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MODEL NO: 52H300
Rheem Premier Hiline® 52H300 SS Solar Water Heater
The Rheem Premier Hiline® solar water heater is ideal for cooler climates in areas prone to frost and with good water chemistry. It's a great option when ground access is limited as the storage tank and solar collectors are mounted together on the roof.

Features at a Glance

Capacity (L)
300
No. of People
5
Warranty
7 years
Features:
  • 300L tank capacity is suitable for 2-5 people
  • Available with electric or gas boost — for days when the sun doesn't shine
  • 2 or 3 solar collectors — to "collect" energy from the sun
    2 x SPA2000 collectors through the Rheem merchant network, or 2 or 3 x NPT200, L or CSA2007 collectors through the Rheem Solar Specialist network.
  • Complete frost protection
  • Reduces energy use1,2
Rheem Stainless Steel water heaters are not recommended for installation in some areas. Refer to the Stainless Steel Suitability Map for your state to see if Stainless Steel is suitable for your home.
 
Warranty:
On a system with SPA2000 collectors
  • 7 years cylinder supply*
  • 5 years collector supply* 
  • 3 years cylinder labour*
  • 1 year collector labour
  • 1 year parts supply and labour
On a system with NPT200 collectors
  • 7 years cylinder and collector supply*
  • 3 years cyliner and collector labour*
  • 1 year parts supply and labour*

On a system with L or CSA20007 collector

  • 10 years cylinder and collector supply*
  • 5 years cylinder and collector labour*
  • 5 years parts supply and labour*
 
*Applies to an installation in a single-family domestic dwelling only. Amended warranty may apply where a government rebate (Victoria) has been received for the solar water heater. Phone 131 031 for details.
Warranty conditions apply.
1Energy reduction based on Australian Government Approved TRNSYS simulation modelling and apply when replacing an electric water heater with a Rheem solar water.
2Any financial savings will vary depending upon type of Rheem Solar system installed, orientation and inclination of the solar collectors, type of water heater being replaced, hot water consumption and fuel tariff. Maximum financial savings off your hot water bill are achievable when replacing an electric water heater on continuous tariff.
The solar water heater shall be Rheem Premier Hiline model 52H300/2SP. The water heater shall operate on the indirect thermosiphon principle whereby a glycol mixture passes through the collectors and jacketed stainless steel cylinder to transfer energy into the potable water contained within the 300L capacity cylinder. The water heater shall be equipped with an immersion electric heating unit, thermostat and energy cut out for optional boost. The solar collectors shall be Rheem model SPA2000. The absorber panel shall be mild steel, painted black.

Running Cost Estimator

Running Cost Estimator Disclaimer as at 23/10/2017

Things that you should know about the Rheem Running Cost Estimator

The estimator is provided as a guide only to help you compare estimated running costs between various water heater types.

The estimator is based on Australian Standard AS5263, which relies on certain assumptions, such as an average daily load of 200L and 19 tap turns. Your situation and usage may be different to these assumptions, so the estimator may not match your actual daily loads and pattern of use.

Accordingly, the estimator cannot and does not purport to provide an accurate assessment of your yearly hot water energy bill. It does, however, allow a reasonable comparison between various water heater types based on Australian Standard AS5263 and average fuel tariffs used in the estimator.

Your state has been used to determine the temperature rise required to heat water from cold to a temperature of 65C, the applicable charge for the tariff type selected and the amount of solar savings.

Solar savings are based on Australian Government approved modelling for the type of solar water heater selected and the booster type. All electric boosted solar water heaters are modelled with a continuous tariff, but may be suitable for use on other tariff types depending on the model selected, your climate zone and the amount and usage pattern of hot water use.

Tariffs are current as at 1st July 2017 and represent an average price for the fuel type for the capital city in the state or territory, including GST.

Fixed charges, system access charges, delivery fees and any other fees and charges, including special rates and discounts are excluded from the estimator.

Energy consumption figures used are for a typical water heater within a category and do not reflect a specific model. Actual energy use may vary.

Heat Pump and solar water heaters may be suitable for Off Peak/Shoulder Rate tariffs depending on the type of water heater selected and the location. You should consult with your energy provider or installer before making any decision.