If you have the space to spare, the Rheem 80ltr 491080 is a better upgrade for your hot water system needs in tight spots such as canteens, kitchens and one bedroom homes and apartments. For accommodations with couples or two people, this design works efficiently. Best of all, this unit has a 12 year warranty.
If you are contemplating how to get hot water in small spaces, the Rheem 80ltr 491080 has specifications of 945 millimeters for its height, 480 millimeters for its diameter and clocking in at just 36 kilograms for its weight.
For its budget, its warranty coverage is unprecedented. It also has free labor and parts warranty for a year.
|Storage Capacity||80 L|
|Kw Rating||3.6 Kw|
|Manufacturers Tank Warranty (Domestic)||12 Years (1 Year Labour On Tank)|
|Manufacturers Parts & Labour Warranty (Domestic)||1 Year|
|Cold Relief Valve Setting||1200 Kpa|
|ECV Hot Reflief Valve Setting||1400 Kpa|
|Number Of Sacrificial Anodes||1|
|Link to Manufacturers Product Page||https://rheem.com.au/rheem/products/Residential/Electric/Rheem-491-492-Series-Electric/Rheem-80L-Electric-Water-Heater/p/491080G4|
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