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SuperStor

Model SSU-80

Internet #203193307

80-Gal. Indirect Fired Water Heater

$2,486.40 /pallet

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SuperStor Ultra 80 Gal. indirect water heater is a 316L stainless steel tank. This stainless steel tank is made for high temperatures and superior corrosion resistance. This heat exchanger provides a higher BTU output per foot than any other heat exchanger in the market.

  • High output heat exchanger
  • May be eligible for utility rebates
  • Attractive silver finish cover that resists dents and corrosion
  • Environmentally safe, CFC free water blown, 2 in. thick foam, insulation allows less than 1/2°F heat loss per hour
  • Needs Honeywell control L4080B-1352
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does this product meet the IRS requirenments for an Energy Credit?

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No, this does not meet the IRS requirements for energy credits.
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No, because in a sense this unit does not use energy. No fuel is consumed in this unit as it is a heat exchanger. The combustion takes place in the boiler so that is where the rebates are. Not in the down stream heat distribution and utilization devises. I have known people to take a tax credit on the total installation cost of a system that included the boiler and indirect fired hot water heater. I Read More
No, because in a sense this unit does not use energy. No fuel is consumed in this unit as it is a heat exchanger. The combustion takes place in the boiler so that is where the rebates are. Not in the down stream heat distribution and utilization devises. I have known people to take a tax credit on the total installation cost of a system that included the boiler and indirect fired hot water heater. I don;t know if this was legal and correct but I have seen it. I would suggest you speak to your tax specialist. However I can say there are not tax credits given on indirect fired hot water heaters on there own. Read Less
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Twice the work! Should you be the type to enjoy doing home improvement projects this is your buy, considering you may just have to do it twice. Or alternatively, pay for install twice. For the price, the quality control standards should be higher. Or exist. This 'new' tank was replacing our old super stor that was dibbling. The new tank was more like a faucet left on medium pour. Despite the drain, it still sat in a puddle while home Depot took a month to get us a new replacement tank. March 3, 2015
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