|Storage Capacity (L)||55|
|Hot Water Delivery (L)||50|
|Element Size (kW)||1.8, 2.4, 3.6|
|Total Height (mm)||694|
|Width incl. PTR Valve (mm)||490|
|Outlet Height (mm)||524|
|Inlet Height (mm)||158|
|Electrical Entry – Lower (mm)||80|
|Electrical Entry – Upper (mm)||N/A|
|Packaged Weight (kg)||29|
|Boost Capacity (Twin element only) (L)||N/A|
|Included PTR Valve (kPa)||1000|
|Max. Inlet Pressure with ECV (kPa)||680|
|PLV with ECV (kPa)||500|
|Max. Inlet Pressure without ECV (kPa)||800|
|PLV without ECV (kPa)||500|
|Max. Thermostat Setting (°C)||70|
|Ingress Protection Rating||IPX4|
|Electrical Supply||240V – @50Hz|
|Hot and cold water connection||Rp 3/4 (20mm)|
|Tank Body Colour||White|
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