The Stiebel Eltron Tempra Series Whole House Electronic Tankless Water Heater
Advanced technology, energy saving performance and compact design.
Unlimited Supply of Hot Water
Keeps heating water instantly as you require. The Tempra Series system completely replaces a conventional tank heater with no disruption to your comfort and hot water needs.
Saves Energy and Reduces Your Electric Bill
Electric tank type water heaters are subject to stand-by losses which amount to 20-30% of the KWH used. Changing to a tankless system results in savings of up to 15 – 20% off your total monthly electric bill.
Sleek Design Saves Space
The Tempra Series takes up considerably less space than conventional tank type water tanks and saves valuable living space.
Control Temperature Simply by Setting a Dial
Set the knob on the front cover and enjoy water temperatures between 86°F (30°C) and 125°F (52°C). Change the desired temperature at anytime. Advanced microprocessor technology ensures that the water temperature never deviates from the set point.
Tankless Hot Water has an enviable track record of engineering excellence and product quality. The three years parts warranty is unique in the industry. You can depend on the T-Series for many years to come.
Seismic Proof Construction
The Tempra Series is a tankless water heater system, and is thereby not subject to seismic code. There is no need for preventative construction, as required when using a tank type water heater.
Take The Cover Off
We have done our homework. As a leader in the tankless electric water heating industry, Tankless Hot Water is proud to introduce the new Tempra Series. Germany’s engineering and manufacturing tradition of excellence means that you can depend on its performance for many years to come.
Superior, Reliable Performance
The Tempra Series has several temperature and flow sensors which feed their readings into the unit’s proprietary microprocessor control. Heating elements are engaged in stages, achieving the temperature you desire. The Tempra Series continually monitors the water temperature it produces.