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IndustrialModel iQ 250D

Smarter, versatile, deionized water heating for labs, factories and plants.
Industrial environments demand rugged, deionized-water heaters—and this model meets the challenge. Built for tight spaces and tough conditions, the iQ 250D is the most compact and only gas-fired deionized tankless water heater on the market. Count on this unit to deliver efficient, consistent, durable performance in diverse applications—industrial finishing/cleaning; electronic parts fabrications; food processing; water purification; reverse osmosis systems; as well as the aerospace, cosmetics, pharmaceutical and glass industries.

LARGE CAPACITY, NO SINGLE-POINT FAILURE

The iQ 250D units can be cascaded—up to 10 altogether—for a combined capacity of 2,500,000 Btu/h. Best of all, these heaters do not require a master controller (the kind that can cause single-point system failure). With Intellihot’s patented design, each unit has enough internal logic to operate independently. In fact, if any one unit needs to be checked or serviced, the other units will continue to function smoothly to ensure continuous hot water.

AT A GLANCE
316L
1ROBUST
withstands highly corrosive
deionized water
no-247-waste
2GREEN
fully condensing, 96% efficiency, no 24/7 energy waste with tank standby losses
6-year-guarantee
3FULLY WARRANTED
an industry-best 6-year
commercial HX warranty

 

KEY FEATURES
  • Gas-fired – 73KW of heating capacity available with low pressure drop; capable of 9.6 GPM at 50F temperature rise
  • Commercial-grade – features a surgical stainless-steel heat exchanger for long life
  • Trouble-free – flexible heat exchanger built to accommodate quick temperature changes and continual on-off cycles with minimal stress
  • Compact – high power (73KW) in a small package vs. electric water heaters, with no need for 440V or large amperage
  • ASME-HLW compliant – suitable for applications managed by engineers, specifiers and contractors
  • Best ROI – uses natural gas, which lowers operating costs vs. electric water heaters