Eccotemp L10 Portable Tankless Water Heater with Flojet Pump and Strainer

Catalog Item # 81404

Huge pressure and huge output - that’s the name of the game when you combine the Eccotemp L10 with the small but powerful Flojet 2.9 GPM 50 PSI.

With almost twice the GPM of its smaller sibling the Eccotemp L5, the L10 has long been the high volume portable water heater of choice for cabins, lake houses and base camps. But if your little piece of outdoor paradise doesn’t include a water faucet, then you’re out of luck. This is where the Flojet Water Pump, a perfect fit with the L10, comes in. With its 2.9 GPM 50 PSI specs, this powerful little pump stands up to the high volume output of the L10 and will turn any container or body of cold water into instant pressurized hot water. Add the Flojet Inlet Strainer into the mix and not only will that freezing lake water turn into a nice steaming hot shower, it will also be free of dirt, rocks, and other debris. Straining out the debris will also keep your pump running at peak condition by preventing unnecessary breakdowns. When facilities are lacking, keep your L10 running at maximum capacity with the Flojet 2.9 GPM 50 PSI.

Product Features:

  • Compact & easy to store
  • Great for camping & family outings
  • Outdoor use only
  • Field tested to 5500 ft. elevation (not recommended to be used any higher)
  • Battery powered ignition
  • Manual water temperature control
  • 20 Minute automatic safety shutoff timer
  • Energy Factor of 79%
  • Rated Voltage: 3V (D cell batteries)
  • 74,000 BTU
  • 2.6 GPM flow capacity
  • Water Pressure: 20-80 PSI
  • Rated heat input: 20kw
  • Rated gas pressure: 11"" of water column
  • Gas type: Liquid propane

    Eccotemp L10 Dimensions:

  • Height 25.5""
  • Width 13.625""
  • Depth 8""
  • Weight approx. 27 lbs.
  • Shipping weight 28.7 lbs.

    Clearance Requirements (at least):

  • 2"" clearance from wall
  • 1' on both sides from anything flammable
  • 3' from any window, overhand, awning
  • 18"" from the ground

    What’s Included:

  • Stainless steel rain cap
  • Garden hose adapter
  • CSA regulator for use with standard 20 lb. grill propane tank
  • 1-year manufacturer warranty

    The Flojet 2.9 GPM at 50 PSI pump has a built-in pulsation eliminator that 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.

    Product Features:

  • 2.9 GPM (Gallons per minute), 50 PSI, 12 Volt, 4.4 Amp
  • Self-Priming
  • Soft, Noise Absorbing Mounts
  • Can safely run dry
  • Snap-in 1/2"" Port Fittings
  • Made of Corrosion Resistant Materials

    The Flojet Inlet Strainer will keep your showers clean wherever you are. It's a handy little water filter that will keep the bugs and dirt out of your shower water. Featuring a 20-mesh stainless steel screen, the Inlet will also keep your pump pumping by preventing unnecessary breakdowns caused by particles in the water. A transparent housing unit allows for instant inspection and a screw off top makes for easy cleaning. Also, very easy to install with a Flojet Water Pump.

    Product Features:

  • 1/2 hose barb x quad 90-degree strainer
  • 4 GPM (16LPM) @ 70 PSI 9% BAR) MAX
  • 20 Mesh stainless steel screen

  • Technical Specifications

    32 lbs.

    by button – May 21, 2015
    can I hook it up to a 110v line? Also, I would like to use my lake as my water supply, so can I use a garden hose, or should I use pvc, etc.?
    No, a shower head and hose is not included. No, this portable water heater operates off propane for the burners and two 'D' cell batteries for auto-ignition. This unit has a 1/2"NPT connection for water inlet and has an included adapter to attach a standard garden hose to the threaded inlet. An appropriate 1/2"NPT hose/pipe can be used or a garden hose with the included adapter to feed water to the unit.
    by Camping World – October 05, 2015
    by Sherri – April 30, 2015
    This is a portable system not to be installed in your camper.
    by Camping World – May 07, 2015

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