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Rheem XR90 Small Footprint Tank Water Heater


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Hi All,

Has anyone seen one of these Rheem units yet? Seems like it would be an interesting choice.

Induced draft with standard 3in or 4in. B-vent. Holds 29 gallons but has a first hour rating of 90 gallons and can recover 61 gph at .70EF. Certified for both potable water and/or hydronic heating and .17 lower operating costs than Rheem's standard 50-gallon model.

All on a 17-3/4-inch footprint.

Looks pretty good in the read up. Now I'm wondering what the catch is 'cuz I haven't seen a single one yet.

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

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I saw a similar unit a few years ago that was touted to replace two 50 gallon units and seemed to work. I can't recall the brand name and have not seen one since. The one I saw operated at a much higher temperature and recovery rate but had a factory installed tempering valve on the output to reduce the temperature down to a safe level.

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