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What is a Tiny Titan water heater?

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The Tiny Titan water heater is a small water heater that is used to transport hot water to out-of-the-way locations, such as garages, doctor's offices, hair salons, strip malls and wet bars. The Tiny Titan eliminates the need to install complicated and expensive plumbing equipment. Tiny Titan water heaters can be mounted on a wall, under a sink or in a cabinet.

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Tiny Titans are manufactured by American Water Heaters, according to Faucet Depot. They can be purchased online or in retail stores. Tiny Titan water heaters are electric and have a 2.5 gallon tank. They come with a nonmetallic case that provides sturdiness and stain-resistance. A polyurethane foam is used to prevent heat loss and reduce energy costs. The heating element is stainless steel and requires 110 to 120 volts of power for maximum efficiency. The Tiny Titan has a 5 year warranty for parts and the tank.

According to Orscheln Farm & Home, the Tiny Titan an external temperature control and is easy to adjust. Specs for the Tiny Titan include a factory installed 3/4-inch T&P valve, 1/2-inch top water connections (blue and red mark hot and cold), a 110 to 120 volt standard plug-in cord, a wall-mounted bracket set and an on/off switch.

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