Tankless Water Heater Cooper City

Posted on: June 29, 2015 by in Tankless Water Heater
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Tankless Water Heater Cooper City


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110v Electric Tankless Hot Water Heater – RV CAMPER BUSINESS HOME
This Marey 110v Electric tankless hot water heater is ideal for RVs, Campers, Commercial lavatories (where scalding hot water is not needed) or under sinks. It’s small and compact and only requires a 30 amp circuit. This tankless water heater will heat the incoming water approximately 20-25 degrees to give a warmer output water. It is not recommended in cold climates or where incoming water temperature is below 65 degrees.

20 Responses

  1. Milton Mendez says:

    how do u install it ?

  2. FixedByDoc OffGrid says:

    ok so i have an RV trailer with a 600watt @14mph winds windturbine and a
    15watt solar panel (plan to upgrade to 45watt panel system in summer)
    connected to two AGM SOLAR true deep cycle in paralel batteries. total of
    around 200AH. i only have the ability to run a 12volt OR 110volt system. i
    have a 15gal gravity fed water tank with 12volt pump if needed on own solar
    panel. i need hot water for shower can you help. dont want to have to use
    propane/LP. need to be completely off grid capable.

  3. desmond sullivan says:

    awesome video …….would love to know whats the difference between a 110v
    water heater and a 220v water heater and how easy would it be to convert
    from 110v to 220v …my brand is a ATMOR SHOWER HEATER

  4. laura fredericks says:

    We are building a very small food truck with limited space and need to
    install a 3 sink with the portable water and waste water tank. How small
    can you go?

  5. chachi44089 says:

    Only problem I see in using this in an rv is the massive amount of power it
    uses to only raise the water about 30 deg. over ambiant. Most RVs are 30
    amp. Pull 28- 30 amps and the breaker will pop. Also most RV parks have
    power issues “low voltage”. This would lessen its ability to heat even
    more. I would be more interested in a tankless propane unit that is
    weatherproof and could be bolted to the side of the rv or trailer. Much
    more practical.. Does Marey make something like this? Thanks

  6. Man Living Naturally says:

    I tend to agree with you regarding the limitations in an RV or camper.
    Propane is always the better choice, simply because they are self
    contained, require no electricity and will give a rise in temperature
    between 40-70 degrees above incoming. Weather proof units are a different
    story. They all require some protection from rain, wind and freezing temps.
    You can mount them outside while using it or in good weather, but bring it
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  7. Man Living Naturally says:

    Please check with your local health codes, because some require a certain
    minimum temp for hot water. Usually around 120 degrees. Our L10 is the most
    commonly used tankless for vending and concessions. You can find it at
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  8. Man Living Naturally says:

    I’m not sure what is involved with conversion or if its even possible.
    Generally they are configured in either or 110v, 220/240v

  9. Man Living Naturally says:

    Propane is always the better choice, simply because they are self
    contained, require no electricity and will give a rise in temperature
    between 40-70 degrees above incoming. Weather proof units are a different
    story. They all require some protection from rain, wind and freezing temps.
    You can mount them outside while using it or in good weather, but bring it
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  10. Man Living Naturally says:

    No sorry.

  11. Ms Visio says:

    Instant water heaters – Is the water warm enough for a shower / bath etc
    (when using it at lowest setting 2 Gal / min) ??

  12. ELMATRACA69 says:

    For RV.’s. Why not installing a Tankless Gas (LPG) water heater and after
    that (in line) install an electrict tankless water heater?
    Depending where you park the RV, IF you have electricity you bypass the LPG.
    No electricity? Well, turn OFF the Electric water heater and use the LPG.

  13. Jacqueline Susann says:

    I am going to have to put in the tankless water heater myself, and need to
    know if you have step by step instructions to put it in? Thank you…..

  14. Marcus Whitman says:

    Want a tankless water heater for our cabin in the mountains. Will be
    running water lines to the kitchen from the bathroom pump and only want to
    run the cold water line thru the walls. Want to plug the heater in regular
    wall outlet, so 110v is what I need I guess to give me some hot water to
    hand wash dishes …will this unit work for this? I don’t know what our
    Amp breakers are, but typical household as we have electric range and frig,
    etc.

  15. Gene Collum says:

    MSRP?

  16. Katie Gora says:

    I am considering using a tankless hotwater heater to heat my 5000 gallon
    pool in nc. it is shaded part of the day so i would like a temp boost of
    10-15 degrees

  17. Aaron Orozco says:

    Which better because I am build Van into motorhome it’s better electric or
    gas water heater please ntk please 

  18. Lisa Gadd says:

    We are spending our first summer in an Arab in a lake. I really want some
    warm or hot water for showers. I need something easy to install. We have a
    6 gallon propane heated water tank but we would like an electric endless
    hot water tank. Would this work!

  19. Mark Job says:

    @ 28 Amps, this unit is not very practical for an RV. If we’re talking
    about 3,000 WATTS or higher, then either you need to install a 4,000 Watt
    DC to AC power Inverter in your RV and make sure you have everything else
    turned off before taking a shower, or you will need to go Propane LP Gas. I
    would like to remove the large and space occupying propane heated hot water
    tank in my RV and replace it with a space saving electric “on demand”
    tankless solution. 1. Is there a 110 Volt AC 1,500 Watt tankless hot water
    solution ? 2. Is there a 12 Volt DC tankless hot water solution on the
    market ? Please advise. Thanks. :)

  20. Mark Job says:

    Addendum: 85 Degrees Farenheight Water Output ?

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