Titan N180 Whole House Tankless Water Heater 18KW
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Good for 1.5 to 2 baths in moderate climates or 2 to 2.5 baths in warm climates
The N-180 tankless water heater from Titan is capable of producing enough hot water to service homes with up to two baths in moderate climates. If you have a home with 2 baths where the incoming water temperature is about 65 degrees, this is the heater for you. Alternatively if you life further south in warm climates, this heater will produce hot water for 2.5 baths.
The space saving benefits are also undeniable. At 50 gallons, the standard 3 bedroom 2 bath conventional tank heater takes up about 20 cubic feet of space and weighs about 130lbs. The Titan N-180 tankless water heater takes up about .29 cubic feet and weighs only 9.8 pounds making it 80 times smaller than a conventional heater and making delivery, installation and service, a breeze.
Proudly assembled in the USA
- Whole house capacity- Large Homes
- 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
- 10 year warranty on water carrying components - 1 year on rest of unit
- Pipe Fittings: 3/4"
- 18KW at 220V
- 75 amps - 2 double pole 40 amp breakers required. 2, 8/2 wire line
- Dimensions: 10.5" x 9" x 4.5" inches
- Weight: 11.6 lbs
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Can you replace the heating elements if they ever go out?
Yes you can but unlike conventional tanks these heating elements are proprietary and very durable very hard for them to go out on you.
You say that #8wire will work but #8 is not good for 75 amps
You're not reading the specs properly. The N180 is wired with 2) 40 amp double pole breakers and 8 gauge wire. Thats a total of 80 amp circuit divided by 2. Hope this clears it up for you. If it was a one (1) line heater it would be wired with 1) 80 amp double pole and 4 gauge THHN wire.
Are the fittings 3/4 compression or 3/4 NPT?
What's the distance between pipes connections?
7 inch on center
Where does it vent from/what direction
Its electric no vent required.
Do the a.c. disconnect boxes take the place of changing out the breakers at the main box? I have a 40 gallon hotpoint that I need to replace. In general am I going to have to run new wire from main box to power this or will the existing wires for the heater be sufficient. Thank you.
The existing wires for your current heater will not work. The disconnect(2) are installed right under the heater. But they do not eliminate the breakers. You will need 2- double 40 amp breaker with number 8/2 AWG wire to install this unit properly. To recap you will need 2 electrical circuits rate at 40 amp/ 220VAC each.
Does this type of heater can be used in Argentina?. The electricity is 220.
Absolutely. Yes you may. We sell plenty of these to Argentina.
We live in a cold environment, NW Wyoming, on city water. I see warm or moderate climates mentioned. Would this unit work in cold environment for only supplying a single shower bathroom?
Yes this heater will work perfect for your enviroment for the whole house with one bathroom.
What is the hottest setting
125F to 140F
So the unit does not need a neutral? Both black and white go into the same breaker and it just uses the ground to protect it?
This is a (2) line heater at 40 amps each (220 VAC). 1 ground per line no neutral. 2 hots and 1 ground per line X 2. Hope this helps.
Do I need the sediment filter if I am on city water
Yes you do.
Does the unit come with complete install instructions
Yes it does. Including install schematic.
Where fo wires land hows is electrical hooked up
Dual line primary terminal junction/block w/ground located under heater casing. Easy access.
208 current w/ 2 40 amp breakers in Tampa, Florida do you think the N180 will handle two baths. Does the n180 have a demand feature of any kind for the amount of water flow needed???
Yes it will handle 2 bath in Tampa. 208/220/240 VAC @ 2 X 40A is fine. The N180 adjust amperage according to gpm demand place on heater. The lower the flow the lower the amps and vice versa.
Gallones per minute
7 to 8 gpm depending on your PSI.
What is the ACV valve? I noticed that it is not included in your free installation kit.
One way valve. Anti-cavitation used for water well systems.
What is the Energy Efficiency Rating?
Titan tankless are 99.5% energy efficient.
How long of a shower can a person take with this unit
As long as you'd like. This heater provides endless hot water. Therefore as long as the faucet remains open you'll have unlimited hot water.
What do the 3 modes mean on an N-180?
On the Titan N-180 tankless water heater, you'll notice a "Mode" button alongside the temperature adjustment buttons. This "Mode" button is used to check Volts, Kilowatts, and Amperage. However, this button is a diagnostic tool for technicians only, and does not change the operation of your tankless water heater - so if you've pushed this button, don't worry.
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-180 tankless water heater uses 3/4” fittings on both the inlet and outlet, both located on the bottom of the unit.
What electrical specifications are required for this unit?
The Titan N-180 tankless water heater runs on 240 volts, and is a two-line heater, drawing 75 amps. It calls for 2 Double Pole 40 amp breakers, and 8/2 wire (8 gauge).
How many bathrooms can this unit provide hot water for?
The Titan N-180 tankless water heater is a large capacity unit, with 18KW of heating power. This unit is ideal for 2.5 baths in warm climates, and up to 1.5 bathrooms in colder climates.
How do I know what the number is on my Tankless Titan water heater There are several pictured THE N270 sort of looks like mine how can I tell for sure. Is there a model number, if so where can I find it?
Please call our tech dept at 305-823-6991 9am to 5pm est time. We will be happy to assist you and identify your tankless heater.
Does city water require the filter too? if so, why would city water need a sediment filter?
City water is not very safe. City water is treated with chemicals and minerals. The minerals in your water is what harms the heater over time. e.g.; calcium, lime , magnesium to name a few. Chlorine and fluoride are utilized also chemicals that you should not be drinking, not very healthy for you.
Can you put isolation valves before and after heater and scale flush out the titans 180 tanless heater.
No you cannot it's recommended. Please call our tech dept at 305 823 6991 for more concise and comprehensive explanation.