Hot Water Heaters
No more cold showers on your camping holiday with Anaconda's modern camping hot water system. Shop for your camping shower, water heater and other portable hot water system products at Anaconda, all available for the best possible price.
1 item found.
WHAT TYPE OF HOT WATER HEATERS CAN I BUY FROM ANACONDA?
At Anaconda, we offer the latest models of Coleman, Joolca and Sea to Summit gear, including portable gas water heaters that run on LPG or Propane. These shower camping luxuries are for modern campers. They can be hooked up to a water pump or other water supply to run a shower system, washing machine, ensuite, kitchen sink and any other camping connection requiring instant hot water. Anaconda water heaters and shower tent products are in demand with Australians who want to take camping and motorhome experiences to the next level. A portable gas hot water heater can be stored safely and set up in minutes for instant water flow wherever required.
Camping water heaters are easy to connect and provide plenty of shower system water pressure. A 12v pump can run a range of utilities around the campsite or in the motorhome. Tankless water supply is a camping luxury, and Anaconda provides the portable water heater solutions for every style of camping. Tankless water heaters, also known as demand-type or instantaneous water heaters, are ideal in outback Australia where dust and sweat build up in no time.
These instant hot water heaters are connected to LPG bottle or propane tank gas hose for instant and continuous stream of thermostat controlled hot water. Anaconda products include a range of shower heads, water pumps, gas hot water system accessories, and spare parts. Camping shower and ensuite hot water systems can be remotely controlled for tailored camp shower style, and you can even run a washing machine while you are relaxing around the campsite or motorhome.
WHAT ARE CAMPING HOT WATER HEATERS USED FOR?
Hot water heaters provide instant hot water for the camping shower system, kitchen area, ensuite, washing machine and any other camping equipment that can be powered by LPG or Propane gas. Anaconda standout products include the Aqua Cube Logic that connects seamlessly with the shower hose and water pump for optimum water pressure and camp shower pleasure.
Traditionally, if you wanted to have something as simple as a cup coffee or tea, you'd have to first fire up your camp stove or get a campfire going then wait a couple of minutes for your water to boil. If you wanted a hot shower for just one person, you'd have to wait even longer for your kettle or pot of water to boil, just to heat up your shower water a few degrees higher than ambient. Aside from the extra work and time required to be able to enjoy these basic amenities, it also wastes a lot of fuel in the process.
With a modern camping water heater, you can have a consistent flow of hot water at the touch of a button. If you're camping with several people, a portable water heater can be a real time saver - not to mention, a very welcome luxury when the weather gets colder. Washing dishes also goes a lot quicker when you have a steady stream of hot water to help soften up and wash away the grime off your dishes. With the time and energy you save, you can relax and enjoy the outdoors more with your friends and family. In addition, everybody ends up having a better overall disposition with all the little extra creature comforts a portable water heater is able to provide.
Camping water heaters are small enough to be easily packed away in a car, caravan or motor home.
WHAT FEATURES DO CAMPING WATER HEATERS HAVE?
Most modern portable water heaters have an LCD readout that lets you know important details like your remaining battery power and temperature settings.
When buying a camping water heater, find out how much water it can heat up on a single propane or LPG tank. It's also a good idea to know how many minutes of runtime you can expect from a single battery charge. Finally and most importantly, you'll want to check if the water heater is powerful enough to increase the temperature of your water supply by several degrees higher than ambient.