Rheem Rheem Performance 60 Gal Electric Water Heater with 6 Year Warranty
Model # 629995|Store SKU # 1000792357
- Model # 629995
- Store SKU # 1000792357
The Rheem Performance Line. Exclusive to the Home Depot! A 60 gallon electric water heater providing an ample supply of water to households with 5 - 6 people. This model has a 6 year limited tank and parts warranty plus a 1 year in home labour warranty A patented magnesium anode rod design incorporates a special resistor that protects the tanks from corrosion, providing longer tank life. This unit comes with two 4500 watt elements and an automatic thermostat which keeps the water at the desired temperature, providing faster hot water delivery. Requires 240 volt electricity (a 30 amp breaker, with 10 gauge wire from the panel). Also available in a BC compliant model.
- 60 gal. tank provides ample hot water for households with 5 or more people
- 6 year tank and parts, 1 year labour limited warranty.
- Two 4500 watt stainless steel elements for faster water temperature recovery.
- Automatic thermostat keeps water at your desired temperature
- Meets and exceeds NRCAN efficiency standards
- Exclusive Home Depot Model.
bottom cold water feed??Hi Salim. Thanks for reaching out. That is correct. This would be a bottom fed. Hope this helps. Cheers.Date published: 2019-01-28
How many litres does this tank hold?This unit holds 272 litres.Date published: 2019-01-25
Hi, Is the power single phase? what is the maximum temperature for thermosta? Thank you in advancePlease contact Rheem Canada (800-268-6966) for more information.Date published: 2019-01-25
Hello, Do two heat elements (4500 watt each) work at the same time (9000 watt total) or they work in non-simultaneous operation ( 4500 watt total)? Do you think that 20 amp/208V single phase power source is enough to run it? Thank youPlease contact Rheem Canada (800-268-6966) for more information.Date published: 2019-01-25
What are the EF and FHR ratings on this model?In electric water heaters, the standard in Canada is to measure efficiency in stand by watts loss (the lower the number the better). The number is stand by watts for this tank is 87.Date published: 2018-04-17
specifications state 30-amp breaker required ... does this breaker have to be double-pole?As stated... It needs 240v in your panel. double-pole 30 does 240v where as single-pole does 110v. So to answer your question yes, it needs double-pole. Having said that, if you had to ask a simple electrical question such as that, I'd be a little worried about you passing code on your own doing your own electrical. Do you know how much of your panel should be free before you attempt to add a double-pole circuit? Do you know the proper gauge of wire needed? Are you aware of code for staples and where they need to be? Are you aware of what fittings are required at the plug? You could easily cause issues if you didn't answer yes to all those questions. Sorry for being blunt. I'm a property developer by trade. 95% of every house I've ever bought has had hack job electrical done by inexperienced people who "Thought" they could do the job. This even extends to general contractors not just the homeowners. If you saw some of the scary electrical that I've had to deal with, you'd see why I mention this to you. A qualified electrician can do this for you for less than $100. Piece of mind goes a long way.Date published: 2018-08-31
Your specs on the website show that the heating elements are stainless steel, whereas the shipping container in store describes the elements as copper. Which is it?The box is correct. The following model has the stainless steel upgrade, if you prefer. (1000839810). Sorry for the confusion. Cheers. Mike.Date published: 2016-12-09