The Torrid Marine Vertical Water Heaters are perfect for onboard domestic hot water needs.
Designed specifically for the marine environment, these hot water heaters are known around the globe as the leader in durability, performance , and efficiency.
See why these water heaters have been preferred by discriminating boat owners and manufacturs worldwide - for almost 3 decades!
Glass lined tanks reduce water exposure to raw metals and resist galvanic corrosion.
Jumbo anode rod protection ensures decades of performance.
Jackets - Gloss white powder coat or brushed stainless steel
Inner Tanks - Much like a coffee thermos, Torrid™ tanks are glass lined,which provides clean, hygienic containment for domestic hot water and reduces exposure of stored hot water to metals such as aluminum, stainless steel, or copper.
Tanks are rated to 150 PSI working pressure, tested to 300 PSI, and are built to A.S.M.E. specifications.
Tank comes equipped with a 150PSI, T&P (temperature & pressure) relief valve.
The tank exteriors are powder coated and foam-insulated for optimum performance. ****5 year warranty is included on the tank****
Designed specifically for the marine environment with complete maintainable anode protection system.
Elements - Stainless steel Incoloy sheathed elements installed. Elements and thermostat are U.L. listed, and comply with United States Coast Guard (USCG) requirements.
Power - 120V 1500W standard configuration.
Custom configuration is available, including 240V, 480V, 3 Phase, and more.
Heat Exchangers Silicon-bronze inlet / outlet fitting with tin plated copper exchanger.
Multiple heat exchanger installations available for multiple heat source applications.
Industry-exclusive removable design allows you to periodically remove the heat exchanger for cleaning in the event of lime or calcium buildup, ensuring consistent heat transfer for years! Now you can maintain your heat exchanger without having to replace the entire tank!
**Each Marine Water Heater is individually factory tested before shipping!**
Please refer to the Mainenance PDF for replacement of sacrificial anodes and the Plumbing Configuration chart to correctly set up your new hot water heater (Use a qualified marine plumber and electrician when installing any of these marine appliances)