Rheem Marathon Electric Water Heater - 50 Gallon

The Rheem Marathon Electric Water Heater (50 Gallon) is made with unmatched toughness, strength, and durability, hence reducing the recurring cost of reinstalling a water heater. The heater is insulated with polyurethane foam to prevent rust and corrosion and reduce energy consumption. The heater has a self-cleaning action feature at the bottom of the bowl-shaped tank and inlet tube, thus avoiding the build-up of sediments.

The Rheem Marathon Electric Water Heater (50 Gal) has an overall height of 47.25” (120 cm) and diameter of 28.25” (71.8 cm). The Rheem Marathon Electric Water Heater (50 Gal) weighs 95 lb (43.1 kg) and has a tank capacity of 50 gal (189 L).

Collection of elevation and plan drawings of the Rheem Marathon Electric Water Heater (50 Gal) with height and diameter

The Rheem Marathon Electric Water Heater (50 Gallon) is made with unmatched toughness, strength, and durability, hence reducing the recurring cost of reinstalling a water heater. The heater is insulated with polyurethane foam to prevent rust and corrosion and reduce energy consumption. The heater has a self-cleaning action feature at the bottom of the bowl-shaped tank and inlet tube, thus avoiding the build-up of sediments.

The Rheem Marathon Electric Water Heater (50 Gal) has an overall height of 47.25” (120 cm) and diameter of 28.25” (71.8 cm). The Rheem Marathon Electric Water Heater (50 Gal) weighs 95 lb (43.1 kg) and has a tank capacity of 50 gal (189 L).

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Height: 
47.25” | 120 cm
Width:
28.25” | 71.8 cm
Depth:
28.25” | 71.8 cm
Length:
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Weight:
95 lb | 43.1 kg

Tank Capacity: 50 gal | 189 L

UEF: .93

Type:
Electric Tank Water Heater
Designer:
Rheem
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Drawings include:
Rheem Marathon Electric Water Heater - 50 Gallon front elevation, plan

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