Tankless Propane Water Heaters for RVs

The adventurous, extrovert and always on the go type of people who do not have the time for compromising trips for things like ‘How cold it is’ always have one backup that keeps them going, an RV with an excellent and reliable tankless water heating system.

A tankless propane water heater is high on energy efficiency, no break in the supply of hot or warm water according to the pre-set temperature and establishes trust with the user by being a no-freeze water heating system.

Understanding the unique needs of people who have to install compact, reasonably priced and long lasting tankless water heaters that do not fail to deliver at all times, here’s a compilation of 3 tankless water heating systems that are of the best quality:

 

1) Eccotemp L5 Portable Tankless Water Heater and Outdoor Shower

Eccotemp L5 Portable Tankless Water Heater and Outdoor Shower

Sleek in design, available in a jaw-dropping price along with impressive features, the Eccotemp L5 Portable Tankless Water Heater can be taken along for extensive RV trips. It guarantees a 1.4 GPM output which is reasonable for one faucet at a time outlet.

Works through liquid propane fuel. The flame is ignited by utilizing two “D” batteries.

Additionally, it has an outdoor shower too which is perfect for trips while you are in your recreational vehicle.

Some of the benefits of owning this tankless water heater include its ability to deliver even in the chilliest of weathers where the temperature might be in minus degrees outdoors. It leads to delivery of smooth free flowing hot water without any hiccups. This portable tankless water heater sums up all the needs of an outdoor person who needs the availability of hot water with continuous flow and pressure.

However, one of the drawbacks of this water heating system includes the automatic setting where the heater stops working on a pre-set time period of 17 minutes.What happens is, after every 17th minute, the burners stop working and it becomes evident with a sound of a click. To counter this problem, a small step of re-starting the tankless water heater is all that needs to be done.Once the button goes off-on, the burner starts working again with a sound of a click. The benefits that this tankless water heater offers are definitely far greater than this small, solvable problem.

 

2) AquaKing L6 Portable Tankless Water Heater and Outdoor Shower with Breo Skin Watch

 AquaKing L6 Portable Tankless Water Heater and Outdoor Shower with Breo Skin Watch-

Claimed as the best tankless water heating system available for RVs, this bundle offer of AquaKing L6 with Outdoor Shower and Breo Skin Watch is packed with oozing advantages of owning it. The success of this first model of tankless water heater by AquaKing can be gauged with its quick introduction of new upcoming models of tankless water heaters for whole-house.

Some of the features include it’s lightweight technology that can be hung in different places without the fear of dropping over. It is compact and adjustable, leading to multiple spots in a RV for fixture.

The AquaKing offers three kinds of controls to its users, namely the operation of water flow, flame height and burner level selection. Works on propane, thus, a very energy efficient product. Hot water supply is smooth and without fluctuations, so users who have experienced the quality of this tankless water heating system refuse to try any other brand. There is a hardly inconvenient lag time when it is operated the first time on any given day, followed by continuous flow throughout.

3) Marey Portable LP Tankless Water Heater

Marey Portable LP Tankless Water Heater

The Mary Portable LP Tankless Water Heater serves the purpose of hot water on demand on outdoor expeditions on RVs or working with power outages at home such as garden hoses.

The Marey LP tankless water heater is a well-known product amongst the circle of tankless water heater owners. The water heater is portable, provides uninterrupted hot water and has a shower head that comes along in the package too.

RVs need lightweight and easy to place water heaters, this one is exactly that, along with a supply rate of 1.4 GPM of hot water. Though there is a drawback in the tankless water heater, it starts off with a really low flow rate, 0.5 GPM to be exact but it builds up to the given GPM gradually.

The water temperature can be adjusted according to personal needs, it’s varying temperature adjustment options are from 80-150 degrees fahrenheit. The tankless water heater has a 20 minute pre-set auto safety timer. So for those, who would like to shower for more than 20 minutes or have a use that is greater than that, must remain patient as cold water starts gushing after the tick of 20. It is better to be prepared, shutdown and restart on the 19th minute to avoid a cold water shock.

Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoyed this blog post!

 

William Fisher

William Fisher is an independent contractor from Austin, Texas as well as the editor and main contributor to TanklessHeat.org. He has over 30+ years experience in the general contracting field. Check him out on Google +.
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