Keep Your Tankless Water Heater From Freezing

An Outdoor Tankless Water Heater helps homeowners secure water savings. Instead of keeping a large body of water at a warm temperature, they instantly heat water as you need it. When the weather turns cold and the temperatures begin to plunge, your tankless water heater is prone to freezing and experiencing other weather related issues. Whether you need to winterize your hot water heating system as you close down a summer cabin, or you live in an area with cold winters, your tankless system is going to require a little additional attention.

If you are also experiencing this issue, here are some tips that can prevent your tankless water heater from freezing.

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Please Protect Your Water Heater From Freeze Damage🌡️🌡️

During the stage of no using, the temperature is same between the insidde and outside of water,the water will expand when temperature reach 32°F(0°) even broken the water pipe.This is normal phenomenon and not is the quality problem.Open the drain plug to drain off the residual water in the water heater and then screw it tightly if the environment where the water heater is installed drops below 32°F(0°C).This can prevent the cold from damaging the water heater.

⚠️To drain the residual water totaly , please keep the water heater in vertical statue when draining water !

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Warm Tips

√ 1.When install the water heater please do not over tighten the connectors and pipes to prevent it from bursting and leaking.
√ 2.The exhaust and top will get hot, please check around area for flammables, especially gasoline or other vapors which may ignite. Please make sure there are no foreign objects around the portable tankless water heater or have fallen into the top.
√ 3.A gas leak detection is needed before use and please do not use flame for leak detection. Soapy solution, gas detectors, etc. are recommended to detect leaks.
√ 4.Please use only liquid propane as fuel and use it in a well-ventilated place.
√ 5.Please make sure there is enough water pressure. If the water pressure is below 15 kPa, the water heater cannot be ignited.
√ 6.If the outside temperature is around or below freezing(0℃/32℉), please ensure to drain out the water after each use to avoid internal damage to the heat exchanger.
√ 7.This water heater is not suitable for high altitude areas over 3300 feet and strong wind conditions.

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