They are a division of Stiebel-Eltron and are produced in a range of sizes that give you options for point of use or whole house application. We’ve reviewed Titan models in the past and will continue to do so. This post gives you an overview of why they are top sellers in the tankless water heater industry.
Titan Offers Large Capacity Electric Tankless Water Heaters
The largest electric units don’t have the capacity as the largest gas models, but they can be used in 1-2 bedroom homes to meet the needs of 1-3 people. The Titan SCR3 N-160 tankless water heater can deliver up to 4.0 gallons per minute in climates with fairly warm incoming ground water. Most, however, are point of use models designed for a single bathroom or fixture, or to be used as a dedicated hot water source for a laundry room or jetted tub. Models with flow rates from .5 GPM complement the larger models.
Titan Tankless Water Heaters are Versatile
All you need is electricity. There’s no gas line to run, and these units can be installed nearly anywhere. They are ideal for homes, workshops, labs, classrooms, cottages, boats and even RVs. Titan makes 110/120 volt models as well as 220/240 volt models that offer higher capacities. The Titan line is also high on the energy star rating list.
Titan Water Heaters are Compact and Stylish
The reason these units are so popular is that the fit anywhere, such as underneath a cabinet. In addition, with European styling, they are attractive enough to be wall-mounted in sight. They are quiet, too, so having one in an open space won’t produce unwanted noise.
Titan Has a Good Service Record
Titan tankless water heaters offer consumers very good durability. You can install one with confidence, knowing it will give you years of reliable service in a residential or commercial setting.
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