Girard 2GWHAM On-Demand Tankless Water Heater

March 21, 2019 - Comment
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Girard’s new 2GSWH is the culmination of years of research and experience. We listened to our customers and incorporated everything they wanted into our new Tankless Water Heater. Endless hot water that is easy to operate, turn on the hot water and add cold water to the desired temperature. The on-board micro-processor monitors the incoming cold water temperature, the flow rate and the outgoing hot water temperature to maintain a constant, steady hot water flow.

Product Features

  • Regulates the burner to maintain the set hot water temperature.Freeze protection – designed for winter Use
  • 42,000 BTUs which provides the optimum performance for an RV’s plumbing
  • No special LP gas lines or special plumbing required
  • Quiet brushless motor
  • 12V power operates at less than 3 amps


Anonymous says:

Do not buy this product, it does not work It does not work. I had 2 units and a new circuit board and they all had the same issue. Everything said the same error and the service people did not know what it was and that error was not in the manuals. So, I was stuck without hot water for over 4 weeks and I am a full timer. The idea and if it worked, it would be a great product. They have to make it so it will work.

Anonymous says:

we will use our RV more now. we love using our RV but our trouble was always if we weren’t just at the lake and used it in places where my wife would want to get dressed up and shave her legs and such then the short showers from the 6 gal hot water tank really frustrated her. Well, problem solved. The showers are as long as she needs now. Notice though!! An on demand hot water heater has a few things about it that a person needs to know. You should feed it good clean water. Put a water filter in front of it. Also,…

Anonymous says:

No more cold showers, no more waiting for hot water! Best money I’ve ever spent! One year update….The unit is still running like a champ! I’m getting a 73°F rise across the unit in the winter time with 40 something inler water temp. I can find no fault with this unit.Three month update…Still running strong AND using less propane than I would have otherwise with the 12 gallon suburban. As we all know, running dsi heaters with both propane and a.c. element create faster recovery. A non issue with the Girard unit. I am seeing a 65°F…

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