Southeast Church Supply


Since 1979 providing churches with baptistries, steeples, pews, kneelers, cushions, altar candles, paschal candles, candlesticks, tabernacles, offering boxes, baptistry heaters and more!

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SS-6-42HL - Baptistry Water Heater 240V Immersion
  • Easy to use baptistry pool Immersion Water Heater
  • THIS WILL NOT PLUG IN TO A STANDARD OUTLET. YOU MUST HAVE A 220/240v OUTLET (Similar to Clothes Dryer Outlet) This model will not work on 208v.
  • Heats 60 GPH with a 40 degree rise or 120 gallons/hour with a 20 degree rise at 240v. current
  • Heat a 1000 gallon baptistry in about 17 hours or less
  • Stainless steel mounting bracket  supplied for easy mounting
  • Thermostat adjusts from 55 to 115 degrees and cuts off when desired temperature is reached
  • High limit cutout protects from overheating
  • ***60" cord plugs into a NEMA 6-30 style outlet (Uses 25 amps)
  • For safety, heater MUST be used with a GFCI protected outlet or breaker.
  • UPDATE- DELIVERY IS RUNNING 8-12 weeks due to various supply disruptions.

Regular Price:$650.00
Sale Price:$625.00
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UPDATE: We will ship Model SS-3-42HL which is the current version and replaces the older Model SS-6-42HL. The units are pretty much identical and no specification changes are noted in the two models.

Shipping Dimensions 52" x 18" x 4" Shipping weight 11 lbs
 

It doesn't get much easier than this, simply suspend the heating element in the water and plug the heater in to a 240 volt outlet. 

This is a simple low-cost way to heat baptistry water without spending money on plumbers and installation. Perfect for existing baptistry installations where installing a circulation heater would be difficult or expensive.

You can use the included metal bracket to mount the heater to the baptistry side wall, or somce churches mount the unit to a length of 2 x4 that can be easily placed over the baptistry opening and removed before use. 

 

 For safety, heater MUST be used with a GFCI protected outlet or breaker.

 

Specifications     240 Volts Single Phase three wire cord (5ft) with plug. This is the same style plug used on your home clothes dryer.

 
  • Adjustable thermostat allows you to set the desired water temperature from 55°F to 115°F. Unit will maintain temperature to desired temperature +/- 3°
  • Hi-Limit cut out switch set at 125°F (+/- 4°) helps prevent damage to the heater if it's accidentally left on after the water is drained.
  • 25 Amps 6000 Watts
  • Made of Stainless Steel and Incoloy. Incoloy is superalloy designed for superior resistance to corrosion in high temperatures
  • No Installation or plumbing required. You DO need a 220 or 240v GFI outlet to plug it in to.
  • Pilot light and on-off switch provided, indicates desired temperature when reached and breaks circuit when element is not in use.
  • UL Listed
 

Baptistry Heat-Up Times

  • Heat 60 GPH - Gallons per Hour- (40° Rise)

  • Heat 90 GPH - Gallons per Hour- (30° Rise)

  • Heat 500 gallons in 8.3 hours (40° R) or in 4.15 hours (20° R)

  • A 750 to 1,000 gallon Baptistry can be heated in:
    • 13 to 17 hours (40° Rise)
    • 8-1/2 to 11 hours (30° Rise)
    • 6-1/2 to 8-1/2 hours (20 degree rise) in temperature.
Check your water temperature from the faucet to determine how long it will take to heat up your water. A good target range varies from high 80's to low 90's depending on the time of year, ambient temperature and age/health of the person being baptized. (i.e. Elderly in winter may require higher temps than a healthy 20 yr. old in Summer, etc.)
 

Need to heat your water faster? Order two of these heaters! (Verify electrical circuit capacity 1st)

(For general reference purposes ONLY the numbers on the dial go from 4 to 9. 4 = 55 degrees, 5=65, 6=75, 7=85, 8=95, 9=105. Actual temps may vary due to outside air temp and other variables. This is not a guarantee of actual acheivable temperature and if your unit does not reach these temps that is not indiciative of defective product or poor performance and is not a product return issue) 
  • Heater can be operated on 120 volts, but power will be reduced to 1.5KW and will heat 15 GPH (40°R) or 30 GPH (20°R). (Have a qualified electrician change out the cord set for 120v use)