Those who are fans of cold showers in your RV, raise your hand. PPL Motorhomes has a really great selection of Suburban RV Water Heaters. The three main water heaters you see in the RV industry are 6 gal, 10 gal and 12 gal. models. There are differences between them, so you are going to know exactly what you are looking for if you are looking to replace your water heater.
According to PPL Motorhomes:
Suburban RV water heaters are known for their porcelain lined steel tank and foam insulation that provides for long life. The high-recovery 12,000 BTU/hour units have a large diameter drain and replaceable anode rod. Heated water corrodes most metals, but the porcelain-lined steel tank features a replaceable anode rod that absorbs the destructive, corrosive action of heated water, ensuring that the entire system lasts longer. The anode rod is attached to the drain plug for easy replacement. Both 6- and 10-gallon LP gas units have 12,000 btu/hr input and an efficient recovery rate
of 10.2 gallons/hour. Direct Spark or pilot ignition models offer an optional electric element to recover an additional 6 gallons/hour at the campsite.
All models offer a regulated safety thermostat and are designed with controls up front, for simple installation, operation and maintenance. Choose flush- or surface-mount door for 6 gallon models. All 10-gallon models require flush mount door.
The model SW6DEM a motor aided spark ignition. This unit is a LP gas or 110 volt electric system without the hassle of a pilot that can go out. The model SW6DE is a 6 gal. Direct Spark and Electric unit.
There is no doubt that you are going to have some questions if you are looking to replace the water heater in your consignment RV Houston, feel free to contact PPL Motorhomes and ask for Boyd McMakin, he knows almost everything you’d need to know about the subject.