80 Gallon Hybrid Electric Heat Pump Water Heater - 10 Year Warranty

80 Gallon Hybrid Electric Heat Pump Water Heater - 10 Year Warranty

Model: HPE2K80HD045V    Lowe's Item* #: 89263


  • ENERGY STAR® qualified appliance
  • Energy Factor (EF) ratings up to 2.4 - may qualify for federal tax credits, local and utility company rebates
  • Less than ½ the annual operating costs of standard electric models ($201 vs $540)
  • Increased storage capacity: acts like a battery to store heat energy reducing operating costs even further, provides more hot water for showers every morning
  • Advanced electronic control system: touch screen user interface makes it easy to set temperature, operating mode, and child safety lock feature
  • Three operating modes to optimize energy savings and performance; Efficiency, Hybrid, and Electric, Vacation mode saves money while you are away, all operational and diagnostic information displayed in English, dry fire protection - protects heating elements
  • Maintenance Free Powered Anode Rod protects the tank for the life of the water heater
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Product Dimensions
Weight:410 lbs.
Configuration and Overview
Capacity:80 Gallons
Family Size:5+
Energy Star Certified:Yes
Energy Factor:2.30
Annual Cost of Operations:$226
LCD Display:Yes
Self Cleaning:No
Warranty Tank:10 Years
Warranty Parts:10 Years
Warranty Labor:1 Year
Max Wattage:4500
Emissions Standards:No Emissions
Foam Insulation:2 inches
Water Connection Location:Side
Water Connection Size:3/4 inch
T&P Relief Valve:Yes
Energy & Eco-Friendly
Energy Factor:2.30
80 Gallon Hybrid Electric Heat Pump Water Heater - HPE2K80HD045V 4 5 5 5
So far it is working great. Like all the settings. Did not think we would get it in but we did. The settings are great. Not as noisy as some as said. The sound is like someone turned on a fan. It is working great. Cannot wait to see the bill. November 28, 2014
Works great lower electric bill Unstallled unit over a year ago. Installing it was no different than a regular water heater with the exception of installing a drain line.Electric saving started on day 1 and continue to today. I live in SW Florida so it runs in Hybrid mode only. It is in my gagage and cools the garage also. Love this product July 30, 2014
Worked for a day I installed my unit and all seemed like a go - temperature was coming up nicely. The next morning - nothing - had power on board - but that was about it. It's been a week and half - still no parts - CS said they have 13 boards on BO - (should tell you something). If I can't get a new board soon - I'll have to return the unit as I need some hot water... Looks like AO Smith is identical. Live and learn... February 21, 2014
Cut your water heating bill more than half!!! Although our electric Whirlpool water heater was relatively new in a home we just bought, I snatched one of these heat pump water heaters up as soon as I could acct our electric bill was in the $200 to $300 range every month. I've switched out all the remaining incandescent light bulbs to LED, already, so the next big energy user was the water heater. The 80 gal version is massive, close to 7' tall and 410 lbs. Make sure you have help moving this and the room wherever you locate this. Although I initially paid to have it installed, the installer came up with a bogus excuse for not being able to do unless an electrician moved the electrical. I ended up doing myself (electrical outlet location was fine). Although straight forward, it is a time consuming job...having to re-plumb since the water lines don't coincide with the traditional locations to hook up a water heater and running new condensate lines. Since I was working on the plumbing, I installed a Whirlpool Whole Home Filtration System, too. Our basement is the perfect place for this and will serve two functions...efficiently heating water and dehumidifying the moisture down there! October 5, 2013
Energy Savings Instant Install was a breeze took about 2 hours cause you have to run additional condensate drain lines. From the time I hit the breaker, it ran approx 4 hours to heat 80 gallons of water to 120 degrees in the Hybrid mode and used about 5kwh. I have since switched to Efficiency mode and the heater runs about 3 times a day for about an hour each time consuming approx 3-4 kwh for the day compared to a traditional water heater that would use 16kwh per day. I am very interested in seeing my first months bill. I also expect to see bigger savings as the summer months kick in and it gets hotter in the garage and the heat pump doesn't have to work as hard. Very interested in how it will hold up over time. with my savings and rebates and the cost of the unit it should pay for itself in less then 2 years. March 16, 2013

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