Eccotemp L7 + Flojet 12V Pump
The Eccotemp L7 Portable Tankless Water Heater is the latest model in Eccotemp's product line! With a stylish new look and a higher capacity than the L5, the L7 is in a league of its own. The Eccotemp L7 also features an upgraded chrome shower head with stainless steel hose! The Eccotemp L7 Portable Tankless Water Heater is perfect for campsites, cabins, or simply around the house. Wash your car, wash your boat, take a hot shower, or wash the dogs or the horse. You can add the Eccotemp L7 Portable Water Heater to a pressure washer for an even better cleaning! The ignition is with 2 "D" cell batteries so it makes it great for off grid or other areas where electricity is not readily available. The ideal operating range for the Eccotemp L7 Portable Tankless Water Heater is 20-80 PSI. The L7 will offer a 30 to 35 degree rise at 1.7 gallons per minute. The system also works great on modified water systems with items such as a 12 volt pump. The Eccotemp L7 is capable of reaching temperatures between 50 to 125 degrees Farenheit, depending on the temperature of the incoming water. However, an upgraded temperature sensor is available for purchase allowing the Eccotemp L7 to reach temperatures of up to 160 degrees Farenheit.
Please note that this model is designed for recreational portable use only. This model is not intended for the following:
-Permanent installation of any kind.
-Plumbed into any fixtures (sinks, showers, etc).
The Flojet 2.9 GPM 12V Pump flows at 2.9 gallons per minute at 50 PSI. This unit works great with the Eccotemp L5 and L10 models as well. Built-in pulsation eliminator ensures smooth flow without the need for an accumulator tank. Soft, absorbing mounts reduce annoying vibration and noise while running. Self-priming pump can safely run dry. Snap-in ½" port fittings simplify installation. Made of corrosion resistant materials.
Posted by M J Azevedo on 17th Nov 2016
Purchased for mountain cabin with outdoor shower, works great. Any bit of breeze will blow out the flame easily, though. Once we put up a windblock it worked great. Plans are to crudely enclose the shower and vent it through the roof, expecting it to work great.