Hubbell Water Heaters

Stratford,  CT 
United States
http://www.hubbellheaters.com
  • Booth: 3557

Packaged emergency shower water heating equipment designed to meet the requirements of ANSI/ ISEA Z358-1-2014 for tepid water delivery to a safety fixture.


 Products

  • ETX
    The ETX tankless safety electric tepid water heater is a highly reliable and easily maintained heater designed for operation in a commercial or industrial application. Compact, efficient, and reduces operating costs....

  • The Hubbell ETX Electric Tankless Water Heater provides high volume tepid water for safety drench systems with flow rates as high as 40 gpm. The heater contains high powered heating elements that heat water only when there is demand for tepid water. When tepid water is needed, a built in flow sensor measures the exact flow rate, and that data combined with temperature readings at the heater’s inlet and outlet are processed by the electronic temperature controller. This data is continuously transmitted to the temperature controller, which constantly calculates the precise amount of power (kW) needed to achieve the desired temperature. A zero cross over firing signal is sent to the fast acting triacs in order to modulate the heating elements to the precise level needed to meet demand. The Hubbell ETX heater uses only as much power as is needed, while delivering accurate and consistent tepid water temperature. 
  • EMV
    The Hubbell Model EMV water heater is a packaged system designed for tepid water delivery to an emergency drench system....

  • The Hubbell EMV water heater system provides high volume tepid water for safety drench systems by integrating a specially designed mixing valve with a high quality cement lined electric storage water heater. The model EMV is designed to maintain 119 gallons of water at 170°F. The volume of water at this temperature is necessary to achieve the final flow rate of 23 GPM for 15 minutes of tepid water. When an emergency drench apparatus is used, the integrated mixing valve blends 170°F water from the tank with incoming cold water to achieve a continuous flow of approximately 85°F tepid water to operate simultaneously a safety shower and an eye/face wash fixture.