Electric Low Capacity

Light Duty Commercial

Electric cement lined water heater Model E
  • Light Duty
  • 6 - 120 Gallon Capacity
  • Up to 12KW - 1 Phase or 3 Phase

Ceiling Hung Horizontal

Electric horizontal ceiling hung water heater Model HE/HSE
  • Horizontal, Ceiling Hung
  • 20 or 30 Gallon Capacity
  • Up to 20 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

Heat Pump
Hybrid

Hybrid electric heat pump water heater Model PBX
  • Heat Pump Water Heater
  • 40 - 120 Gallon Capacity
  • 1 or 3 Phase

Point-Of-Use Storage

Point-of-use electric water heater Model CE110
  • Point-of-Use
  • 1 Gallon Capacity
  • 1000 or 450 Watts - 1 Phase

Point-Of-Use Tankless

Electric tankless point-of-use water heater Model R
  • Whole House / Point-of-Use
  • Availabe 3 thru 27 KW - 1 Phase

Electric
Booster

Electric booster water heater Model J
  • Booster Heater
  • Provides 180°F water
  • Up to 88 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

Tankless Electric Booster

Electric tankless booster heater Model JTX
  • Tankless Booster Heater
  • Provides 180°F water
  • 11 to 54 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

Heavy Duty Commercial

Commercial heavy duty electric storage water heater Model SE
  • Heavy Duty
  • 6-120 Gallon Capacity
  • Up to 58 KW - 3 Phase

Tankless Commercial

Electric tankless water heater Model TX
  • Tankless Commercial
  • Highly efficient tankless
  • Up to 54 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

Large ASME
Heater

Large capacity electric storage tank water heater Model SH
  • Large Capacity
  • 80-5000 Gallon Capacity
  • All KW ratings - 1 or 3 Phase
     

Commercial Gas Tankless

Gas tankless water heater Model GX
  • High Efficiency Condensing Burner
  • Integrated Pump
  • 200,000 and 250,000 BTUs

Integrated Tank with Tankless

Condensing gas storage tank water heater Model GXT
  • High Efficiency Condensing Burner
  • Hydrastone Cement
  • 200,000 to 250,000 BTUs

DI / RO Gas
Tankless

DI/RO gas fired tankless water heater Model DGX
  • DI/RO Water Heater
  • High Efficiency Condensing Burner
  • 199,950 and 250,000 BTU

Gas Tankless Booster

Condensing gas tankless booster water heater Model JBX
  • Gas Tankless Booster
  • For Commercial Kitchens
  • 250,000 BTU

Gas Storage
Heater

Condensing gas storage tank water heater Model GXT
  • Non Condensing Burner
  • Hydrastone Cement
  • 200,000 to 250,000 BTUs
   

Large ASME
Steam Heater

Steam fired water heater large capacity Model ST
  • Storage Type
  • 80-5000 Gallon Capacity
  • ASME Stamped

Packaged Semi-Instantaneous

Semi-Instantaneous Steam Fired Water Heater Model STX
  • Semi-Instantaneous
  • Space saving design
  • Provides 10,500 GPH

Point-Of-Use
Steam

Storage tank steam fired water heater Model PS
  • Light Duty
  • 80-120 Gallon Capacity
  • For low demand/recovery

High Capacity Instantaneous

Instantaneous steam fired water heater Model F
  • Instantaneous
  • 7 Sq. Ft. of floorspace
  • Up to 120 GPM
     

Semi-Instantaneous Indirect

Indirect fired semi-instantaneous water heater Hubbell Model BWX
  • Semi-Instantaneous
  • Vertical or Horizontal
  • ASME Stamped

Large ASME
Indirect

Indirect fired storage tank water heater Hubbell Model BW
  • Storage Type
  • Vertical or Horizontal
  • 80-5000 Gallon Capacity

Small Capacity Indirect

Indirect fired storage tank water heater model T Transflow
  • Indirect Fired
  • 30-120 Gallon Capacity
  • Utilizes boiler water

Solar

Solar water heater Model SLN
  • Solar Heater
  • Vertical Storage Type
  • 30-120 Gallon Capacity
       

Storage
Tanks

ASME and None ASME storage vessels Hubbell Model StorageTank
  • ASME & Non ASME designs
  • Hydrastone Cement
  • Vertical or Horizontal

Buffer
Tanks

ASME and None ASME storage vessels Hubbell Model BufferTank
  • Carbon Steel Construction
  • Long Warranty
  • ASME Section VIII, Division 1
   
       

Circulation (Instantaneous)

Electric circulation heater Hubbell Model CR
  • Circulation (Instantaneous)
  • Heavy Duty Construction
  • 25-1600 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

Explosion
Resistant

Electric hazardous location water heater Model ER
  • Hazardous Location
  • 10-120 Gallon Capacity
  • Up to 58 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

Industrial Process Heater

Electric process industrial water heater Model V
  • Process Systems & Industrial
  • ASME Stamped
  • Up to 88 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

Emergency Shower Tankless

Electric tankless safety shower water heater Model ETX
  • Tankless Emergency Tepid Water
  • NEMA 4 Standard
  • Up to 88 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

RO / DI Heater Compact

DI/RO electric hot water heater Model HD
  • RO/DI Water Heater
  • Point-of-Use Heater
  • Up to 88 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

RO / DI Heater Storage

DI/RO electric hot water heater Model D
  • RO/DI Water Heater
  • 1-120 Gallon Capacity
  • Up to 88 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

Tepid Water for Emergency Fixtures

Electric safety shower water heater Model EMV
  • Emergency Tepid Water
  • Fully packaged system
  • Integrated mixing valve

Fully Integrated Package

Model Packaged Skid
  • Customized to your specifications
  • Full featured system ready for your application

Light Duty
Electric

Electric water heater for shipboard marine use single phase power Model ME
  • Light Duty
  • 6-120 Gallon Capacity
  • Up to 6 KW - 1 Phase

Large ASME
Electric

Electric water heater for shipboard marine use large capacity Model MSH
  • Large Capacity
  • 80-5000 Gallon Capacity
  • All KW ratings - 1 or 3 Phase

Heavy Duty
Electric

Electric water heater for shipboard marine use three phase power Model MSE
  • Vertical
  • 6-120 Gallon Capacity
  • 1 or 3 Phase - Up to 58 KW

Tankless
Electric

Electric tankless water heater for shipboard marine use model MTX
  • Tankless Marine Heater
  • Provides 180°F water
  • 11 to 54 KW - 1 or 3 Phase

Naval

Naval shipboard marine electric water heater Hubbell Model 177
  • MIL Spec Navy Heaters
  • Comforms to MIL-H-965
  • Shock and EMI protection

Fully Integrated Package

Turn-key hot water system
  • Customized to your specifications
  • Full featured system ready for your application
   

Immersion Heating
Elements

Electric immersion tubular style heaters
  • Immersion Electric Heaters
  • Flanged or Screw Plugs Types
  • All KW ratings - 1 or 3 Phase

Heat Transfer
Coils

Heat exchanger and heating coil water heaters
  • Immersion Heat Transfer Coils
  • U tube type
  • Range of Materials
   
       
Electric High Capacity
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Model GX

Condensing Gas Tankless Water Heater

Available in 199,950 and 250,000 BTU

The GX Series tankless water heater is designed to be Hubbell's commercial 'workhorse'. The GX is engineered with minimal components to maximize durability even in the most demanding of commercial applications. The heat exchanger is a unique floating stainless steel unwelded design making it the right choice for maximum reliability and longevity. The GX is your answer for high output and low operating costs. Installation of the GX fits ideally where external recirculation pumps and/or storage tanks already exist or are to be installed. The GX Series with integrated circulating pump and control valve create the ultimate in performance and versitility.


Model GX Water Heater Specifications

Parameters Models
GX200 GX200P GX250 GX250P
Type Indoor, Wall hung, Fully condensing
Fuel Preset for NG / LP convertible
Minimum / Maximum Input (Btu/h) 30,000 / 199,950 30,000 / 250,000
Combustion Efficiency 98%
Thermal Efficiency 94% 92%
Energy Factor 0.93 N/A
Dimensions H x W x D (inches) 25.9 x 17.5 x 14.2 (3.7 cu. ft)
Weight (lbs) 90 98 90 98
Water Inlet / Outlet Connection 3/4" NPT
Gas Inlet Connection 3/4" NPT
Minimum Flow Rate 0.6 GPM None 0.6 GPM None
Ignition Electronic Spark Ignition
Venting Type Either Direct Vent (2 pipe - intake & exhaust) or Power vent (1 pipe - exhaust only)
Venting Materials Sch. 40 PVC, Sch. 40 CPVC, Polypropylene, Stainless Steel
Max 3" Vent Length - Single Pipe / Power Vent 200 ft, deduct 5 ft per 90° elbow 130 ft, deduct 5 ft per 90° elbow
Max 3" Vent Length - Two pipe / Direct Vent 100 ft, deduct 5 ft per 90° elbow 65 ft, deduct 5 ft per 90° elebow
Max 2" Vent Length - Single Pipe / Power Vent
(2" not allowed at elevations above 4,000 ft)
26 ft, deduct 5 ft per 90° elbow N/A
Max 2" Vent Length - Two Pipe / Direct Vent
(2" not allowed at elevations above 4,000 ft)
21 ft, deduct 5 ft per 90° elbow
Common Venting Yes
Safety Features Flame Rod, Thermal Fuse, Overheat Prevention Device, Fan Speed Monitor, Flue Temperature Monitor, Blocked Vent Detector, Water Leak Detector, Water Shut Off Valve, 2X10A Fuse, Dual Flame Sensing
Water Pressure Min / Max (PSI) 30 / 150
NG/LP-Minimum Static Gas Pressure 1/2" 5" (non-corrugated, black iron) 6" (non-corrugated, black iron)
NG/LP-Minimum Static Gas Pressure 3/4" 2.5" (non-corrugated, black iron)
NG/LP-Maximum Static Gas Pressure 14"
Gas Pressure for Adjustments 8" for NG, 11" for LP
Electrical 120V AC, 60 Hz
Power Consumption 500W (Max 4.2 Amps), 8W (Standby)
Features GX200 GX200P GX250 GX250P
Recirculation / Tank Loading No-Pump Built-In Pump No-Pump Built-In Pump
Cascading Masterless, 10 units
Heat Exchanger Expandable, 316L Stainless Steel
ASME Heat Exchanger Available No No Yes - Model GX250A No
Certifications GX200 GX200P GX250 GX250P
Energy Star Listed Yes Yes N/A N/A
SQAQMD Certified 2012 Low Nox Yes Yes N/A N/A
ETL/cETL Listed (ANSI Z21.10.3 and CAN/CSA 4.3) Yes Yes Yes Yes
Performance GX200 GX200P GX250 GX250P
Hot Water Capacity (35°F Rise) 10.8 GPM 13.2 GPM
Hot Water Capacity (45°F Rise) 8.4 GPM 10.3 GPM
Hot Water Capacity (77°F Rise) 5.0 GPM 6.0 GPM
Domestic Mode Temp. Setting Range 100 - 140°F (adjustable 1° increments)
Commercial Mode Temp. Setting Range 100 - 185°F (adjustable 1° increments)
Note: Energy Star and SQAQMD Certified 2012 Low Nox on models GX200 and GX200P Models
Continuing research results in product improvement; therefore specifications are subject to change without notice. For most updated information, consult the factory directly.

Top Connections
Description Specifications ²
Gas Supply Inlet Connection 3/4" Male NPT
Water Supply Inlet Connection 3/4" Female NPT
Heated Water Outlet Connection 3/4" Female NPT
Exhaust Gas Vent 3" O.D. PVC Schedule 40
Fresh Air Intake 3" O.D. PVC Schedule 40
Bottom Connections
Description Specifications ¹
Drain Connection 3/4" Female NPT
Condensate Drain Connection 3/4" Nipple (3/4" flex hose)
Power Supply 120V AC Power Cord
¹ Requires a 3" or 2" reducer when using 2" venting pipe
² Using sizes other than specified can cause damage to the water heater and will void the warranty.

Outline Dimensions

Outline Dimensions
Model GX Flow Rates and Pressure Drop Charts

Venting Information

Hubbell Maximum Vent Length Table
Number of Units Venting Type Duct Size 2" 3" 4" 6" 8"
btu/h Input GX200 GX200 GX250 GX200 GX250 GX200 GX250 GX200 GX250
1 1 pipe - PV 26 200 130 200 130
2 pipe - DV 21 100 65 100 65
2 1 pipe - PV 200 130
2 pipe - DV 100 65
3 1 pipe - PV 100 30 200 130
2 pipe - DV 50 30 100 65
4 1 pipe - PV 200 130
2 pipe - DV 100 65
5 1 pipe - PV 200 130
2 pipe - DV 100 65
6 1 pipe - PV 200 130
2 pipe - DV 100 65
7 1 pipe - PV 200 130
2 pipe - DV 75 45
8 1 pipe - PV 100 30 200 130
2 pipe - DV 50 30 100 65
10 1 pipe - PV 200 130
2 pipe - DV 100 65
Note: Reduce the maximum equivalent length above by 5 feet per 90° elbow and by 2 feet per 45° elbow used. Do not exceed the above set limits.

Installation and Manifold Configuration

Install and connect the hot water lines. If an optional hot water storage tank is required, connect the hot water lines to this tank also.

Model GX Manifold Piping Configuration
  1. Connect a 3/4" NPT coupler (1) to the water heater's hot water connection.
  2. Install a 3/4" union connection (2).
  3. Install a 3/4" tee fitting (3). Install either a pressure relief valve or a temperature and pressure relief valve (4), as required by your local code.
  4. Install and route a 3/4" discharge pipe from pressure relief valve (4) to within 6 inches of the floor and directed away from walkways or other appliances.
  5. Following local building codes, install a manual shut-off valve (5) using 3/4" with 3/4" NPT fittings.
  6. Install a drain valve on the bottom of the unit.
  7. Connect the unit to the existing hot water lines. If the existing plumbing is 1/2" pipe, adapters may be used to transition from the 3/4" pipe. If multiple water heaters are being installed, the diameter of both the cold water lines and the hot water lines need to be sized appropriately.
  8. Leak test the water piping before placing the unit in operation.
IMPORTANT The pressure relief valve must be rated at 150 psi, the maximum btu/h input of the unit, and comply with all local building codes and standards. Do not install any restrictions or other valves in the pressure relief line.
NOTE: For energy conservation, the hot water pipes should be insulated. Also insulate any recirculation water lines.

In order for the water heater to operate properly and efficiently, the clearances specified in the table below are required.

Required Mounting Clearances
Location From Combustibles From Non-Combustibles Service Clearance¹
Top 6" (15.2 cm) 2" (50.8 cm) 12" (30.4 cm)
Back² 5/8" (15.8 mm) 5/8" (15.8 mm) 5/8" (15.8 mm)
Sides 1" (25.4 mm) 1/2" (12.7 mm) 5/8" (15.4 mm)
Front 2" (5.1 cm) 2" (5.1 cm) 30" (76.2 cm)
Bottom 12" (30.4 cm) 12" (30.4 cm) 12" (30.4 cm)
CO₂ and CO Standards
Description CO₂ Range (%) Max. CO Level (ppm)
Natural Gas
High Fire 8.8% to 9.1% < 200 ppm
Low Fire 8.6% to 8.9% < 60 ppm
LP Gas
High Fire 8.8% to 9.1% < 200 ppm
Low Fire 8.6% to 8.9% < 60 ppm
¹ Service clearances are suggested dimensions to allow for normal service of the unit.
² Installing (hanging) the unit with the included btackets automatically sets this dimension.

Optional Equipment

  • Manifold multiple units (water side only)
  • Combination unit (with plate and frame)
  • High temp unit (190°F)
  • Wall/Floor mounted rack (Up to 7 pcs)

Advanced Manifold System

Model GX Advanced Manifold SystemHubbell units can be daisy chained within minutes through our advanced manifold system without the need to buy a separate master controller. Units are connected using a standard phone RJ11 cable, which is included with every Hubbell GX tankless model.
Model GX Fully Packaged System

Fully Packaged System

STAND ALONE PACKAGED SYSTEM
  • Engineered and built to meet your specifications
  • Factory integrated system simplifies installation
  • Factory selected components ensures reliable performance as a system

Masterless Manifold System

Model GX Masterless Manifold System

The Hubbell GX Series Condensing Tankless Water Heaters have a significant operational advantage for commercial applications. Short and quick deliveries of relatively large volumes of hot water are difficult for pure tankless systems: whether it be the cycling of the pre-rinse sprayers and/or dishwashers in restaurants, the 60 lb laundry machines in hotels and laundromats, the constant cycling of the wands in hair salons, the cycling of the sprayers in multi-bay car washes, batch/dump load processing or the peak loads in sports clubs, apartment buildings and hotels, tankless cannot react quick enough in many cases to properly supply stable temperatures. For these type of applications, tankless works best in combination with a storage tank to deliver uniform hot water at the highest levels of efficiency.

Model Number Designation



Step 1
Series:
GX
DGX
CX
JGX
JBX

Step 2
mBTU/HR:
150
200
250
500
750

Step 3
Options:
P = Pump
A = ASME Heat Exchanger*
Ø = No Pump
-

Step 4
HT = High Temp

Available Hubbell Gas Tankless Water Heaters

GX - Standard Commercial Water Heater
DGX - RO/DI Water Heater
CX - Combi Heater
JGX - Water Heater for Restaurants
JBX - Booster Water Heater for Dishmachines

Model GX Specific Questions

What temperature should I set my water heater?

For typical domestic potable hot water service the temperature of your water heater at 125°F is sufficient. This prevents wasted energy (which means cost savings for you) and also decreases the possibility of scalding water burns. If you run out of hot water on this setting, increase the temperature by five degrees incrementally until your hot water needs are met. The goal is to have the temperature set just high enough to meet your needs but within safe operating parameters. Please note that a water heater in and of itself should not be relied upon as the ultimate temperature controlling source for the hot water delivered to your fixtures. Please consult local and state codes for installation of the proper and code approved (ASSE 1016, 1070, 1017) mixing devices to achieve the safe delivery of hot water to the fixtures. For a more complete information please download the whitepaper PDF titled "Understanding Potential Water Heater Scald Hazards" developed by ASSE at the following link ASSE Whitepaper

What are the minimal mounting clearances?

From combustibles: Top 6”, Back 5/8”, Sides 1”, Front 2”, Bottom 12”. From non-combustibles: Top 2”, Back 5/8”, Sides 1/2”, Front 2”, Bottom 12”

Will I get instant hot water with a tankless water heater?

This is a common misconception of tankless water heaters. A tankless water heater does heat water on-demand instantly. Just like a tank water heater, it still takes the same amount of time for the hot water to travel through the pipes and flush out the standing water that has cooled down and is already inside the hot water plumbing. No matter what type of heater is installed, it will always take time for the hot water to travel through the plumbing before arriving at the fixture. The length of time it takes always depends on the length of the pipes, the amount of flow through the fixture and the water pressure. In general, a centralized water heater will require the most time to deliver hot water to the fixture, whereas a Point-of-Use water heater will deliver hot water to the fixture in the shortest amount of time.

Which is better for me, a tankless or storage type water heater?

It depends. A tankless water heater is sometimes referred to as a Point-of-Use (POU) or instantaneous water heater. Due to the relative small physical size of a tankless water heater compared to a storage tank water heater, a tankless option can be advantageous from a space saving perspective and can sometimes be installed closer to where you want hot water (hence the term POU). However, tankless heaters are not suited for many applications, so it is critical that before choosing to go tankless you have carefully considered all of the factors that sometimes make the tankless option more complicated and risky compared to a storage type water heater. In particular, you should understand the operational characteristics, maintenance requirements, reparability, and sometimes significant installation requirements of a tankless water heater before making a decision. Tankless units do not store heated water like a storage type water heater; they only heat water as there is demand and therefore must be sized to meet the maximum flow for the application. In some cases a tankless water heater may improve operating efficiency, but possibly at the expense of user comfort. Hubbell tankless water heaters are available in Electric Tankless or Gas Tankless

How is a tankless heater different from a storage tank heater?

A storage tank water heater maintains a tank full of hot water 24/7/365 and will heat water even during periods of no usage in order to make up for standby heat loss. A tankless water heater only consumes power (whether its gas or electric) when there is demand for hot water. They take up significantly less space and typically can be located close to the point of use, thus providing more efficient delivery of hot water. Tankless water heaters provide continuous hot water and never run out as long as the heater capacity is not exceeded.

General Questions

Where can I purchase a Hubbell water heater?

There are numerous ways to purchase a Hubbell water heater depending upon the model you desire and your geographic location. The easiest way is to contact Hubbell directly at 800-647-3165 and ask for the sales department where you will be directed to either our local representative or our order entry department for quick and easy ordering.

Where can I purchase replacement parts?

Parts are available for your Hubbell water heater direct from the factory. Please call 800-647-3165 and ask for our parts department. Please have your model and serial number handy.

I don't see the size or feature I need, what do I do?

Hubbell has more than 35 product families available in over 4,000,000 configurations. There are numerous features, configurations and ratings we provide but for practical reasons are are not listed in the sales brochure. If you have a specific requirement and you do not see it in the brochure, please contact a Hubbell Sales Engineer...chances are we have what you need.

What should I know about Legionella disease?

Legionella is the bacteria responsible for Legionnaire’s Disease, an acute bacterial infection of the lower respiratory tract. This bacterium was first identified in 1977 by the Centers for Disease Control as the cause of an outbreak of pneumonia that caused 34 deaths at a 1976 American Legion Convention in Philadelphia. Pontiac Fever is a less severe, non-pneumonia, flu-like disease that is associated with and likely caused by Legionella bacteria. Legionella is a fairly common water bacterium and has been found to exist widely in many surface water sources including lakes, rivers, streams and ponds. It can also be found in ground water sources and some soils. At the levels found in these naturally occurring sources it typically does not pose a threat to public health. When the bacterium enters a domestic water system it can find an ideal host environment of warm water temperatures (105-115°F), stagnant water areas (isolated storage tanks and dead-end piping legs) and ample food sources (sediment, scale, deposits and biofilm). Under these conditions Legionella can rapidly colonize, forming higher concentrations that can pose the public health threat of Legionnaire’s Disease. There are many methods of controlling colonization of Legionella bacteria. However, a widely accepted and preferred method is to maintain the hot water system storage temperature continually at or above 140°F. Unfortunately, the elevated temperature necessary to minimize the growth of and kill Legionella bacteria has the potential to cause serious thermal shock and scalding injuries. As such, many plumbing engineers will specify that the water heater be set to maintain water temperatures at 140°F or higher to reduce the risk of Legionella, but then specify the appropriate mixing valve to ensure safe delivery of hot water to the fixtures. For a more thorough discussion of Legionella please go to here and the following link to the US Department of Labor OSHA information regarding Legionnaires’ Disease OSHA here

My question is not found in these FAQ’s, where do I look next?

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Model GX Specific Questions

My question is not found in these FAQ’s, where do I look next?

Check out the Hubbell Product Center at Here for a complete listing of all technical documentation available by model. Get easy access to Installation, Operation & Maintenance manuals, Sales Brochures, Service Bulletins, Wiring Schematics, Parts Breakdowns and various other technical documents related to the full line of Hubbell water heaters. Or, if you prefer, please call us at 800-647-3165 and ask to speak to a Sales Engineer.

Where can I purchase replacement parts?

Parts are available for your Hubbell water heater direct from the factory. Please call 800-647-3165 and ask for our parts department. Please have your model and serial number handy.


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