An RV hot water heater allows you to have a hot water for a shower and for washing dishes while traveling. RV water heaters don't give you the amount of hot water you might be used to at home, but it does give you the luxury of limited hot water while camping.
This water heater uses a propane-fired burner to route heat through a passage in the tank, transferring the heat to the water. This is an automatic spark model, known as a direct spark ignition (DSI). All that is necessary is to make sure the heater is full of water and then flip the switch. This feature requires a 12V DC connection to power the control board and igniter.
Porcelain Lined Steel Tank
The steel, porcelain-lined tank provides a long life under varying water conditions. This same construction is common in residential water heaters. With steel tanks, an anode rod is necessary to prolong the life of the water heater.
The tank has an insulation jacket specially formed to fit the tank for additional heat retention.
Recovery Gallons Per Hour
16-1/4"W X 16-1/4"H X 19-1/4"D
3/8" Male Flared