12/16 FORM NO. THD-PTE
In keeping with its policy of continuous progress and product improvement, Rheem reserves the right to make changes without notice.
Rheem Water Heating • 101 Bell Road
Montgomery, Alabama 36117-4305 • www.rheem.com
Rated Pressure25 PSI min., 150 PSI max.
Certifications ETL Listed to UL 499 and CSA
Std. Temp. Settings120°F (Adjustable 80°F-140°F)
Temp. Accuracy+/–1° at steady state flow
GPM RATING OF
RTE10001A1.0, 1.5, 2.01/2" NPT
RTE10001B2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.03/4" NPT
Optional Inline Flow Regulator
• Enhanced outlet temperature control
• Install on the outlet side of the heater
• Limit maximum volume to the specified flow rate to ensure
exiting temperature is within an acceptable range
• Flow Regulators for ½" and ¾" plumbing connections
• Flow range: 1 to 5 gallons per minute
Suggested Sizing Guide
Selection based on inlet temperature and an outlet temperature setting of 105°F
Unit shall have copper clad immersion heating element(s) with brass
terminations for increased durability. External temperature control
and display adjustable in 1° increments with a range of 80°-140°F.
Display shall be capable of displaying setpoint temperature in
Celsius or Fahrenheit temperature scales. Unit shall utilize a flow
meter with a 0.3 gpm activation point and manage power based on
actual flow rate and inlet temperature. Values should be processed
60 times per second. Unit shall be WQA certified lead free, certified
to UL499 and CSA22.2.
tankless electric water heaters
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Will an in line water regulator fix my tankless water heater trade off between pressure and hot water?
You need a water heater unit with a higher flow rate to bring the water temperature from 40 degrees to 120 degrees. Here in the Pacific Northwest, with year round water temps of around 45 degrees, it is advised to buy a MINIMUM of 7.4 gallons per minute flow rate in a tankless, whole house unit. At 2 or 3 GPM, your purchases are incapable of doing the job. (A 75° F shower is too cold for most of us at 98.6° body temps).
Flow rates out of showers and faucets have little to do with this. They are regulated by the government to save water from, for example, around 1.0 GPM at faucets to 2.2 GPM for a shower. I am referring to the flow rate of water through the tankless heater.
Many people think they can buy and install what is essentially a point-of-use tankless water heater (serving 1 shower or sink, for example) for whole house use to save money and get into trouble.
Is your fixture intended for whole house usage? (Serves all water heating needs in house, showers, sinks, dishwasher etc.) The answer to this question will guide my additional advice.
Regulator rheem flow
.Man Tips: Troubleshooting Rheem Tankless Hot Water Heater
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