Now you can have endless amounts
of hot water and save up to 60% on water heating cost
In keeping with the reliability and performance of our classic CHAMPION-ATC Electronic
Tankless Water Heater, we have developed the newer and more advanced CHAMPION-SCR2.
The new CHAMPION-SCR2 incorporates new space age technology and features a faster
and more accurate temperature sampling system, a manual resetable thermostat
and new air/water deferential analyzing system to prevent dry starts, (which
is a Key problem for other tankless systems).
By heating water only as it is needed the CHAMPION-SCR2 Tankless Water Heater
eliminates the need for bulky water heaters that heat water continuously. This
can reduce hot water cost up to 60% over conventional electric water heaters.
The CHAMPION-SCR2's high efficiency is in part due to its dedicated analog microprocessor
that samples input and output temperatures 21 times per second.
This power control system analyzes the data and manages power usage for maximum
efficiency and temperature stability. At rest, the CHAMPION-SCR2 uses no power
Available in seven models, the CHAMPION-SCR2 is ideal for wide range of applications.
One CHAMPION-SCR2 unit can supply the hot water needs of homes and apartments
and in some applications, energy savings can pay back the units cost in less
than one year.
Due to its shielded incoloy heating elements and copper & brass casing, the
CHAMPION-SCR2 is ideal in any application where mineral deposits shorten the
life of conventional water heater.
The CHAMPION-SCR2 Tankless Water Heater comes with a 10 year warranty on all
water carrying components and all other parts are warranted for one year. Installation
is quick and easy, requiring no venting or pressure relief valves, and the CHAMPION-SCR2's
compact size allows installation almost anywhere. The CHAMPIONSCR2 is without
a doubt the tankless water heater for the 21st Century.
Except for warranty related
issues, returned merchandise is subject to a 25% restocking
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Check Specification On
Unit Used. Voltage, Amperage, Breaker and WIre may vary depending
on local electrical standards, consult a professional plumber
or electrician for guidance.
The electrical specifications are based
on 220 volts. It should be noted that higher voltage would increase
power, just as lower voltage will have the reverse effect.