- Product Info
Unlimited Supply of Hot Water
A Stiebel Eltron Tempra® responds directly to your demand for hot water without interruption. Showers will always be hot, even if there are several taken in a row and they run long. A tank water heater may be able to deliver more water all at once, but once the tank starts to deplete things get cold and pretty quickly come to a standstill while waiting for the tank to recover.
Easy to Size for Every Home - Find the Right Size
Hot water needs vary from home to home. Stiebel Eltron’s full line of Tempra® tankless water heaters offers a variety of choices to meet all requirements.
The largely depends on the temperature of the ground water and the number of bathrooms in a house. It’s easy to determine which Tempra® model best satisfies a household’s needs. Click the map for the complete Sizing Guide.
If there are high flow showers, or another out-of-the-ordinary situation, please call or email for advice. Stiebel Eltron service representatives provide assistance and make recommendations on sizing, or any other matter concerning our water heaters, to both homeowners and professional installers.
Sleek Design Saves Space and Reduces Waste
By installing a Stiebel Eltron Tempra®, you will free up several square feet of floor space that your bulky hot water tank is now using. Also, due to their small size, they use vastly less raw material to manufacture compared to a tank. Disposal of a tankless has a much lower environmental impact, and all major components are recyclable.
Easy to Install
A Stiebel Eltron Tempra® doesn't cost any more to purchase than a conventional tank water heater. Installation is often cheaper. Because storing water at high temperatures shortens the lifespan of a conventional tank water heater, Stiebel Eltron tankless units also have a longer service life, saving you money by reducing how often replacement is necessary.
Large and bulky hot water tanks are usually placed in a basement or utility room. Because the tank may not be close to where hot water is used, there is a wait for hot water. A Tempra’s compact design can be installed close to the hot water taps. When this can be done, in new construction for instance, the wait for hot water becomes as short as possible. Even in a retrofit, where it might not be possible to place a Tempra® closer to the hot water draw-off points, its considerably smaller size has many advantages.