The new DHC-E is a powerful, flexible, point-of-use water heating solution. The mighty DHC-E 12 offers high 12 kW output, in an affordable, compact package. Great for that kitchen sink at the end of a long pipe run, or for multiple low-flow sinks in a commercial application.
More flexible - switchable output
The DHC-E 8/10 is actually two models in one - it has the added advantage of selectable power output of 7.2 kW (Stage 1) or 9.6 kW (Stage 2) during installation via a jumper.
Easy to Size for Any Point-of-Use or Multi-Point of use Application
DHC-E can deliver hot water to a single sink, multiple sinks, or in certain conditions, low-flow showerheads.
Control temperature simply by setting a dial
Set the temperature knob on the front cover, and enjoy water between 86–140 °F (30–60 °C). Change the desired temperature at any time. Purchasing a remote selector control is not necessary. Advanced microprocessor technology ensures that the water temperature doesn't deviate from the set point even if flow varies.
Simply Plumbing System Design
There is no need for a T & P valve, drain or mixing valve. The design of the hot water plumbing system gets very simple and straight forward due to the advances introduced with the DHC-E.
Sleek Design Fits in Anywhere
Due to its small dimensions and attractive housing the DHC-E can be left unconcealed in many applications.
DHC-E is a tankless water heater system, and is thereby not subject to seismic code. There is no need for preventative construction, as required when using a bulky water storage heating system.
No Venting Required
The units are electric and require no venting. This allows for more flexibility in the positioning of the units.
Constant Temperature Output
Stiebel Eltron electronically-controlled DHC-E models have our exclusive Electronic Temperature Control. Tankless electric water heaters from other manufacturers don’t maintain a steady temperature if the flow varies. But Stiebel Eltron Electronic Temperature Control compensates for fluctuations in the flow rate and the incoming water temperature and maintains a constant water temperature output. Our smart microprocessor technology continually monitors information from the flow sensor and two temperature sensors and micro-adjusts the heating elements. All Stiebel Eltron electronically-controlled models ensure steady output at the set point temperature even if flow rates vary. They deliver consistant comfort — every time — all the time.
Superior, Reliable Performance
DHC-E models have a flow sensor and two temperature sensors that feed their readings into the proprietary microprocessor control. Heating elements are engaged in stages, achieving the temperature you desire, with the lowest possible energy usage. Both the input and output water temperature and the flow rate are continually monitored. This smart Electronic Temperature Control microprocessor technology ensures steady output at the set point temperature even if flow rates vary up or down. Tankless electric water heaters from other manufacturers don’t maintain a steady temperature if the incoming flow varies