Suburban Nautilus On Demand Water Heater, gas only
Approx $725.49 USD
Product Code: IW60A
Categories: Space & Water Heaters.
Enjoy endless hot water with Suburban’s NAUTILUS On Demand RV Water Heater. Say “good-bye” to waiting for water to reheat in a conventional tank.
Showers and baths are best enjoyed slowly, so LIVE FREE from the restraints of limited hot water supplies. Dishes and even the laundry can be done with an infinite supply of hot water whenever and wherever, simultaneously from every fixture.
With no storage tank to heat water, the NAUTILUS On Demand RV Water Heater reduces weight and increases efficiency by
only operating when the need for hot water arises.
The NAUTILUS On Demand RV Water Heater uses an exclusive 60,000 BTU 2-Stage Modulating Combustion System (MCS)
which instantaneously adjusts the LP gas input to provide consistent and endless comfort regardless of your hot water needs.
Suburban’s NAUTILUS On Demand Water Heater - developed with INDUSTRY-BEST:
- Exclusive 60,000 BTU Two-Stage Self Modulating Combustion System
- Built-In Freeze Protection
- Only 16.3kg Installed (including optional accessories)
- Two-Year Warranty
The EXCLUSIVE 2-Stage Modulating Combustion System (MCS) Monitors:
- Inlet water temperature
- Inlet water flow
- Output water temperature
- Combustion air fan speed
- Heat exchanger & burner operation
PERFORMANCE SPECS SUBURBAN NAUTILUS MODEL Nautilus IW60A, 5187A MAXIMUM MJ/hr 64 (5) burners TWO-STAGE
Self Modulating Combustion System
Stage 1 Operation: 2 Burners
Stage 2 Operation: 5 Burners
Fuel Source Universal LP Gas Dry Weight 15 kg with vent assembly
Optional access panel 2.3 Kg shipping weight
12 VDC = AMPS 2.1 AMPS Operational Voltage Range 10.2 - 14.5 VDC MAXIMUM Output Water Temperature 50°C Output Water Temperature - Factory Setting 50°C Digital Control Center Temperature Range 35° - 50° (C) Liters Per Minute (LPM) Required Flow 1.9 LPM Freeze Protection Standard Warranty 2 - Year Product Dimensions 316.6 mm W x 317.8 mm H x 464.9 mm D
(includes inlet & discharge water lines)