PROLINE® 50-GAL Short ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
This ProLine® Standard 50 gallon electric water heater by State Water Heaters is the reliable choice when you are looking to maximize your hot water output and is designed with environmentally-friendly insulation to reduce standby heat loss.
With a 50-gallon (nominal) tank producing 6,000 watts and a 0.92 Uniform Energy Factor, the EN6-50-DORS delivers a first-hour rating of 50 gallons and a recovery rate of 21 gallons per hour. It carries a 6-year limited tank warranty.
|Rated Storage Volume||46|
|Water Connection Size||3/4"|
|Limited Tank Warranty||6 years|
|Limited Parts Warranty||6 years|
Dimensions and Venting
Is this enough hot water?*
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time to fill tub
Many factors affect the actual performance of a water heater. This represents our closest approximation of your likely experience with this water heater in the United States, but actual performance may vary depending on factors beyond our ability to control or estimate. *Annual Estimated energy costs are estimated calculated from the energy efficiency of each water heater, estimated household hot water usage & set temperature, national average groundwater temperature, and national average energy prices as reported by the Department of Energy and the Energy Information Administration.
Between unforeseen complications, additional parts, disposing of your old water heater and your valuable time, installing a water heater yourself can end up costing more than hiring a professional.
What to expect on installation day with basic labor and favorable site conditions:
- Place and level mounting pad
- Mount and secure condenser to pad
- Install heat exchanger in existing supply plenum
- Connect, insulate lines between condenser and heat exchanger
- Connect existing thermostat
- Connect condenser to power
- Charge condenser with up to 12 lbs of R410a refrigerant
- Power unit
- Verify proper cycling and temperature control. Includes planning, equipment and material acquisition, area preparation and protection, setup and cleanup.
- Remove and dispose of existing unit
- Any surface demolition, structural modifications, and restoration if needed may result in an additional cost
- Note: Permits may be required and additional fees may apply.
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year limited warranty
Uniform Energy Factor