High Performance and High Efficiency
The S-Series electric water heater from Vaughn Thermal combines time proven technologies with our Hydrastone Cement lining for the industry's longest lasting and most reliable high efficiency water heater. The Vaughn S-Series electric water heaters are equipped with low watt density elements, thereby reducing the potential problem of mineral build up common to the failure of conventional elements. A cleverly designed cold water inlet connection gently diffuses the flow of cold water in the lower portion of the tank, resulting in improved energy efficiency and performance. The S-Series is available in a wide range of sizes, making it a versatile fit for any project. Lowest standby heat loss, proven components and the industry's longest lasting tank make the S-Series electric water heater the preferred choice for your water heating needs.
- How It
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Heavy Duty Construction
- Seamless Hydrastone cement lining provides long tank life
- Plastic jacket will not rust, scratch or dent eliminating damage and is maintenance free
- 2" thick polyurethane foam insulation reduces standby heat loss to maximize operating efficiency
Advanced Heating Element
- Low watt density element and all copper/brass construction provides protection against mineral build up
No Sacrificial Anode Rod
- Reduces operation expenses by eliminating periodic inspection and replacement costs associated with maintaining an anode rod
Radiant and Space Heating Certified in the USA and Canada
- Industry leading 10 year tank warranty and 1 year limited parts warranty
Model S Water Heater Specifications
Model S: 2" Polyurethane Foam
Model ME: 3" Polyurethane Foam
Standard: 10 Year Non Pro-Rated
Optional: Lifetime Warranty
The Vaughn tank is all welded heavy steel construction designed for 150 psi working pressure and tested to 300 psi. Each tank is centrifugally lined with 1/2" thick seamless high density Hydrastone cement with guaranteed 100% coverage of all steel surfaces. All tank openings are non-ferrous solid copper-silicon and are resistant to the corrosive effects of hot water.
3/4" combination cold water inlet and drain, with non-corrosive strata flow diffuser which prevents incoming cold water from mixing too rapidly with the hot water in the tank and assures delivery of more hot water - not lukewarm. A 3/4" hot water outlet with a uniquely designed built-in heat trap prevents heated water from radiating through the piping during standby periods.
Copper sheathed immersion heating elements with low watt density for prolonged life - up to 12 KW in 120, 208, 240, 277, 480 volt single phase. An adjustable surface thermostat operates in 110-170°F range.
Integral hi-limit with manual reset button for over-temperature protection is factory set at 190°F.
Upper and lower element configurations are factory wired for non-simultaneous operation.
Highly efficient thick polyurethane foam insulation meets or exceed the requirements of ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1-2007 standards for energy efficiency and heat loss.
The exterior protective jacket is constructed from high impact composite material which cannot rust or corrode and does not require painting.
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Recovery Capacity (Gal./Hour) For Various Wattages & Water Temperature Rises
Electric Heating Element - Dual Ratings and Recovery Rates - 240 Volts to 208 Volts
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Measurement of Resistance in Elements
FormulasA = W / V
R = V / A
W = A x V
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