|Part Number||SR-40 (39353)|
|Item Weight||4.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.6 x 2.8 x 6.2 inches|
|Item model number||SR-40/240 HTR|
|Amperage Capacity||40 A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Flow Rate||1 GPM|
Chronomite SR-40/240 HTR 240-Volt 40-Amp SR Series Instant-Flow Standard Flow Tankless Water Heater
|Price:||$126.58 + $6.67 shipping|
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I put one in the bathromm first to try it out. The line and fittings inside are 1/4"NPT so I was a little concerned about having to change out the large porcelin and brass shower head over the 1915 clawfoot tub I restored. As it turned out there is still sufficient flow with the cold mixed in for a great shower.
Installation was easy the unit being about the size of a paperback book. I Changed out the breaker in my panel from a 30 amp to a 40 amp and ran 3/8 copper line to and from the unit. No wait for hot water anymore. It used to kill me thinking about all the water going down the drain waiting for the hot water. It tends to be expensive where I live. The icing on the cake was my gas bill dropped about sixty dollars a month. Love it, love it, love it.
Overall, it worked for the time we needed it to, but I do wish it would have lasted longed. In the end, we did end up putting in a larger water heater.
from cutting on and off so much. Hot water is instant.
My third Chronomite. Could not get replacement heating coil for first one when it burned out, but still purchased two more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
easy install, but was replacing one just like it that was tripping the 40A 220 breaker.Published 13 months ago by Myron
The Chronomite SR-40/240 HTR works good for me and am still using it.Published 13 months ago by edward adams
Good unit, I like hot water and this is a provider. This was my second purchase..Published 16 months ago by Ronald Dicckens
This worked a few weeks then just did not work any more.
But the cost to return and what not was not worth an exchange.
We purchased this on December 25, 2011 after having a similar Bosch Powerstar burn out on us. The Bosch was so annonying because it had a reset button that would constantly have to... Read morePublished on August 10, 2013 by katie