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LG-#2PKG - #2 Hotomatic Baptistry and more Water Heater
  • Little Giant is proud to offer the only gas baptistry heater on the market today.
  • These heaters are made of copper coils and are designed to be used on a closed loop recirculation system
  • Our gas baptistry heaters have the capability of heating a 1000 gallon baptistry pool by 30 degrees in a little over three hours.
  • We offer our gas baptistry heaters in two different btu ratings, 65,000btu and 120,000btu. With the use of our circulation pump, they can be installed in the most convenient location, and the plumbing routed to the baptistry. 
  • Heats 90GPH (60 degree rise) or 180GPH (30 degree rise)
  • Runs on Natural Gas or LP
  • Includes thermostat.
  • Dimensions are 11-1/4"square x 22-1/2" tall (65,000 BTU) and 13-3/4" square x 30" tall (120,000 BTU)
  • Pair with a 30 gallon or larger holding tank (not included) when using for bathroom or kitchen supply.
  • Options: Aqua-Stat, Circulation pump, pilot ignition all sold separate
LG-HOTO - Hotomatic Options
LG-LP - Select LP or Natural Gas
Price per Each
Caution! Heater and all pipe work must be below the baptistry water level. Do not ignite heater until heating system is full of water and circulation is started. Heater and pump must be turned off prior to draining baptistry. Important To prevent coil sweating it is necessary to reduce the rate of water circulation. This can be done by installing a valve in the circulation line. Simply close down on the valve until water condensation stops accumulating on the heater coils. Note Heater, pump and pipe work can be installed beside the baptistry wall. Piping, pump and aquastat must be below baptistry water level with no air traps.