It is the user’s responsibility to ensure clean, safe, bottled drinking water is used to fill the water heater. Once fully drained, no water should be left in the water heater, no pooling can occur (providing the water heater is level). The time required to heat the water from 60°C to 93°C ensures self-disinfection from aquatic bacteria e.g legionella.
Water heater installation, fitting and safety
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Can I connect the water heater to the vehicle’s 12v auxiliary power output (lighter socket)?
No, the water heater draws 30A of current and would damage your vehicle’s 12v socket and wiring. The water heater would need to be wired to a battery using the correct wire, terminated with the supplied power connector and pins.
10AWG, 6mm2 tri-rated wire for 30A water heaters
8AWG, 10mm2 tri-rated wire for 60A water heaters
Is the water heater easy to fit?
Is the water heater safe to use in my vehicle?
Where can I fit the water heater in my vehicle (location)?
Distance from battery? Wiring lengths?
Do I need to be an electrician to fit the water heater?
Will it interfere with my vehicle’s existing equipment?
Do I need to service my water heater?
I would like voltage sensing activated on my water heater, but I want to choose the activation voltage?
During the manufacturing process we can change the activation voltage to a user defined voltage if required.
I don’t know if I need to activate ‘Voltage Sensing- VS’ or ‘Alternator Sensing- AS’?
What warranty do I have?
Can I turn on extra features when I’ve received my water heater?
How hot will the water get?
Can I fit the water heater externally on my vehicle?
Can I leave the water in my water heater?
Is there a risk from aquatic bacteria?