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Gas Water Heater - Rheem - Facility Management Product Release


Gas Water Heater: Rheem

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Rheem Triton high-efficiency commercial gas water heater offers built-in smart monitoring technology, universal retrofit features and an all-inclusive leak detection and prevention system.

Triton is equipped with a leak detection and prevention system. Factory installed to ensure proper alignment and accuracy, this system can catch a leak the size of a grain of sand and will allow no more than 24 ounces of water to escape into a vacuum lock before automatically shutting off and sending an immediate text alert.

Some of the built-in performance features of Triton include:

- EcoNet smart monitoring technology that provides systematic health checks and preventive maintenance service alerts with integrated WiFi for remote monitoring and alerts.

- Integrated BMS connectivity via a built-in BACnet port for additional monitoring capabilities through the building management system.

Other features include:

-Five water connection points.

- Flexible venting options including flex vent that makes conversion from standard to high efficiency gas much more cost effective.

- Triple pass heat exchanger constructed of ASME-grade steel and advanced power anode, minimizing rust and corrosion and maximizing the life of tank.

- A condensate neutralizer reduces water acidity for safe drainage and minimal corrosion.

- Energy-saving scheduling feature adjusts to heat the water only during peak operating hours.

Triton is available in Base and Premium models with 80- and 100-gallon capacities.


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posted: 5/31/2018