The Titan®-SCR2 series are comprised of model number N-10 thru N-120. You will need to upgrade your electrical line running from your panel to the unit. For example the model N-120 required a #6 wire and a double pole 60-amp breaker (local codes may be different always contact a electrician or you local code officer for guidance) Following electric and plumbing codes are crucial to the performance of the unit. Also you MUST install 36" of copper to both inlet and outlets of the unit when using plastic pipe also a pressure relieve valve must be installed. If you have any installation question please email us before you begin at Titantech@engineer.com
The Titan-SCR3 comes in the one model, N-160 . This unit will require a #6 wire and a 60-amp breaker.(local codes may be different always contact a electrician or you local code officer for guidance) . If you have any installation question please email us before you begin at Titantech@engineer.com
The Titan®-SCR4 line of units do require dual breaker (i.e. (2) 40-amp breaker for the N-180, (2) 50-amp for the N-210 and (2) 60-amp for the N-270.) (local codes may be different always contact a electrician or you local code officer for guidance.) Before installing please check with a professional electrician to make sure you have sufficient capacity in your electric panel We also recommend in area with heavy sediment that you install a sediment filet, it is recommended to go with a home sediment filer. If you have any installation question please email us before you begin at Titantech@engineer.com
WARNING: This unit should be installed by a licensed professional who has obtained the appropriate permits from your local municipality to insure code compliance. Failure to do so may result in serious injury or property damage, including explosion, electrocution, or water damage to your property.
WARNING: This unit is designed to safely operate without a pressure relief valve as long as the cold water supply to the unit is not shut off while the unit is energized. The pressure inside this unit will not exceed the pressure provide by your water supply line as long as the water supply is not shut off. Never operate the unit with the shut-off valves closed A licensed professional plumber with experience installing tankless water heaters should independently determine whether there is a need for a pressure relief valve to be installed.
THE USER OF THIS TANKLESS WATER HEATER STATES THAT BEFORE PURCHASE, INSTALLATION OR USE HE/SHE HAS READ THIS WARNING AND UNDERSTANDS ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS, IN PARTICULAR, THE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS OF STATUTORY OR COMMON LAW WARRANTIES AND LIABILITY.
LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES and liabilities: THE END USER IS AWARE THAT THE MANUFACTURER AND AUTHORIZED DEALERS OF THIS TANKLESS WATER HEATER CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT IT WILL NOT SUFFER A WATER LEAK OVER TIME. ITS LIFE DEPENDS GREATLY ON THE WATER QUALITY AND PROPER INSTALLATION. Niagara Industries, Inc. and its authorized Dealers are NOT liable to end users or third parties for incidental, consequential, special, or contingent damages or expenses arising directly or indirectly from any structural failure of the water heater. THE LIMIT OF LIABILITY SHALL BE TO REPAIR OR REPLACE AT MANUFACTURER’S DISCRETION THE TANKLESS WATER HEATER DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD. IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY ARE EXCLUDED. NO OTHER WARRANTIES APPLY. THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES IS INCORPORATED TO THE CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE AND CONSTITUTES PART OF THE BASIS FOR ITS PURCHASE. please return the water heater to the place of purchase for a full refund if the terms of the warranty are not acceptable.
CAUTION: Titan® Tankless Water Heaters are manufactured with materials that are resistant to corrosion due to poor water quality and galvanic corrosion. However, the water quality in your area among other things may have an effect on these materials. Sediment build-up inside the unit can also occur thereby reducing the life of the water heater. Galvanic corrosion may occur if the water heater is not properly installed with materials designed to reduce or eliminate this possibility. Therefore, it is important that your water heater be installed by a licensed professional who will consider these factors and recommend ways for you to extend the life of your heater and reduce, or eliminate the possibility of a malfunction resulting in leaks and extensive water damage to your home or office. In the unlikely event that your water heater leaks, it is highly recommended that it be installed in an area that provides sufficient water drainage to prevent damage to walls, baseboards, appliances, and other fixtures in your home. If no floor drainage is available, a drip pan with a minimum of 1 inch depth should be installed below the water heater and connected to a suitable drain. Alternatively, a proper leak detection system and shut-off components should be incorporate in the installation of the water heater to turn off your water supply in the event of a leak. Consult your licensed professional installer for additional recommendations on how to prevent extensive water damage to your home in the event of a leak.