Little Giant Circulation Heater Systems
6kw or 11.5kw
As the grandfather, or "Old Faithful" of baptistry heaters, Little Giant has been making these heating systems for over four decades. They started it all back in the 70's and are still manufacturing these baptistry heater systems to churches throughout the U.S. and the world today. In fact, Little Giant was the first baptistry heater manufacturer in the US way back in 1921. The design is basic, which reduces problems and provides years of worry-free service. The system consists of the heater, circulation pump, and installation kit. Everything you need for permanent installation to your baptistry. Built-in thermostat provides temperature settings from 55-105 degrees F. Hi-limit reset prevents accidental over-heating at 118 degrees F. Installation is easy and can be done in less than two hours. These units can be mounted vertical or horizontal to fit almost any space. The system will circulate water out of the baptistry, into the heater, then back into the pool on a continuous cycle until the desired temperature is met. It will then maintain that temperature thereafter coming on periodically to reduce energy consumption. With replaceable controls and elements, there is no need to replace the whole heater if you have a problem. Incoloy elements provide for years of worry-free use.
6000 Watt Circulation Heater System $499.00
- Requires 240 Volt-Single Phase GFCI Protected Circuit
- Can be used on 208v with a 25% reduction in wattage output
- Can be used on 120v with a 75% reduction in wattage output
- 1" NPT Inlet/Outlet
- Adjustable Thermostat for precise temperature control
- Insulated body to reduce heat loss
- Industry Leading 15 Month Warranty!! No other manufacturer offers more than 12 months warranty except Little Giant heaters.
*Includes heater, pump, & installation kit
*Heats 100 gallons per hour at 30 degree rise in temp
11,500 Watt Circulation Heater System $675.00
*Includes heater, pump, install kit, 60amp contactor, & 24v Transformer
*Heats 200 gallons per hour at 30 degree rise in temp