The water heater worked great. We used it with a shower tent for a week with five people showering, took long showers and used little propane. _x000D_ The stand it comes with is practically useless.... Show More. I built a simple one out of wood that worked very well. The water was hot enough to shower and also used it to get water to do dishes. Its a great little unit and lots of people who saw it want one.
Whether you’re on the family camping trip, having a day at the lake, or swimming in the pool, sometimes you just need a hot shower. Simply attach a garden hose and you have all the hot water you need. The Triton Water Heaters produce more hot water per minute than any other unit in its class. Capable of producing 1.5 gallons of hot water per minute, this heater is great for anything from filling up a portable pool to washing your pets or showering off at the beach.
- 1.5 gallons per minute of on demand hot water
- Fully adjustable heat and water flow
- 4 settings shower head: off, mist, shower, and jet
- Includes 8 foot water hose (96")
- Easy turn brass garden hose connector
- Heating unit automatically ignites when water is turned on
- Uses 2 D batteries for ignition (not included)
- Self standing or use included brackets to hang
- Carry handle folds down for storage
- Includes regulator hose for bulk propane tank
- Total Output: 34,000 BTU/hr
- Maximum Water Flow: 5L per minute (1.5 gallons) - raises water temp. 38º F
- Minimum Water Flow: 2L per minute (.5 gallons) - raises water temp 102º F
- One standard LP tank is good for approx. 11 hrs. of continuous use, depending on set temperature
- Weight: 15 lbs. with stand
- Requires at least 25 PSI water pressure from input hose to have proper flow
- Warranty: One Year
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