Going camping in your RV is a great way to spend your vacation. Taking long walks on the beach or in the forest, visiting museums, or just having a good time, a big part of owning an RV is taking the time to enjoy it. One of the great things about an RV is that they often come with a bathroom and a shower. But have you ever had the hot water run out while you were in the middle of rinsing that shampoo out? You have to take the rest of your shower in cold water, all because the water heater's tank ran out of hot water. What if there was a way to rid yourself of this issue so that you could enjoy your vacation properly? Well, there is. With a tankless water heater, this inconvenience is a thing of the past. Not only are they convenient, but they are also safe and controlled as well.
Convenience is important when it comes to taking a relaxing vacation. By keeping things simple, you allow yourself to take a breather and let go of stress. By having the freedom of hot water without a tank, you can have that convenience and more. With a heater that doesn’t have a tank, you don't have to worry about that tank running out, ruining your warm shower. And with the control you now have over the water temperature, you know that you can relax in comfort and convenience.
Even though you may be comfortable, safety is still key to having a great time. With the multiple safety measures in place, you don't have to worry about something going wrong or your water system becoming damaged. The tankless water heaters are equipped with the best technology and are designed to be safe and efficient. Connecting to a normal water system, they have the ability to tell the user whether something is wrong. Through the remote control, they can auto-diagnose, giving you the knowledge you need to keep them in check.
Along with convenience comes control. These tankless water heaters are able to be controlled through a remote control, which is perfect for taking the task of setting your water temperature or monitoring the state of the heater and making them as easy as a push of a button. With this remote control microcomputer, you can set the temperature, check the system, and even more.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: The water isn't getting hot. What should I do? A: It's possible that the water flow is too large, the temperature regulation is not appropriate, or the inlet temperature of the external environment is too low.
Q: What's the minimum amount of water pressure to run the unit? A: The unit can be started with under 0.1MPa water pressure or 66 gal/min water flow.
Q: What's the maximum amount of hot water per minute? A: It depends on the inlet water temperature. Please refer to the chart:
Inlet water temperature (°F)
When the outlet water temperature is 104°F, the heating water output per minute in gallons
Q: What is the weight of the water heater? A: 20.3 pounds
Q: Is the heater CSA verified? A: Yes, it is CSA verified
Q: How long does it take for the water to heat? A: About 15 seconds
Q: How do the doors attach to the unit? A: The door is hinged to the unit
Q: Is the heating unit equipped with an oxygen depletion safety shutoff device? A: They have flame-out protection devices
Q: What is the country or origin for the products? A: China
Why settle for a water heater that you have to wait on? With this tankless RV water heater, you are the one being waited on and being tended to. With the convenience, safety, and control of this amazing technology, your RV vacations will be even more relaxing and amazing.