Vertical electric water heaters

Laars Electra-Therm commercial vertical water heaters series offers 150- to 2500-gallon electric water heater, from 12 to 360 kW, with 150 psi ASME code glass lining.

03/08/2017


Laars Electra-Therm commercial vertical water heaters series offers 150- to 2500 gallon electric water heater, from 12 to 360 kW, with 150 psi ASME code glass lining. Courtesy: LaarsLaars Electra-Therm commercial vertical water heaters also offer immersion thermostats, manual reset high limit, hinged and locking door and channel iron skid base. Options include BMS contacts, low water cut-off, electric step controller (for 36 kW and higher), low and high pressure switches, time clocks, and lifting lug access. Electra-Therm water heaters are easy to maintain, robust, simple to operate, and are clean and efficient.  The systems are ideal for use in hospitals, apartments, dormitories, commercial laundry facilities and in areas with limited gas availability.

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