Voltex® Hybrid Electric Heat Pumps
The Voltex® hybrid electric heat pump water heater more than lives up to its impressive reputation. The 50 and 80-gallon models use heat pump technology, which means more energy stored, resulting in increased savings. And the consumer-friendly display is simple to operate and provides easy-to-understand feedback on operational status.
• ENERGY STAR® qualified
• Four operating modes: Efficiency, Hybrid, Electric, Vacation
• Conserves energy with up to 3.24 Energy Factor (EF) rating
You may qualify for $300 tax credit with the purchase of the Voltex hybrid electric heat pump water heater. Click here for details or talk to a tax professional.
|63" H x 22" D
||69" H x 27" D
ProMax® Electric Water Heater - Model ENT-50 (NAECA 3 compliant)
The ProMax Lowboy Top Connect electric water heater is designed to take up as little room as possible and is the ideal choice for when installation space is limited to tight spaces such as under counters and in crawl spaces.
With a 50-gallon tank delivering 4,500 watts, the ENT-50 delivers a first hour rating of 69 gallons at an Energy Factor of 0.95. The Coregard™ sacrificial anode helps protect the tank from the corrosive effects of water, and is accompanied by a 6-year limited tank warranty.
60" H x 22" D
Attention Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative Members! You may qualify for a FREE standard installation of your water heater!
By participating in the ACEC Load Management Program, you qualify for FREE standard installation of your high-efficiency 50 gallon A.O. Smith electric water heater purchased from Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative ($150 value).*†
Additionally, there will be NO charges for future repairs of the electric portion of your water heater made by ACEC technicians to qualifying on-line electric water heaters controlled by a load management receiver.
Both labor and parts are FREE when repair calls are completed during regular work hours: Monday—Friday from 7:30am until 4:00pm. Overtime charges apply during other times.
* Requires a minimum 12-month enrollment in the ACEC load management program.
† License# MPRA 143312
About Load Management
Under load management, a receiver control switches off electricity to the water heater during times of high system demand. Mounted near the water heater, the load management receiver is installed by ACEC technicians.
Since the load management program monitors electric load on the entire system, the goal is to reduce electric consumption only during peak usage times. Weather is a big factor in load management programs, so water heaters are not usually controlled every day.
Control periods are only Monday—Friday (and exclude holidays). Power to your electric water heater is never shut off for more than three continuous hours per control cycle. (Should multiple control cycles be required, it would be 1/2 hour on and 1/2 hour off.) In most cases, hot water reserves are adequate to meet family needs during control periods.