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Stiebel Eltron

Model DHC-E 8/10

Internet #203210877

DHC-E 8/10 7.2/9.6 kW 1.46 GPM Point-of-Use Tankless Electric Water Heater

$289.00 /each
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DHC-E 8/10 models are ideal for residential and commercial point-of-use sink applications including: bathrooms, cabins and cottages, office buildings, stores, malls, warehouses, restaurants, and gas stations. They are electronically controlled and can be set to deliver water at the temperature you need. They heat water instantaneously and endlessly at 99% efficiency as it flows through the unit. Because they do not store hot water like tank water heaters, they have no stand-by energy losses. Venting is not necessary and the compact European design can be installed with the unit visible. A DHC-E is considerably smaller than a tank, saving space and allowing flexibility to determine the best location for installation. The number of sinks a DHC-E can deliver hot water to depends on the temperature of the incoming cold water, the flow rate through the unit, whether supply voltage is 208 or 240, and which power output the unit is set to. Refer to the DHC-E Sizing Guide to determine which model you need. Call Stiebel Eltron at 800.582.8423 with any questions. Stiebel Eltron invented tankless electric water heating technology more than 90 years ago, and is still the industry pioneer and world leader today, with an engineering and manufacturing tradition of excellence.

  • DHC-E 8/10 provides hot water for multiple low- or medium-flow sinks
  • DHC-E 8/10 models are set to 7.2 kW or 9.6 kW at installation via a jumper
  • Requires 240 or 208-Volt electric service, 1 dedicated 30 Amp breaker at the 7.2 kW setting or 40 Amp breaker at the 9.6 kW setting, and 8-Gauge copper wiring
  • DHC-E 8/10 units installed at 9.6 kW will give these flow rates: 1.87 GPM at 35°F, 1.46 GPM at 45°F, 0.85 GPM at 77°F; and 1.41 GPM at 35°F, 1.09 GPM at 45°F, 0.64 GPM at 77°F if installed at 7.2 kW
  • Can be set on the front panel to supply water at the exact temperature desired from hand-washing temps of 86° to as high as 140°F if required by health codes
  • Self-modulating technology saves energy by adjusting electrical usage
  • Can be set to limit output water temperature to 109°F
  • Water connections are 1/2 in. NPT and should be detachable (such as braided steel flex connectors or isolation valves) to allow for easy servicing
  • Overheat safety protection and thermal protection reset are standard
  • 7-year leakage and 3-year parts residential and commercial warranty against defects in workmanship and materials under normal use
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Heater continues to run after water is shot off

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Call and speak with the Tech Support at Stiebel Eltron.
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power outages

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does this need to be reset if I loose power.?
Are there other circumstances that I may have to reset?
What do I have to do in order to reset it.?
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On a power outage you may need to reset the unit. If it is not working, shut your power off to the unit, remove the cover and press the reset button located on top of the copper tank. Replace the cover and turn your power back on.
The reset can trip due to voltage spikes in your electric system or a violent thunderstorm may cause it to trip. In either case, you need to reset the button manually.
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Will this unit take the place of standard 30 gal hot water tank in mobile home

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Yes, this unit will take the place of that unit in a mobile home.
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Where does cover plug go

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, works as advertised Great solution to having the kitchen sink very far from the water heater. Instant hot water but then it shuts off when the hot water finally gets to the sink. Installation is straight forward. Wiring is challenging through the strain relief, needs to be wider to handle the recommended wire size. December 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great! I spent a lot of time researching tankless water heater for my kitchen sink and finally decided on this one. It works great and is exactly what I needed to always have hot water for my kitchen sink. I like that I can set the maximum temperature I want the water to reach. January 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does everthing we wanted We always had to run a lot of water to get hot water in the kitchen, for the water heater is at the other end of the house. We're using this unit as a supplement to warm the cold water in the pipe until the hot water from the main unit arrives. Now, we get hot water in a matter of seconds after running perhaps a cup of water. It is absolutely wonderful. Instructions were a little confusing, but installation only took a couple of hours, including running a new circuit to under the sink. The hardest part was laying under the sink to install. We would recommend this unit to anyone. January 8, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product Unit is compact and easy to install. Heats perfectly. I put a small valve in the cold water line to help regulate the flow to ensure adequate heating. I liked it so much I bought a second one for another location December 9, 2014
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