FLB020UC08L0C01

Quick Sigmar Compact Water Heaters

Quick Sigmar Compact Water Heaters

Description

The Quick Sigmar Compact Water Heaters are equipped with an Incoloyr electric heating element to regulate the thermostat.

Features

  • Sturdy plastic casing with integrated brackets
  • Tank and heat exchangers are stainless steel 316
  • Thermal insulation in polyurethane foam
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Features

  • Heat exchangers in stainless steel AISI 316
  • Sturdy plastic casing with integrated brackets
  • Tank in stainless steel AISI 316
  • Thermal insulation in polyurethane foam
  • Incoloyr electric heating element
  • Regulating thermostat with double safety
  • Safety and non return valve
  • Engine and water fittings ½"
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