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Water Heater, Propane point of use
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Franz    Posted 05-24-2001 at 16:17:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'm looking for information on Propane fired Point of Use water heating equipment. Has anybody found a source of these units, preferably at a reasonable price?


Malcom Gorst    Posted 10-28-2003 at 10:44:55       [Reply]  [Send Email]
As a matter of interest, we are shipping Silicon Nitride Hot Surface Igniter replacement kits to wholesale in 8 weeks time. From then it is a question of how long it takes to get delivered to retail. Its priced the same as Carbide, comes in a blister pk with igniter, universal brakets, wire nuts and instruction booklet. Because it's a robust product its been designed to hang in store. You only need carry one on the van, so ask your retailer to put one aside for you, as our initial production run is only for 60,000 kits. This will increase with added plant in the factory, but that will be it for the 2003/4 season.


Bill T    Posted 04-15-2002 at 15:27:55       [Reply]  [Send Email]
http://www.healthgoods.com/Education/Healthy_Home_Information/Water_Heating/demand_water_heaters.htm

P.S. the above website has vendors and info - bt


Robin Hood Home Depot sells 'em    Posted 05-26-2001 at 16:17:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
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Fogey    Posted 05-25-2001 at 19:40:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
Without knowing how much water you need, you might try snooping around at travel trailers or links to them. Lots of them use propane for heating water, running fridges etc. I mean the bigger trailers -- the around 30 footers that snowbirds tow south every Fall.


JoeK    Posted 05-24-2001 at 19:41:04       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thermar,one of the pioneers,has apparently been discontinued,,,found this one,but a bit pricey at $900


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