cold water first, the lower heating element
does most of the work, while the upper heating element is only used when the
entire tank cools. Because water corrodes steel tanks, we glass the inside of
the tank and install anode rods to help reduce corrosion. A temperature and
pressure relief valve is a safety device designed to open when the internal
temperature or pressure of a tank exceeds certain limits. The water heater
should be large enough to provide enough hot water even when the temperature is
cooler and the household needs the most.