Shopping around for an electric water heating system that complements your busy 21st century lifestyle? One that delivers instant hot water to all areas of your home or workplace, is easy to install, and only expends the necessary amount of energy required to get the job done? If the answer is yes, the MicroHeat CFEWH Three Phase electric water heater might be the perfect solution.
This highly effective and efficient 3 Phase hot water system features no heating elements or a tank, but does boast the most cutting-edge technology including full digital control and ‘set and forget’ temperature regulation. Discover the CFEWH Series Three Phase electric water heater from MicroHeat today.
Noticeably more powerful than our single phase heating system, our 3 Phase instantaneous water heater boasts some impressive features. These include:
The Three Phase water heater comes ready to install in homes, apartments (high and low rise), office complexes, aged care facilities, shopping malls, and a wealth of other public and privately owned properties Melbourne wide. Contact MicroHeat today and experience the multitude of features and benefits of this revolutionary 3 Phase tankless water heater for yourself!
CFEWH SERIES Hot Water Output Temperatures/Flow Rate Tables
The incoming water temperature of our 3 Phase instant hot water heaters will vary during summer and winter. The following tables show the hot water ﬂow rates at various inbound water temperatures for each of the 3 Phase hot water heater models available.
Important: “Electric instantaneous water heaters may draw high levels of power, but only for relatively very short periods of time when compared to electric storage tank water heaters. The wiring rules accomodate this difference by applying a calculation where the power demand requirement can be reduced by as much as 66%.”
Refer: AS/NZS 3000:2007 Electrical installation (Wiring Rules), Appendix C, Circuit Arrangements.
Installation instructions must be followed correctly as per CFEWH Installation manual.
Installation must conform to current electrical wiring and plumbing standards.