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Rheem RTE-9 Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

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Continuous, on demand, hot water and a compact design means this Electric Tankless Water Heater is perfect for point-of-use applications.
Features:
  • Can heat a maximum of 3 gallons per minute
  • Energy efficient when compared to traditional water heaters
  • On-unit temperature control
  • LEDs indicate active element and standby mode
  • Standard 1/2 in. water connection
  • Rugged brass/copper heat exchanger
  • Great for homes, condos, hospitals, boats, offices, laboratories, and anywhere hot water is needed
Includes:
  • 9 kW Electric Tankless Water Heater - RTE-9

Specifications

Weight: 8 lbs.
Activation Flow: 0.40 GPM
Amperage: 38
Application: Point-Of-Use
Kilowatts: 9
Required Breaker: 40 Amp
Water Connection: 1/2 in. NPT
Wire Size: 8 Gauge

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  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    I currently have a gas water heater, and would like to go electric. My question is, can I use one of these in a mobile home and can I use 120 power, instead of 240 power?
    Asked on 8/16/2016 by TL

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The RTE-9 will require 220v. The only water heater offered that is capable of running on 120v is a model RTE-3. Unfortunately, model RTE-3 does not put out enough gallons per minute to handle a shower.

      Answered on 8/17/2016 by Ray from Atlanta
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    Would this unit work 4 hot water in a kitchen sink, a bathroom sink, and a bathtub/shower? but not used all at the same time or can it only be hooked up to one thing thank you for a prompt response
    Asked on 5/11/2016 by Krista from Fremont, MI

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The RTE 9 is a point of use unit, it is made to connect to one single application

      Answered on 5/17/2016 by Taylor from Atlanta,GA
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    I live in a Mobile home, all electric, with the current water heater in the Master Bath Closet.. This sounds exactly like the product I need, but is it suitable for a 2008 Mobile home?..
    I know sometimes items are made different... Please, Let me know, and if I need more tools to hook it up? because, I know nothing..
    Thank you!
    Donna..
    Asked on 5/5/2016 by Donna from Camp Hill, Al.

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Hi Donna, please contact Rheem directly for use in a mobile home. Rheem can be reached at 866-720-2076.

      Answered on 5/7/2016 by RS from Atlanta
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    What are the dimensions?
    Asked on 3/28/2016 by LT from Butler, PA

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The dimensions of this product are as follows: Length: 10 Width: 7-1/4.

      Answered on 3/29/2016 by Dennis from Atl
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    What are the dimensions?
    Asked on 3/27/2016 by LT from Butler, PA

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The Rheem RTE-9 is 10 inches high,7-1/4 inches wide,3 1/4 deep, and weighs 8 pounds.

      Answered on 3/28/2016 by RS from Atlanta
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    how many volts does this unit use?
    Asked on 11/16/2015 by joseph from United States

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      This model is 240 volt.

      Answered on 11/16/2015 by Dennis from Atl
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    Can this heat water if the groundwater is very cold in Pittsburgh winters? Does it get hot enough for the kitchen sink needs, such as cleaning dishes?
    Asked on 11/10/2015 by naacmail from Ellwood City, PA

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The RTE-9 is a point of use unit that would only be able to supply the hot water to one application at a time. Even then, depending on the desired temp, the unit may not be able supply hot enough water if it cannot meet the degree rise needed. A kitchen sink runs at about 1.5 GPM. If the ground temp. during the winter is around 35 degrees, than no smaller than the RTE-13 would be recommended for a kitchen sink.

      Answered on 3/16/2016 by Taylor from Atlanta,GA
    • A:

      This is based on the amount of heat the unit can produce which is calculated with BTU If these know what they are doing the can take any supply water temperature and calculate how many BTtU it will,take to heat a given volume of water to a specific temptress. This is not rocket science and I for one can't understand why they do not have this Connor chart available on this site. It helps if every unit told the voltage each electric unit power supply is ti use. Go to Home Depot and they will give you the answers you need, while you are there pay for the service they provide if they earn your business.. Just saying there is not enough information for the technology they are selling, in stead it sounds like all the room buildings condos restaurants or what ever at on the same block in dream land using the same water supply. I'm just sayin This sight is cumbersome

      Answered on 11/16/2015 by JimDome Builder from Austin Texas
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    The diagrams that come with this product have a chart for deciding what kw unit matches up to what application; with a ground water of 70 degree's F and a flow rate of 2gpm, the recommendation is 7kw. BUT, at the bottom of the chart it says "recommendations based on hot water outlet temp of 105 degree F". I'm confused. If my water reaching the unit was already 105 degree's, then why would i be buying this unit? the water reaching my unit will be much lower (80's). will this unit still work for me?
    Asked on 11/1/2015 by BigDan

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The diagram is showing the ground water temp and giving degree rise based on that, these units are not usually used in conjunction with another water heater supplying already heated water to it. If the ground water temp to your unit is 80 degrees then the flow rate will be higher (near 3 gpm) since the unit will not have to work as hard to heat the water to the desired temp.

      Answered on 11/3/2015 by Taylor from Atlanta,GA
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    On the last page of the user manual there are several diagrams; one diagram says the flow rate in gpm is 1.5 for a kitchen sink faucet. I'm confused about this diagram. is it saying that this unit reduces the gpm of a kitchen faucet to 1.5? because the average fpm of a kitchen faucet is 2.2 in the USA, correct?hanks

    link to diagram: http://cdn.globalimageserver.com/fetchdocument-rh.aspx?name=rte-9-tankless-electric-spec-sheet
    Asked on 11/1/2015 by BigDan

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Every kitchen sinks gpm is going to vary. The average sink ranges from 1.5-2 gpm

      Answered on 11/3/2015 by Taylor from Atlanta,GA
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    110v or240v
    Asked on 10/20/2015 by adnan from tx

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The RTE-9 is 240v.

      Answered on 10/22/2015 by Dennis from Atl
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    What are the basic usage qualifications for this unit? I am trying to replace a whole house unit in a 1 bath home. I am seeing answers that say, NO don't use it for showering and then right below it one says, yes you can. Both staff expert answers. Can I get some clarification? Also, how wide is the unit from pipe fitting to pipe fitting and I will be replacing my existing on demand hot water heater.
    Asked on 7/31/2015 by Mysti from United States

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The RTE-9 provides a best case scenario of 3 GPM. That flow rate is only achieved when the unit does the least amount of heating needed to meet the desired temp. A shower usually takes about 2 GPM but as the degree rise is increased the flow rate decreases. Long story short is, this unit will struggle to provide hot water to a shower once a 45 degree rise is needed. So, if the city water coming in is 45 to the unit, and the unit heats it another 45 degrees to meet the demanded temp, it will not be able to maintain a flow rate needed for a shower.

      Answered on 8/1/2015 by Taylor from Atlanta,GA
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    Can this be installed using hot water to supply it? I'm assuming sensor would know when to activate to heat water if needed, and shut off if water temp is hot enough.
    Asked on 7/20/2015 by Carl

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Yes, this unit can be installed with a hot water line supplying it.

      Answered on 7/20/2015 by Dennis from Atl
    • A:

      Yes, this unit can be installed with a hot water line supplying it.

      Answered on 7/20/2015 by Community Answer from None
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    Would this unit work in an rv. Now I have lp gas for the water heater looking for hot water for the shower thanks
    Asked on 6/1/2015 by granville from george town ky.

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      This is a fully electric tankless water heater. It will be sufficient enough for a shower. You just need to have a 240V outlet and a 40 amp breaker available to get this item to work.

      Answered on 6/2/2015 by Sonny from Lawrencville, GA
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    SO THIS WOULD BE CONSIDERED A WHOLE HOUSE UNIT?
    Asked on 4/11/2015 by C. BELL from PITTSBURGH, PA

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      No,this unit is a point of use only water heater.It runs a shower or a sink only.

      Answered on 4/13/2015 by Dennis from Atl
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    Will this unit work fir a shower ??
    Asked on 2/19/2015 by ccb from pa

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      I would not recommend that unit for a shower.

      Answered on 2/20/2015 by RS from Atlanta
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    Does this unit consume any power when it is on standby? Or do the heating elements only come on when the hot water tap is open?

    Thank you.
    Asked on 1/31/2015 by Erw from Manitoba, Canada

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The RTE-9 has a minimum activation flow rate of .40gpm

      Answered on 2/19/2015 by Taylor from Atlanta,GA
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    what kind of warranty does this unit come with?
    Asked on 1/18/2015 by tom from az

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The Applicable Warranty Periods are twelve (12) years from the Effective Date for the heat exchanger and five (5) years from the Effective Date for the component parts if the water heater is installed in a single-family dwelling. If the water heater is installed anywhere other than a single-family dwelling or in any system in which the water is recirculated, the Applicable Warranty Periods will be limited to one (1) year from the Effective Date.

      Answered on 1/20/2015 by Dennis from Atl
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      LIMITED WARRANTY
      RHEEM® or RUUD® Residential Tankless Gas Water Heaters
      GENERAL

      This Limited Warranty is only available to the original owner of this water heater. It is not transferable. Rheem Manufacturing Company (Rheem) warrants this Rheem or Ruud water heater, and its component parts, to be free from defects in materials and workmanship, under normal use and service, for the Applicable Warranty Period. At its option, Rheem will repair or replace the defective water heater, or defective component part(s), in accordance with the terms of this Limited Warranty, if it fails in normal use and service during the Applicable Warranty Period. The replacement water heater must be manufactured by Rheem. The replacement component part(s) must be Rheem authorized component part(s). The replacement unit will be warranted only for the unexpired portion of the original unit's Applicable Warranty Period.

      Answered on 1/20/2015 by RS from Atlanta
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    I plan to hook this unit up to my house hot water line in a bathroom that is about 35ft from the house tank. The question is will the heating element turn off when the house water that is about 125 degrees reaches the thermal coupler in the waterless tank? Please advise.
    Thanks
    Gerald
    Asked on 1/10/2015 by Gerry from Evans Ga.

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Your question would be best answered by the Mfg,please call 1-866-720-2076

      Answered on 1/22/2015 by Dennis from Atl
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    does it ever run out of hot water?
    Asked on 12/13/2014 by jay from texas

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      No, that unit provides continuous, on demand hot water.

      Answered on 3/3/2015 by RS from Atlanta
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    I have a one shower home with a washer and dryer. Would this unit work well for the showering needs as well as the sink and washer? Or would it only work for the shower? And if so what I need to install another one for the washer and sinks in the home?
    Asked on 11/24/2014 by Neva from Portland, or

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      This unit would not be recommended to run a shower.

      Answered on 3/5/2015 by RS from Atlanta
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    I have 150 amp service in my house. My existing tank heater has 40 amp breakers. We are retired and don't use that much water. We use a shower 100% of the time. Will the Rheem RTE-9 do the job of heating our water?

    Bob
    Asked on 1/19/2014 by Bob from Ormond Beach,Fl.

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Your question would be best answered by Rheem. They can be contacted directly at 866-720-2076.

      Answered on 3/1/2014 by Ken from A
    • A:

      yes, make sure that you use the correct amperage breaker to protect the wiring and the appicance

      Answered on 8/18/2014 by Tom from Los Alamitos, Ca
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    I have a 30amp breaker on my old hot water tank.Can I use this 30 amp breaker on the Model RTE-9 if I decide to purchase the tankless water heater?
    Asked on 1/9/2014 by Ron from Dunbar,WV

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      No, this heater requires a 40 Amp breaker to operate.

      Answered on 2/25/2014 by Ken from Atlanta, GA
    • A:

      Hello I don't work for this company, but to answer your Q. it' NO, you need a 40 amp breaker with 8 gauge wiring. 2 hot legs, 1 neutral leg and 1 ground leg. hope this helps.

      Answered on 2/12/2015 by Coach from B.R. La.
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    Would this unit make a good 1-2 car wash heater in the winter?
    Asked on 1/1/2014 by Dave from Cleveland, Ohio

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      This heater heats a maximum of 3 gallons per minute. It is good for homes, condos, hospitals, boats, offices, laboratories, and anywhere hot water is needed.

      Answered on 2/19/2014 by Ken from Atlanta, GA
  • Electric Tankless Water Heater - 9 kW

    Q:

    110v or 220v?
    Asked on 11/22/2013 by gypsy

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The heater is rated at 240V.

      Answered on 11/22/2013 by Ken from Atlanta, GA
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Warranty

LIMITED WARRANTY
RHEEM® or RUUD® Residential Tankless Gas Water Heaters

GENERAL

This Limited Warranty is only available to the original owner of this water heater. It is not transferable. Rheem Manufacturing Company (Rheem) warrants this Rheem or Ruud water heater, and its component parts, to be free from defects in materials and workmanship, under normal use and service, for the Applicable Warranty Period. At its option, Rheem will repair or replace the defective water heater, or defective component part(s), in accordance with the terms of this Limited Warranty, if it fails in normal use and service during the Applicable Warranty Period. The replacement water heater must be manufactured by Rheem. The replacement component part(s) must be Rheem authorized component part(s). The replacement unit will be warranted only for the unexpired portion of the original unit's Applicable Warranty Period.

EFFECTIVE DATE

The Effective Date of warranty coverage (or the beginning of the Applicable Warranty Periods) is the date of installation of the water heater, if properly documented. Otherwise, it is the date of manufacture of the water heater plus ninety (90) days.

APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIODS

The Applicable Warranty Periods are ten (10) years from the Effective Date for the heat exchanger and three (3) years from the Effective Date for the component parts if the water heater is installed in a single-family dwelling. If the water heater is installed anywhere other than a single-family dwelling or in any system in which the water is recirculated, the Applicable Warranty Periods will be limited to one (1) year from the Effective Date.

APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIODS FOR PURCHASES AFTER 7/1/08 or a 53, 66, or 74 Model Rheem Tankless Water Heater

The Applicable Warranty Periods are twelve (12) years from the Effective Date for the heat exchanger and five (5) years from the Effective Date for the component parts if the water heater is installed in a single-family dwelling. If the water heater is installed anywhere other than a single-family dwelling or in any system in which the water is recirculated, the Applicable Warranty Periods will be limited to one (1) year from the Effective Date.

APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIODS FOR PURCHASES BEFORE 7/1/08 or a 42 Model Rheem Tankless Water Heater

The Applicable Warranty Periods are twelve (12) years from the Effective Date for the heat exchanger and five (5) years from the Effective Date for the component parts if the water heater is installed in a single-family dwelling. If the water heater is installed anywhere other than a single-family dwelling or in any system in which the water is recirculated, the Applicable Warranty Periods will be limited to one (1) year from the Effective Date.

All Applicable Warranties will be limited to three (3) years from the Effective Date if the water heater is installed in a system in which the water is re-circulated, but not if its an on-demand re-circulation system which utilizes existing hot and cold water lines, or a dedicated return line without the use of a temperature sensor, timer, or a continuously operating pump

All Applicable Warranties will be limited to three (1) year from the effective date if the water heater is installed anwhere other than a single-family dwelling.

WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS

This Limited Warranty will not cover:

  1. Service trips to your home to teach you how to install, use, or maintain this water heater or to bring the water heater installation into compliance with local building codes and regulations.
  2. This residential tankless water heater if it is installed for use in: spa or pool heating; a mobile home; a recreational vehicle; a boat or any other watercraft.
  3. Units installed in any circulating system in which the temperature of the incoming water to the water heater is in excess of 120° F.
  4. Damages, malfunctions or failures resulting from failure to install the water heater in accordance with applicable building codes/ordinances or good plumbing and electrical trade practices.
  5. Damages, malfunctions or failures resulting from improper installation or failure to operate and maintain the unit in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions provided, including outside of recommended water quality levels as listed in the chart below:
  6. Performance problems caused by improper sizing of the water heater or the gas supply line, the venting connection, combustion air openings, electric service voltage, wiring, or fusing.
  7. Damages, malfunctions or failures caused by improper conversion from natural gas to LP gas or LP gas to natural gas fuel source.
  8. Damages, malfunctions or failures caused by operating the water heater with any parts removed or with modified, altered, or unapproved parts installed.
  9. Damages, malfunctions or failures caused by abuse, accident, fire, flood, freeze, lightning, acts of God and the like.
  10. Heat exchanger failures (leaks) caused by operating the water heater in a corrosive or contaminated atmosphere or damages, malfunctions or failures caused by lime or mineral build-up.
  11. Damages, malfunctions or failures caused by operating the unit at water temperatures exceeding the maximum setting of the operating, or high limit, control.
  12. Heat exchanger failures caused by operating the water heater when it is not supplied with potable water.
  13. Damages, malfunctions or failures caused by subjecting the heat exchanger to pressures, or firing rates, greater than those shown on the rating label.
  14. Damages, malfunctions or failures resulting from the use of any attachment, including any energy saving device, not authorized by Rheem.
  15. Units installed outside the fifty states (and the District of Columbia) of the United States of America and the Dominion of Canada.
  16. Units removed from the original installation location and reinstalled elsewhere.
  17. Units that have had their rating labels altered, tampered with, or removed. A water heater should not be operated if the rating label is removed.

LABOR, SHIPPING, AND PROCESSING COSTS

This Limited Warranty does not cover any labor expenses for service, repairs, reinstallation, permits, or removal and disposal of the failed water heater, or defective component part(s). All such expenses are your responsibility. Rheem will pay the transportation costs for an “in-warranty” replacement water heater, or “in-warranty” replacement component part(s), to a convenient delivery point (selected by Rheem) near the place the original water heater, or original component part(s), is located: such as a local Rheem or Ruud water heater distributor.You must pay any local freight charges, including the cost of returning the failed water heater, or defective component part(s) to a convenient shipping location (selected by Rheem): such as a local Rheem or Ruud water heater distributor. Rheem does not authorize, recommend, or receive any benefit from any claims processing or similar fees charged by others to process warranty claims for any Rheem or Ruud water heater or component part(s). Rheem will not reimburse any party for these, or any other, fees not specifically covered in this Limited Warranty document.

HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY CLAIM ASSISTANCE

Any claim for warranty assistance must be made promptly. First, determine if your water heater is “in-warranty” (that is, within the Applicable Warranty Period).You can determine your unit's warranty status by adding its Applicable Warranty Period to its date of installation. However, if you do not have documentary proof of your water heater's date of installation, your unit's warranty status will be based on its date of manufacture. The first four digits of the unit's serial number represent the month and year it was manufactured. Add the Applicable Warranty Period plus ninety (90) days to the date of manufacture to determine whether the water heater is still covered by this Limited Warranty.You may also determine your unit's warranty status by obtaining the complete model number, complete serial number, and date of installation of your water heater and then accessing the “Warranty Verification” information on Rheem Water Heaters' internet website (www.rheem.com) or contacting Rheem Water Heaters' Claims Department (telephone (800) 621-5622) during normal business hours (in the Central Time Zone) to determine if the Applicable Warranty Period has expired. If your water heater is “in-warranty”, contact the plumber, or mechanical contractor, that installed it for assistance with the warranty repairs, or replacement, required.You may also select a plumber, or mechanical contractor, from your local Yellow Pages to assist you. Rheem Water Heaters' Technical Service personnel are available to assist you (by telephone at (800) 432-8373 or via e-mail at techserv@rheem.com) in obtaining “in-warranty” service or to answer your questions about the operation or repair of your water heater during normal business hours (in the Central Time Zone). Be prepared to provide the plumber, mechanical contractor, or Rheem Technical Service person you call with the complete model number, the complete serial number, and the date of installation of your water heater in addition to an explanation of your water heater problem. If an exact replacement is not available, Rheem will provide you with the current model of your water heater, or component part(s), or a replacement unit with comparable operating features. If government regulations or industry certification or similar standards require the replacement water heater, or replacement component part(s), to have features not found in the defective water heater, or the defective component part(s), you will be charged for the difference in price represented by those required features. If you pay the price difference for those required features and/or to upgrade the size and/or other features available on a replacement new water heater, you will also receive a complete new Limited Warranty (with the full Applicable Warranty Periods) for the replacement new water heater. Rheem reserves the right to inspect, or require the return of, the failed water heater or the defective component part(s). Each “in-warranty” failure water heater must be made available to Rheem (with the rating label and all the component parts intact) in exchange for the replacement water heater. Each defective “in-warranty” component part to be replaced must be returned to Rheem in exchange for the replacement component part. Warranty compensation is subject to validation of “in-warranty” coverage by Rheem Claims Department personnel.

  • To obtain warranty compensation for an “in-warranty” water heater failure, you must provide Rheem with: (at Rheem's option) either the failed water heater (with the rating label and all the component parts intact) or the complete original rating label (photocopies are not acceptable) removed from the failed water heater; the complete model number and the complete serial number of the Rheem or Ruud water heater that replaced the failed unit; and the date the original water heater failed.You may also be required to provide documentary proof of the failed water heater's date of installation to establish its “in-warranty” status.
  • To receive warranty compensation for an “in-warranty” defective component part, you must provide Rheem with: the defective component part; the complete model number and the complete serial number of the Rheem or Ruud water heater from which the defective component part was removed; and the date the defective component part failed.You may also be required to provide documentary proof of the date of installation of the Rheem or Ruud water heater from which the defective part was removed — or the date of purchase of the part (if it was purchased separately) — to establish the “in-warranty” status of the defective component part.
Warranty claim documentation should be mailed promptly to
Rheem Water Heaters, Claims Department
2600 Gunter Park Drive East
Montgomery, Alabama 36109