Raypak SpaPak Electric Spa Heaters
When electricity is the energy choice Raypak is the quality choice - dependable, trouble-free, performance-proven, with corrosion-free, 100% copper and bronze waterways. This compact SpaPak model 552 is built to last by the company renowned for reliability.
Spa-Pak spa/hot tub electric heaters furnish sustained heat to provide the maximum benefits of hydrotherapy, including stress reduction, relaxation and arthritis pain relief. Each 5.5Kw element is Incoloy coated, stainless steel, producing 19K BTU each with 240VAC, and drawing 23 amps (30 or 60 amp breakers are recommended). Brass 1.5in connections prevent corrosion and the cast brass headers are connected to an all-copper water tank for a completely rust free spa heater.
Raypak SpaPak 552 model (5.5 Kw) will raise 225 gallons of water 10 degrees F per hour, slower than gas heat, but much more economical to operate and maintain a steady temperature.
The extra quality and safety built into the Raypak SpaPak heater really makes a difference! SpaPak comes equipped with a pressure switch to prevent the unit from operating without water. A high limit temperature control prevents overheating. These features would be useless with a high-quality thermostat and contactor - take one look at the heavy duty contactor inside SpaPak and you will know this heater is built to last! Plus, every Raypak electric spa heater is tested before packaging ensure that it will work right out of the box.
Easy to Install
The SpaPak's compact design makes it easy to fit into a brand new or an already existing spa installation. Standard 1 1/2 inch NPT male connections on the SpaPak's inlets and outlets are easy to plumb to and conveniently located. Electrical system operates off of 240 volts single phase and does not require an external current leak protector.
To top it all off the Raypak SpaPak comes with a two-year limited warranty on parts and workmanship for additional peace of mind.
SpaPak Electric Spa Heater Dimensions
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