If you do not require a power point installation and are looking for a workhorse hot water system, the Bosch 16P is the perfect fit, especially in older suburbs. This is a time-tested unit that is very reliable and durable.
The hot water delivery of the Bosch 16P is top notch at 16 L/pm with a gas consumption of 130 Mj/h. It is quite tall at 936 mm but is very lightweight at 24 kgs.
Erasing any concerns about its heat exchanger, the Bosch 16P has a 10 year manufacturer warranty, including a 2-year coverage of labour warranty and manufacturer parts. Gas connection is at 20mm while hot water connection is at 15mm.
|Hot Water Delivery||16 L/pm|
|Gas Consumption||130 Mj/h|
|Weight (Empty)||24 Kgs|
|Manufacturers Heat Exchanger Warranty (Domestic)||10 Years (Heat Exchanger Only)|
|Manufacturers Parts & Labour Warranty (Domestic)||2 Years|
|Hot Water Connection||15mm|
|Link to Manufacturers Product Page||https://www.bosch-climate.com.au/products-bosch-hot-water/hot-water-systems/bosch-gas-continuous-flow/mechanicalrange/pilot.html|
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