So, for example, the legacy Bosch Pro 920ES is now the Bosch Therm C 1210ES. This means that this heater can produce 9.2 GPM of hot water at a 45 degree F rise and 12.1 GPM at a 35 degree F rise.
This naming change was done, so it seems, to align Bosch with an emerging industry de facto standard of showing the flow rate at a 35 degree F temperature rise. In reality, showing the flow rate at a 45 degree F temperature rise made more sense as a 45 degree F temperature rise is more realistic average across the US. However, with other manufacturers advertising their heaters 35 degree F flow rate, it appeared that their tankless water heaters had a higher flow rate (which was of course not true).
So, now Bosch's published flow rates allow for easier comparisons to those of other manufacturer's heaters.
Bosch did make some upgrades to the new models, so actually the newer heaters have more capabilities than their older legacy heaters. More about those details in later blog entries...
Here is a brief listing of the name changes:
- Old: Bosch Pro 920ES | New: Bosch Therm C 1210ES
- Old: Bosch Pro 920ESC | New: Bosch Therm C 1210ESC
- Old: Bosch Pro 800ES | New: Bosch Therm C 1050ES
- Old: Bosch Pro 715ES | New: Bosch Therm 940ES & Bosch Therm 940ESO
- Old: Bosch Pro 425HN | New: Bosch Therm 520HN
- Old: Bosch Pro 425PN | New: Bosch Therm 520PN
- Old: Bosch Pro 260PN | New: Bosch Therm 330PN
The part numbers for the Bosch Electric whole-house and point-of-use tankless water heaters did not change, nor did the Ariston Pro Ti names change.
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