N-CE-120-AS 

American Standard Commercial Electric Models; CE-52-AS, CE-80-AS, and CE-120-AS are designed for point-of-use installations where large quantities of hot water are required on a commercial basis. Customary applications include industrial buildings, motels, hotels, schools, hospitals, restaurants, laundromats, car washes and multi-family developments.

N-COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC WATER HEATER FEATURES
  • Heavy Gauge Steel Tank.
  • Inner Tank Glasslined With Dura-Glas™ — fired at 1600˚F for optimum protection from the effects of corrosion.
  • Three Full Inches Of Non-CFC, Energy-Saving Foam Insulation — R-24 value insulation reduces fuel cost by maximizing heat retention.
  • Multiple Anode Rods To Ensure Longer Tank Life!
  • Dry-fire Protection & Reduced Lime Accumulation with low watt density screw in incoloy elements.
  • Individual Thermostat For Each Heating Element — for variable temperature control.
  • Thermostat Control Is Fully Adjustable To 180°F.
  • Heating Elements & Thermostat Controls Are Fuse-Protected.
  • Factory Installed Energy Cut-off System.
  • Easy Tank Inspection & Easy Removal of Sediment — with a full-sized hand-hole cleanout.

TESTING & CERTIFICATIONS
  • AMERICAN STANDARD commercial electric water heaters — are certified at 300 PSI test pressure and 150 PSI working pressure, and all tanks are 100% hydrostatically tested at the factory.
  • UL Listed and CSA certified to meet NSF/ANSI 5 Standards.

WARRANTY
  • Three year limited warranty on inner glass-lined tank.
  • One year limited warranty on all other component parts.


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