an Unlimited Supply of Hot Water!
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- Point Of Use - Large
The STIEBEL ELTRON DHC tankless water
heaters are designed for installation at the point of use.
Product ID: SBE-DHC-E10
Saves energy and reduces
your electric bill with a saving of 15 - 20%
In a residential setting, this
unit is suited for the following
Is ideal for restrooms or
kitchenettes in an
office or commercial/industrial setting:
Can supply several faucets at once for
(Lower 48 States Only)
Advanced Microprocessor Control
electronic control system in the DHC-E does not allow the
water temperature to go above 125°F (52°C), which eliminates
the possibility that scalding may occur. On the other hand,
125°F (52°C) water is sufficiently hot for most uses.
- Controls the
temperature of the outgoing water plus or minus approximately 1/2 of 1
degree vs. the conventional tank hot water heaters that are plus or
minu 6-10 degrees.
- Controls the amount
of the power used to achieve the temperature dependant on
- Two temperature sensors and one
- Three stage heating elements
- Shipped with 0.5 GPM pressure
compensating flow reducer/aerators that fit on most faucets.
- Installs without a temperature pressure
- No circulating pumps
- Three year Warranty
- Unlimited supply of hot water
- Keeps heating water
instantly as you require
- Completely replaces a
conventional tank heater - takes up considerably less space
than conventional tank type water tanks
They supply hot
water instantaneously and continuously at any time, since water is heated
as it flows through the unit. A water flow activated switch turns the
heating elements on and off. The use of flow reducing devices such as
faucet aerators is recommended in conjunction with tankless water heaters.
a high flow is desired - a larger unit must be used to achieve the
higher temperature rise at the higher flow rate. We try to match the usage
with the size of the unit.
Required circuit breaker
wire size AWG Copper
increase above ambient water temperature
@ 0.75 GPM
@ 1.50 GPM
water flow to activate unit GPM/lmln
the above data:
Model DHC-E 10 has a single phase, all households in the US
are single phase.
is 208/commercial and 240/residential.
The wattage is
measured in kilowatt hours.
Amperage is the
incoming service to your home or business you will need to
operate this unit.
This is the size of
breaker that is needed.
wire size is: (AWG Copper) This means American
Wire Gage for Copper wire. It is how big the wire measures
around. The smaller the number, the bigger the
If you set the
flow rate to be 1.50 gallons per minute, the temperature of
the hot water coming out of the tap will be 44 degrees higher
(residential) than the ambient temperature coming into your
house. So if the temperature of the water coming into
your home is 50 degrees, then the hot water coming from your
tap will be 94 degrees.
Minimum water flow
to activate the unit to make hot water.
the weight of the unit as it is empty.
operating pressure is the amount of pressure the unit will
work at. (PSI - Pounds per square inch). Homes in
the city run on 80 psi and in the rural area homes run on
pressure prevents the unit from bursting, causing accidents,
For Easier Installation
Saving time during installation is
a large factor. No one likes making all those trips to the
hardware store. Make sure to check out this page before completing
for Flex Connectors
For use with tankless water heaters and no salt water
(Lower 48 States Only)
amperage, and circuit breaker specifications must be met for this heater
to function. Please make sure all requirements are met before purchasing
this heater. If you have any questions about these requirements, please