Water Heaters are Built to Handle Harsh Water Conditions

Weil-McLain now offers a line of water heaters with composite construction tanks built to handle even the harshest water conditions. The Aqua Pro indirect-fired water heaters feature a non-metallic, corrosion resistant design that delivers high first hour ratings and recovery. 

The Aqua Pro line of water heaters feature a non-metallic, corrosion resistant design.
The Aqua Pro line of water heaters feature a non-metallic, corrosion resistant design.

Built with durability and longevity in mind, the AHRI-Certified Aqua Pro units are available in four sizes – 30, 55, 80 or 119 gallons – making them flexible for a range of applications. Its non-metallic tank allows for maneuverability and installation ease in basements, storage rooms or other tight spaces.  

Other features of the Aqua Pro include top connections for access ease, a digital temperature control ensuring accurate delivery temperature for comfort, and no anode to check and maintain. 

The unit also features a removable copper finned coil, a brass drain valve, and two-inch foam insulation that minimizes stand-by heat loss. The unit is designed without welds for a seamless tank construction. 

The Aqua Pro is designed to install into any system and matches with any Weil-McLain boiler to provide domestic hot water. 

To learn more about the Aqua Pro line of indirect-fired water heaters, visit the website or contact a Weil-McLain regional sales office.

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