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Stiebel Eltron DHC 6-2 Tankless Electric Water Heater

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While building your new extension or planning your cabin's water heating options, think of the Stiebel Eltron DHC 6-2 tankless electric water heater! This great device can heat up your water in seconds, allowing you to enjoy hot showers even while the washer and dishwasher are on! The DHC 6-2 makes a great compliment to your home plans for these reasons:

Endless Uses
You can install and enjoy fresh hot water in any office building, stores, malls, condominiums, manufacturing facilities, bathrooms, kitchens, cabins, and much more! Build your pool house with a tankless water heater in mind and save money and space.

Space Saver
Unlike conventional water tanks, the DHC 6-2 only requires a small space and features a compact form. You won't need to install or build a closet to keep the DHC 6-2 in, as it saves plenty of space for other things.

Safe
The DHC 6-2 is designed specifically to keep you and your home safe. It features a flow switch control and an exclusive scald-guard thermostat so that water is kept within acceptable, safe limits at all times.

Save Money
The DHC 6-2 is tankless and therefore does not require a holding tank to keep heated water in. It heats water up instantaneously and eliminates the need for standby water. This means that they consume up to 50% less power and have lower installation costs than a traditional heater.

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  1. 1 Year Limited Manufacturers Warranty
  2. Up To 30 days to return your purchase
  3. Money back guaranteed
  4. Free return shipping
  5. No restocking fees

  • Model: DHC-6-2
  • UPC: 94922770356
  • Application: Ideal for restrooms or kitchenettes in an office or commercial/industrial setting or cabins, boats, and RV's
  • Warranty: 3-year limited manufacturer's warranty
  • Voltage: 240 volts
  • Watts: 6000 watts
  • Amps: 25 amps
  • Certifications: ETL , ISO
  • Fuel Type: Electric
  • Type: Point of Use Tankless Water Heater
  • Usage: Bathroom sinks, kitchen sinks, and laundry areas
  • Minimum Circuit Breaker Size: 30 Amps
  • Minimum Water Flow: .48 Gallons/Minute, 1.8 Liters/Minute
  • Nominal Water Volume: .13 Gallons, .5 Liters
  • Working Pressure: 10 Bar, 150 PSI
  • Water Connection Information: 1/2" NPT
  • Mount Type: Indoor
  • Portable: Yes
  • Control Type: Switch
  • Includes: Filter System
  • Safety Features: Automatic Shut-Off
  • Comes with a manufacturer's warranty
  • Copper, sturdy construction ensures many years of use
  • ETL listed for safety and regulations
  • Great to use in RVs, cabins, and recreational buildings
  • Save on heating and gas bills by going electric!
  • Uses less power and lower insstallation costs as traditional water heaters
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from Canton, TX
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5.0 Star Rating: Outstanding
We purchased this tankless water heater a few weeks ago for our 800 ft. cabin. We hooked it up for our bathroom. The water does not get very hot and does not last very long. I was under the assumption from the description of the product that it would heat water for a whole house. WE have not hooked it up to anything but the one shower so far so I don't know how it will work when we get the vanity hooked up also and the kitchen. Kind of worried we may have to find another type of water heater.

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