Eemax RV Water Heaters Review

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Eemax RV water heaters from Eemax Inc. are on demand electric tank-less appliances, with modern and compact design, easy to install and troubleshoot and ideal for RV and for marine applications.


Model Reviews

eemax rv water heatersEemax Inc. offers three RV and marine models; all of them are point of use water heaters, for small jobs, constructed in three power ratings:

  • Eemax EX2412M model provides 2.4 kW, requires 120V and 20A, 10 AWG wire size, min. 25 psi and max. 150 psi, gives 1 gallon per minute of hot water at 17 F temp. rise.

  • Eemax EX3012M model provides 3.0 kW, requires 120V and 25A, 10 AWG wire size, min 25 psi and max 150 psi, gives 1 gpm at 21 F temp. rise.

  • Eemax EX3512M model provides 3.5 kW, requires 120V and 29A, 10 AWG wire size, min 25 psi and max 150 psi, gives 1 gpm at 24 F temp. rise.

Note: All Eemax RV heaters must have its own and independent hard wired circuit and correctly rated double pole breaker and wires.


Features Review

  • Eemax RV water heaters are designed as instantaneous units as they work on demand; the flow switch activates the unit when there is a demand for hot water.

  • Eemax RV point of use units are small, with dimensions: 10.75" W x 5.25" H x 3" D so they can easily fit almost anywhere, without occupying valuable space from your boat, RV or mobile home.

  • All the created power goes for heating so units are 99% energy efficient.

  • Maximum outgoing temperature is 140 F.

  • Eemax RV water heaters are designed for standard US shore power of 120 V, so they can use dockside or campsite electrical grid.

  • All Eemax models are designed for low volume applications, hand washing, for example.

  • Eemax RV models are easy to install, usually under the sink. Models are using bottom connection to the cold water supply and its rear for the electrical hook up. Temperature and pressure relief valve is not needed.

  • Eemax Inc. provides one year limited warranty on parts and five years on leaks.

All WH for recreational vehicles have to be installed correctly; vertically, and usually on the wall, below the level of all hot water outlets it supplies, with the fittings facing down.

Special Eemax aerators should be installed to provide the water flow rate to be less than 1.5 gpm.

In order to activate the unit your RV water heater needs at least 0.5 gallons per minute.

(Photo courtesy of Eemax)

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