SECTION III. PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
DESCRIPTION. The Water Heater is a liquid fuel fired, water heating device that supplies hot water.
The water heater raises the temperature of the incoming water and maintains it at the desired temperature.
Heated water is then discharged through a manifold. The electric power (1.2 kw at 5.7 amps) required to
operate the water heaters should be supplied by a self-contained portable 3 Kw, 60 Hz, 208 V, 3-phase power
generator. All electrically operated components of the water heater are grounded through a fifth wire.