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    Stiebel Eltron Australia

    DHCE 6 & 8 electronically controlled hot water

    The DHCE 6 and 8 hot water systems are single phase instant hot water systems ideal for low flow installations as the water heater has a switch on flow rate at only 1.5 litres per minute.

    These single phase hot water systems are electronically controlled and are compact in design, thus are ideal for applications where space is tight. 

    Features of the DHCE 6 and 8:

    • Modern carbon look design
    • Electronically controlled
    • Three selectable temperature outputs for greater convenience
    • Delivers a maximum of 50 Degrees Celsius hot water in accordance with AS3498
    • No safe tray or drainage required 
    • Tubular heating element

    Available in electrical size:

    • DHCE 6/50 - 7.1kW, 30 Amps, single phase 240V
    • DHCE 8/50 - 9.5kW, 40 Amps, single phase 240V
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    Questions & Answers

    Frequently Asked Questions

    No, all of the DHCE single phase instantaneous water heaters require a dedicated hard wired circuit as they draw more than 10 Amps.
    The DHCE instant hot water systems can be installed almost anywhere due to their compact design. The water heater does not require ventilation, relief drain or safe trays so it can be installed in a cupboard, in the roof space, below the sink, in a service cavity, in a Euro laundry just to name a few options.
    Yes, the DHCE has a switch on flow rate of only 1.5L/min making them ideal water heaters to use with low flow tapware.
    The DHCE instant hot water system will not deliver the same temperature hot water at the same flow rates as an electric storage water heater. Please contact our customer service team on 1800 153 351 to determine which instantaneous water heater is right for your application.
    The DHCE's are designed to be installed as close as practical to the most used hot water outlet. Installing closer to the point of use can help to save water and energy by delivering hot water quickly to the outlet. The Stiebel Eltron single phase electric instantaneous water heaters are designed to service multiple outlets (note that this is will depend on the DHCE model selected) located several metres away from the system.

    Contact Stiebel Eltron Australia


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