Richmond RMTEX-06 Electric Heater, 29 A, 220 V, 5.5 kW, 0.998 % Energy Efficiency, 0.5 to 2 gpm :EA: QUANTITY: 1

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The Richmond® Essential® RMTEX-06 is a 6.5 kW tankless electric water heater ideal for point-of-use applications. This unit is ideal for a sink and hard wired to utilize 240 V. Richmond® Essential® tankless electric water heaters offer a continuous, endless supply of hot water. A lower kilowatt unit can provide hot water on demand for single or multiple point-of-use applications while a higher kilowatt unit could provide hot water for a whole house depending on the inlet ground water temperature. Tankless electric water heaters save space, save energy, save money, and require no venting. The sleek, compact size, 90% smaller than a tank, allows you to save space and place the unit wherever you want, including under a sink. Tankless units only draw energy when hot water is flowing, while traditional tanks are constantly drawing energy to keep the water in the tank at the desired temperature.

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The Richmond® Essential® RMTEX-06 is a 6.5 kW tankless electric water heater ideal for point-of-use applications. This unit is ideal... Read more

SKU: 0283705
Barcode: 020352683003

$248.39

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Description

The Richmond® Essential® RMTEX-06 is a 6.5 kW tankless electric water heater ideal for point-of-use applications. This unit is ideal for a sink and hard wired to utilize 240 V. Richmond® Essential® tankless electric water heaters offer a continuous, endless supply of hot water. A lower kilowatt unit can provide hot water on demand for single or multiple point-of-use applications while a higher kilowatt unit could provide hot water for a whole house depending on the inlet ground water temperature. Tankless electric water heaters save space, save energy, save money, and require no venting. The sleek, compact size, 90% smaller than a tank, allows you to save space and place the unit wherever you want, including under a sink. Tankless units only draw energy when hot water is flowing, while traditional tanks are constantly drawing energy to keep the water in the tank at the desired temperature.

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