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2014-09-30 13:20:05 Writen By: Energy Hub

New Stiebel Eltron Products

NEW single phase electric instantaneous water heater released 

Stiebel Eltron is excited to announce the release of the newest addition to their single-phase electric instantaneous hot water range, the electronically controlled DHCE series.

 

"In the companies’ 90th year of operation and 20th year in Australia it is fitting that we celebrate our commitment to innovation with new products that will help shape the instantaneous electric water heater market in Australia".

 

The new DHCE single-phase electric instantaneous water heaters are electronically controlled and are designed to service single or multiple hot water outlets. Electronic control means that these water heaters help to save energy and water by delivering hot water instantaneously at low flow rates. The switch on flow rate of these water heaters is only 1.5 litres per minute, making it ideal for low flow outlets.

 

With installation flexibility in mind the DHCE water heaters can be installed almost anywhere. The compact design, coupled with the advantage of water connections from either the rear or bottom means that the unit can be installed as close to the point of use as practical, including in a cupboard, in a Euro laundry, on the wall, under or over the sink. 

 

For more information or to purchase these units click here

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