RARITAN
1700 Series Water Heaters

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Model # 296386 | Mfg # 171211 | UPC # 85462001550

1700-Series Water Heaters feature a proven long-life design backed by an outstanding warranty.

Designed for a long service life in the marine environment, these water heaters feature an attractive polymer outer jacket that won't rust. Inside is a durable glass-lined steel tank surrounded by environmentally-friendly, solid, CFC-free foam, which in addition to being better for the environment, insulates better than fiberglass. At sea, the built-in engine heat exchanger heats water rapidly, while at the dock an electric heating element quickly gets your water hot. All models include adjustable thermostats and are ignition and thermal-overload protected. Models are offered with or without a built-in engine water heat exchanger and choice of a 120V or 220V AC heating element. For installation and maintenance, see the 1700-Series Water Heater Instructions.

Key Features

  • Solid-foam insulation keeps water hot longer than traditional fiberglass insulation
  • Specifically designed for the marine environment
  • Glass-lined tank is more durable than stainless steel
  • Polymer jacket resists corrosion from dampness
  • Ignition-protected, adjustable thermostat
  • Environmentally-friendly, CFC-free foam insulation
  • Replaceable magnesium anode protects tank and neutralizes acids in the water
  • Available in 6, 12 and 20 gallon models—with or without engine heat exchangers
  • Five year warranty on tank; Two year warranty on entire heater
  • Choice of 120V AC or 240V AC

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