Spec Sheet Install Manual
Choosing the right Tankless Electric Water Heater for your home.
Stiebel Eltron 224201 Details
Instantly provide hot water to up to four low flow sinks with this versatile Stiebel Eltron 224201 DHC-E 8/10 tankless electric water heater! Designed for installation at the point of use, this unit is great for a sink at the end of a long pipe run or for multiple low-flow sinks and comes with a jumper that allows you to choose between two wattages during installation to meet your specific needs. It is activated by a minimum 0.37 GPM flow rate and features an ergonomic knob that allows you to adjust the water temperature from 86 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
And thanks to advanced microprocessor technology, the temperature will never deviate from the set point so you don't have to worry about maintaining mixing valves! The Stiebel Eltron 224201 DHC-E 8/10 multiple point-of-use tankless water heater features a compact construction with a sleek, attractive design that allows it to be installed almost anywhere!
Left to Right: 7 7/8"
Front to Back: 4 1/8"
Height: 14 3/16"
Choosing the right tankless electric water heater has never been easier than with Stiebel Eltron! If you aren’t sure which model you need for your business, simply utilize the manufacturer’s flow chart and determine which heater will serve you best!
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