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ZIP CEX 9 Electronic MPS Single Phase Instantaneous Hot Water

Length: 17.7
Width: 10.8
Height: 29.4
Brand: ZIP
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CL1505

AU$829.00
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ZIP CEX 9 Electronic MPS Single Phase Instantaneous Hot Water

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• Fully electronically controlled instantaneous water heater, Twin-Temperature-Control TTC® and LCD key control panel for precise hot water supply.

• Limited to a maximum of 50°C in accordance with AS3498; no tempering valve required.

• Water Pressure Minimum 200 Kpa - Maximum 1000 Kpa

• Water Connection 12.7mm BSP

• Multiple Power Settings 6.6 or 8.8kW 220-240V 50/60 Hzz

• Warranty Commercial usage 12 months, Residential usage 5 years

 

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