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HTP Introduces Everlast Elevate Electric Water Heater

December 13, 2021 | By HPAC Magazine

Its stainless-steel construction allows it to store more thermal energy without risk of premature failure due to corrosion.

The HTP Everlast Elevate residential electric water heater delivers what homeowners expect from water heaters ranging in size from 55-gallons to 100-gallons from a 55-gallon platform. An adjustable thermostat paired with an ASSE 1017 certified mixing valve allows for safe and consistent temperature at the faucet while elevating the total amount of hot water available by safely turning the thermostat up to store water as high as 170F.

Its 316L stainless-steel construction allows the water heater to store more thermal energy, without the risk of premature failure due to corrosion.

The hydrofluoroolefin (HFO) foam used allows for better heater insulation and is non-ozone depleting with low Global Warming Potential (GWP). With more insulation where it matters, the Elevate is designed for minimal heat loss when turned up to 170F.

The electric water heater comes with a lifetime warranty on the tank and up to six years on parts with online registration. The 316L stainless steel tank construction, titanium heating elements, and a premium grade aluminum anode rod guarantee optimum corrosion resistance, extended tank life, and no rotten egg smell.

Units feature safety measures including a built-in thermal cutout thermostat for overheating protection. Units are certified to the UL 174 safety standard and are lead-free compliant.

The HTP Everlast Elevate is designed to fit in the footprint of a traditional 80-gallon electric water heater. The mixing valve comes installed on the product, so only inlet and outlet connections need to be established.

Factory-installed temperature and pressure relief valves and brass drain valves expedite installation. The unit also has an established electrical connection.




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