Rheem Electric SpaPak

Rheem Electric SpaPak Heaters Series

Brass Headers
Brass headers prevent rust stains from harming your pool or spa’s surface, giving you years of trouble-free swimming pleasure. They also allow for a corrosion free connection to your spa plumbing, making any future servicing a snap


Copper Water Vessel
The Rheem Electric Spa heater has a completely non-ferrous waterway. The cast brass headers are connected with an all copper water tank. This ensures that the spa water only comes in contact with a rust free environment. This helps keeps your spa rust stain free


1-1/2” Water Connections
Every Rheem Electric Spa heater comes standard with 1-1/2″ NPT male connections to make your installation secure and effortless. No other special connections are required, such as current collectors or heat sinks


Heating Element
The heart of any electric heater is the heating element. The Rheem Electric Spa heater comes with a robust, incoloy sheathed heating element. The top of the element is 3/16” stainless steel, again, ensuring a rust free environment


Rheem Electric Spa heaters use commercial grade components. Take one look at the heavy duty power contactor and you know this heater is built to last


Inside every Rheem Electric Spa heater is a built-in device to prevent overheating. In the event the heater is energized when the water flow is insufficient, a resetable high limit will prevent the heater from operating in an unsafe condition


240v Operation
Both of the Rheem Electric Spa heaters operate with 240v single phase power.  The model 552 draws about 23 amps @240v and the model 1102 draws about 46 amps @240v


Energy-smart Rheem heaters consistently achieve the highest efficiency ratings.  They exceed all federal and state standards

Two Sizes: 5.5 & 11 KW
Brass & Copper water vessel
1-1/2″ Male NPT water connections
Incoloy Heating Element
Meets or Exceed Federal Energy Standards
Indoor or Outdoor

Limited Warranty – 2 years if installed in a single family residential dwelling, 1 year if installed anywhere other than a single family residential dwelling