AquaMAX 390 Litre Gas Hot Water Heater

Brand: Aquamax Hot water
Product Code: G390VE
Price: $1,119.00$1,219.00 Incl GST: $1,119.00

AquaMAX 390

The AquaMAX 390 patented inbuilt mixing valve gives you 390 litres first hour delivery with a five star energy rating.

While the tank holds 155 litres, the stainless steel cylinder can store water at a much higher temperature than a vitreous enamel tank. The mixing valve (Control A) adds a controlled mix of cold water at the unit’s hot water outlet, giving 205 litres or more hot water delivery in the initial draw, at 60ºC or at the setting you choose when Control B is set at 4.5 or higher.

With 185 litres recovery per hour after that, the 390 is the largest volume domestic storage water heater available.

As an installation option, your plumber can install twin temperature delivery. This will give you greater flexibility so you can enjoy the convenience of 65ºC hot water in the kitchen and laundry when you need it, while taking comfort in the knowledge that it is safer for kids with bathroom hot water taps at 50ºC or lower.

Specifications AquaMAX 390
Cat. No. AquaMAX 390
Gas type Natural
Tank capacity 155 Litres
Nominal gas consumption 40 MJ/Hr
AGA Star Rating Index 5 stars
Recovery rate at 45°C rise 185 Litres/Hr
Installation type External only
Pressure & temperature relief valve setting 1400 kPa/99°C
Max. water supply pressure 1100 kPa
Tank material stainless steel
Water inlet connection Rp 3/4” female
Water outlet connection Rp 3/4” female
Gas connection 1/2” compression
Warranty 10 years (on cylinder)
WaterMark licence number W200
Overall height 1635 mm
Width (approx.) 520 mm
Depth (approx.) 610 mm
AGA approval number 6114
Weight empty (approx.) 59 kg
  • Natural Gas
  • 155 Litre Stainlees Steel tank
  • In-built mixing valve
  • 390 Litre first hour capacity
  • 5 Star Energy Rating
  • 10 year cylinder warranty
  • External installation
AQUAMAX 390 diagram
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT FOR AquaMAX 390

The 390 water heater is fitted with two water temperature control valves: (Refer to diagram)

(a) A water mixing valve labelled ‘Control A ’ which controls the temperature of water delivered from the unit. By opening the water mixing valve the heater can deliver water below 50˚C while the tank water is maintained above 60˚C.

(b) A thermostatic valve labelled ‘Control B‘ which controls the temperature of the tank water.

Control A

‘Control A‘ 3.0
Mixing Valve Control A (Water delivery temp. 50˚C approx.)

Control B

‘Control B‘ 3.5
Thermostat Control B (Stored water temp. 65˚C approx.)

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