How Many Types of Rheem Electric Hot Water Systems Are There?

September 23, 2022

Rheem is a well-known American brand with a track record of over 90 years of excellence in home comfort solutions. Its electric water heaters are some of its most popular products, and come in a wide range of models to suit different needs. In this article, we'll take a look at the four primary electric hot water system series Rheem offers and what there is to know about each.

Rheem Stellar Stainless Steel

This electric hot water system is one of Rheem's most popular - and for good reason. It boasts a degree of efficiency up to 24% higher than Minimum Electric Performance Standards and is extremely cost effective to operate. Not only that, but the Rheem Stellar Stainless Steel is very low maintenance, being free of anodes to change and with a corrosion-resistant stainless steel cylinder and fittings.

RheemPlus Electric Water Heater

Built in Australia with the country's conditions in mind, the RheemPlus Electric Water Heater is a go-to option for many families searching for a product that will reliably meet their needs. Not only does this model come with a 12 year warranty, but it's also available in a range of sizes to suit any household. A 125L, 160L, 250L or 315L tank capacity ensures there's always enough hot water for everyone, and its 50ºC pre-tempered system means it can withstand even the harshest conditions.

Rheem 491/492 Series

With a high quality, thoughtful design, the Rheem 491/492 Series is ideal for those in need of an electric water heater that will live up to the brand's name. It's been built for easy retrofitting with previous series models, and is available in an impressive range of sizes from 80L to 400L. This series features dual handed fittings and twin element models for greater heating efficiency. It also has a thicker anode (27mm) for increased corrosion protection, and is backed by a 12 year warranty.

Rheem Compact

Short on space? The Rheem Compact was built for you. This electric water heater series is the brand - and industry's - smallest, with available sizes measuring at just 390mm high (25L) and 670mm high (47L). That doesn't mean it skimps on performance, though; the Rheem Compact still offers a competitive hot water delivery of up to 47L. It's also the only series with recessed plug fittings, making it easier to install.

Now that you know a little more about each of Rheem's electric hot water system series, you can begin narrowing down your options to find the perfect model for your home. If you need any help, get in touch with a qualified Rheem installer today. They'll be able to assess your needs and make a recommendation accordingly.

 

Carlos Diaz
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