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Does anyone have any experience with tankless point of use water heaters for a small shop, evening weekend shop. I ran a water line out to my shop and would like hot water for washing. Preferably an electric unit. Any input? Thanks.
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I've been running a tiny tankless point of use heater in my shop. No bathroom. Just used for hand washing and hot water for washing parts. Works like a champ but they need a higher amperage circuit.
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I had a used one that I installed....worked fine in my shop sink... Was a little underpowered but it was free.
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I used a Rheem 18KW for a few years. Two 40 amp 240 circuits. It worked well, plenty of hot water for showers. It eventually stopped turning on. I checked it out and it appears the board has an issue.
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