Rheem RTE 27 Tankless Water Heater, 240V 112A Electric Single-Point - Indoor, 5 GPM

SKU: 1987115
Brand: Rheem Model: RTE 27 Condition: New

Rheem RTE 27

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The Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater is great way to provide hot water to any water application within your home.  The Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater is much more energy efficient way of supplying hot water to any water application in your home in comparison to the traditional tanked water heaters.  The Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater is also one third the size of your conventional tanked water heater.  Another benefit of the Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater is the constant, on-demand hot water it supplies.  The minimum activation flow of the Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater is 0.4 GPM making it perfect for low-flow faucets, WaterSense faucets, and other faucets that do not draw much water.  The Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater also has an on-unit temperature control that allows for full control of your tankless water heater.

 

The Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater has LED indicator lights making it easy to identify the state of the tankless water heater at all times.  The Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater has an OFW Overheat Film Wrap that is always monitoring the temperature of the heat exchange and promptly shuts the tankless water heater down if temperatures exceed a safe level.  The OFW Overheat Film Wrap is an exclusive feature to Rheem Tankless Water Heaters.  The Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater can easily connect to your standard 1/2 inch NPT water connections.  The Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater features a heat exchanger that is constructed of rugged brass and copper making it extremely durable.  The Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater has a maximum flow rating of 5.00 GPM.

 

The Rheem RTE27 Indoor Tankless Water Heater is backed by a ten year warranty on the heat exchange and a one year warranty on parts.

 

Additional Information:

Feature Sheet

Spec Sheet

Use and Care Manual


Features:

• On-unit temperature control
• LEDs indicate active element and standby mode
• Standard 1/2" water connection
• Rugged brass/copper heat exchanger
• Modulating power

Specifications:

• Model: RTE 27
• Dimensions: 10.5" L x 11.25" W x 12" H
• Kilowatts: 27
• Volts: 240
• Required Breaker: (2) 60
• Max Power: 112 Amps
• AWG Wire: (2) 6
• Minimum Activation Flow Rate: 0.4 GPM
• Max Flow Rate: 5.0 GPM
• Flow Rate By Degrees: 5.00 GPM at 20 Degrees, 5.00 GPM at 30 Degrees, 4.61 GPM at 40 Degrrees, 3.69 GPM at 50 Degrees, 3.07 at 60 Degrees, 2.63 at 70 Degrees, 2.31 at 80 Degrees, 2.05 at 90 Degrees, 1.84 at 100 Degrees

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Questions & Answers

An average hot shower here in the US is about 104 degrees F, and staying under 115. Keep in mind I'm talking the temp of the shower water coming out of the shower, not the temp in a hot water tank which is substantially higher. Also, a shower usually flows at a flow rate of 2.5 gallons per minute. So, in looking at this products specs it doesn't look like it can handle hot showers at all as the temperature to flow rates listed here are much lower. Am I wrong, did I miss something? Is this actually intended to be used as a water heat supply for showering?

by Medryn K. on 01-09-2013

Rheem RTE27 the water will raise to 70* at a rate of 2.73 gallons per minute. The more the water is flowing the less in rise of the degree. Example if the water is coming in at 40* and the shower is using 2.5 gpm the rise will be 70* on top of the incoming water temp. Ground water temp varies depending upon the location.

on 10-15-2013
 
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