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Ecosmart ECO 24 24 KW at 240-Volt Electric Tankless Water Heater with Patented Self Modulating Technology

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Technical Details
Part Number ECO24
Item Weight11 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 17 x 3.8 inches
OriginAndorra
Item model numberECO 24
Size17 x 17 x 3.5
Power SourceNo
Voltage240 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLifetime Warranty on electronics, exchanger and element. Warranty only covers cost of heater; does not cover labor or any incidental damages.
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB005NM3K2K
Best Sellers Rank #34,373 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight17.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 1, 2011
  
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Product Description

Includes 24 kW 240V Electric Tankless Water Heater - ECO24, Owner's Manual. Techical support team at 877-474-6473.

From the Manufacturer

This Smart Technology electric tankless water heaters is configured for climates where incoming water temperature can reach as low as 37 Degree. The ECO 24 is capable of heating nearly 3-Gallon per minute at this temperature. This model is well suited for homes in the Northern U.S. and Canada and in the southern U.S. that have large Roman-style or Jacuzzi tubs and that have generally more demanding water usage needs. Digital temperature control allows you to set your temperature in increments of 1 Degree. Prior to purchase and installation please verify this model is the rights size for your hot water needs and electrical requirements.

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
240.00 Volts

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Customer Reviews

Today I took a super long shower and the hot water never ran out.
Christina Moore
The installation is moderately easy and the accompanying remote is a nice feature.
48hours
Works as advertised - highly recommend this tankless water heater.
D. Brock

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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By BRANDON on October 20, 2012
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My fiancé and I recently bought a home and our electric hot water heater was nearly rusted through. Instead of using an enormous tank to heat water we thought it would be wise to go with a tankless system to help keep our bills lower. I was slightly apprehensive about trying this out but it was the direction that we wanted to take and I am beyond thrilled with the results. Hot water is never in short supply. I've had the shower on while running the washing machine without any dip in temperature. As a side note, I do keep it cranked at 140 degrees as my incoming water is pretty cold. It is an awesome machine! My minor complaint is that it takes about two minutes for hot water to start flowing. My words of advice are to consult with an electrician about hook-up and what needs you may have in your home and make sure to check your incoming water temperature to purchase the right model for your climate.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A. GRAY on March 18, 2013
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I have installed this EcoSmart 24KW heater as a solar water heater backup. I ran two 3/4" EMT conduits and used 3 pairs of #8 copper for the installation. The EMT serves as the safety ground. (A note here: I ran 3 wires through each conduit, and the wires actually vibrated at 60Hz due to magnetic forces while on. I had to go back and change to 4 and 2 to stop this vibration!) My solar system preheats the water, and the EcoSmart 24KW just adds the necessary energy to bring the water up to 120 degrees F. The EcoSmart 24 KW even heats the water just fine with the solar system not heating on a cold cloudy January day. I have a 3.3 gal/minute shower head (I measured with a 5 gallon bucket & a stopwatch), and about a 65 degree input water temp. A comment here: it seems that it is better to adjust your shower temperature with the cold water only. If your shower is too hot, turn on some more cold. Too cold(?), turn off some cold. That way the flow rate through the EcoSmart is not changed, and there is no feedback loop to adjust around. So after learning that, the system works just fine! I had to drill two new holes in the bottom of the EcoSmart to accept my two EMT connectors. The included hole/wire-clamp did not work out for me (but no problem. I just used a step drill from H. Freight to drill the holes). I used two corrugated copper tubes to make the water connections. No problem there either. EcoSmart says to use a wrench on its side of the connection, but the copper tubes say only to tighten one turn past hand-tight. Not much torque required. I used an 1-1/8" wrench anyway though. (There was not enough space to use a Crescent-style wrench). Another comment: our city gives photovoltaic subsidies if you install photovoltaics on your roof.Read more ›
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By darrissecret on February 6, 2014
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I purchased this product in December and had it installed for about a month now. I live in a 3br 2ba 1400 sqf town-home that used a 55 gallon water heater. My old water heater was leaking so I research tankless and using less energy. Energy consumption was the main reason I changed water heaters. Honestly the plumber told me there is nothing wrong with the old one. I told him, "just get rid of it". Like another reviewer stated, "the best shower I ever took in my house"! My clothes even smell cleaner coming from the washing machine. Highly recommend this to anyone looking to replace. Now i can not say anything about my utility bill as of yet, however I will send an update. I wanted to wait about 6 months to post this, but I just couldn't wait. Total installed for me, plumber charged $275 the wire and other materials were around $400. The wire taking the bulk of the load at $300. Again ask any questions, i will update about my electric bill. Only thing we set the temp to 120 and the second shower runs cool. Moved it up to 125 all is good so far.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Christensen on May 15, 2013
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I was in the market for a new water heater and was debating on going tankless because since being in my home, I've had 2 water heaters (10 years apart) flood my bedroom and ruin my wood floors on one occassion and most recently flood the hallway and laundry closet where my water heater is located (thankfully tiled). I was more motivated to go tankless because I saw the price drop in the equipment since years ago when I first priced it out and if I had one more leak, I was going to scream (my water heater is located in the center of my house (not in the garage/basement like most). So I researched and the ECOSMART was getting great reviews and had the most competitive pricing. I had a 40 gal tank water heater and my plumber said I should be good with an 80amp tankless unit for my home (2 bathrooms equiped with 2 sinks and shower and bath, washing machine, dishwasher and kitchen sink and 3 people in the household and perhaps one day, 4). I orginally chose the 112.5amp unit because the price was lower than the 100 amp and I was nervous about the 75.5 amp unit not being enough because I read reviews that when operating what I had in the house, their wasn't enough hot water.
When it came time to install-the plumbers job was easy and didn't cost a lot, but the electrician warned me that most homes are not orginally equipped with enough amperage to support all of the house and a whole house electric water heater. He also told me that the $50 savings I got with buying the unit with 112.5 amps was going to be squashed by the cost to supply power to it. He suggested that I spend the extra $50 to save hundreds of dollars on his end. So that I did and I don't regret it.
When all was said and done, I don't regret getting the tankless regardless of paying way more than had I gone with tank.
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