Titan N160 Whole House Tankless Water Heater 16KW
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Perfect for 2 baths in warm climates
The Titan N-160 is simply the right size unit for a two bathroom home in warm climates. At 16KW, this tankless water heater is perfectly suited to run two baths at the same time endlessly. If you have a need to run two showers at the same time or any two points of use in warm climates that require 2 gallons per minute each, then this is the right heater for you.
By heating water only when necessary the Titan N-160 tankless water heater saves money and energy. In fact, these tiny, space saving heaters are so efficient that they only use a little over one third of the energy of a conventional tank water heater, saving you up to an astounding 60% on your electrical cost to heat water.
Proudly assembled in the USA
- Thermostatically control temp on front cover
- 60% energy savings vs. conventional electric water heaters
- 99.5% efficient
- On demand water control- equals unit longevity and savings
- For use with hard, soft, well or city water
- Most efficient and practical product of its kind on the market
- Steel outer / copper-brass inner casing
- UL approved #499
- ANSI-Z 10.03 certified
- Dual heating chambers
- 10 year warranty on water carrying components - 1 year on rest of unit
- Pipe Fittings: 1/2"
- 16KW at 220V
- 66 amps - 1 double pole 70 amp breaker required. 1, 6/2 wire line
- Dimensions: 10-5/16" x 7-1/4" x 2-3/4" inches
- Weight: 6.4 lbs
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
I already have a full 50 gallon electric water heater for the house. However, I never seem to have enough for the jacuzzi bathtub. Could I add a waterless heater just for that bathroom?
Yes you may. Please call us at 305-823-6991 for full details.
Could this be installed in my Live in Quarters Horse trailer. Where the conventional one is now??
As long as its shielded from the rain, yes you may.
I live in Texas..Will this work for a doublewide manufacturing home two bathrooms
Yes it will but perform an electric load calculation before you buy our heater to be on the safe side.
I live in Iowa, a cold climate, would one of these work for a small one bath house?
Yes it would you just need to call us and we do the delta T rise calculations and get you the proper heater for your region / cold climate. Please call 305-823-6991.
Can I get the installation kit w/purchase Titan N160
Unfortunately not but give us a call we have similar heaters on sale which include the free install kit for the same price range. 305-823-6991
Does this come with a wiring harness.
Yes it does. Approx 18 inches.
I have a full well filtration system on my new water lines with 5 micron pre filter do I need a sediment filter as well for this?
If your filter is a whole house system rated at 5 micron then that alone will do the job just fine.
The 6/2 that you say you have to use for 16kw water heater is not rated at 66amps. What size wire would you recommend? Do you have to run copper wire or is #4 alum be ok which is rated for 80amps. Would running aluminum wire hurt the unit or burn it up. ? What if your water coming in is 35 degrees will these work efficiently
6 AWG THHN copper wire is rated to 75 amps/ 90 degree C/ 194F. There are many types of wires available and have different amp and temperature rating according to the NEC code. I recommend you contact and or hire a license electrician before you buy heater, wire, breakers etc.
Is this suitable for a tiny house with 1 bath running a 1.5 gpm shower head in an area with average groundwater incoming temp of 60 degrees f. With no other water source on at the same time? And if not, what would be the most affordable good option?
Yes it is but please call our tech dept. prior to purchase at 305-823-6991.
Is this a outdoor unit or indoor
Indoor only but we have outdoor/exterior units we can offer you.
I have a gas hot water heater. How would I transition to this product?
Please call us at 305-823-6991 for details.
I'm looking for an all electric tankless water heater, does the Titan run on gas or is all electric?
Electric 220 VAC
Will this unit work in a one bath house will I always have water?
Depending on the groundwater temperature, or "incoming water temperature," this unit will definitely work with a one bath house and you will have endless hot water.
Being a 16KW tankless water heater, the N160 will produce a 60 degree temperature rize at a rate of about 1.75 gallons per minute. The target temperature you want to achieve is 120 degrees so any ground water temperature above 60 degrees will work.
Take a look at our incoming water temperature map to find your approximate groundwater temp.
Sorry if this is a dumb question! Will this be able to heat water for a typical bath tub? Thanks!
Yes it will. Not a dumb question at all :)
what is the gpm of the n-160 ?
4 to 5 depending on your water pressure.
So I just bought a titan n160 it requires 6/2 wire and double 70 amp breaker. And what is throwing my mind off is that theres no color wire such as red equaling 2 hot wires 1 white common wire and a ground wire. So my question is is the white wire coming out of tankless unit hot like normal color wire say red or black or is it a white common wire?
Bare ground= ground
Due to the nature of Romex 6/2 wire attached to your heater, you have 2 hots and 1 ground which equals 220V, regardless of color as Romex can be utilized for both 110V or 220V. There's no neutral on heater circuit. Hope this clears it for you. Otherwise please call us at 305-823-6991.
Do you have to run the 6×2 wire line or will a normal 110 work
220/240 (VAC) volt line
70 amp breaker
6 gauge wire /2 conductor- 1 ground
This heater is "NOT" 110 V.
Does this product provide continuous heat level while operating and what's the highest temperature
It provides perpetual, endless and continuous hot water. Max temp 125F.
My N-160 heater goes to stand by mode while the shower is on unless another faucet is on at the same time.
Check your shower faucet for proper flow rate. The faucet controls the heaters activation/deactivation.
How do you drain or unhook this unit when closing up a summer camp for the winters in upstate NY? And should or can it be flushed with RV anti freeze?
When preparing for the winter in colder states, both draining your tankless water heater and/or filling with anti-freeze over the winter can both work. Make sure that all electrical power is off. i.e. Turn off the breakers to the water heater, or pull the blade on the A/C Electrical Disconnect box. To drain the tankless water heater, simply disconnect the inlet and outlet compression fittings from both sides and pour out any water that may still be inside the unit. After which, you can fill the tankless water heater with anti-freeze. At this point, the tank will be disconnected and emptied of water, ready for the winter months. Some people also prefer to use anti-freeze over the winter, in which case it would be OK to use your RV anti-freeze. Simply pour it into the inlet on your tankless water heater until full, and keep it in the unit over the winter. When ready to use the tankless water heater after winter, repeat the process for draining the unit, making sure to follow all laws regarding the proper disposal of anti-freeze, let the water run for a few minutes to flush any anti-freeze that may be left behind.
Does this unit come with a warranty?
All Titan brand water heaters feature a 1-year warranty on all electrical components, as well as a 10-year warranty against any internal leaking components of the unit.
What size fittings does this unit have?
The Titan N-160 tankless water heater uses 1/2" fittings on both the inlet and outlet.
What electrical specifications are required for this unit?
The Titan N-160 tankless water heater runs on 240 volts, and calls for a double pole 70amp breaker and 6/2 wire (6 gauge).
How many bathrooms can this unit provide hot water for?
The Titan N-160 tankless water heater uses 16KW of power in order to provide hot water for up to 2 bathrooms in warm climates, and from 1-1.5 bathrooms in cold/moderate climates.