The Kensington Water Heater project is mandatory to comply with Section 40G of the Public Utilities Act 2001, which requires all storage installations to be submitted to the Public Utilities Board (PUB) for an Acknowledgement of Authorized Heater Replacement. This ensures that the installation meets all relevant regulations and standards, providing peace of mind regarding the safety of the installation. By complying with this requirement your storage water heater installation is authorized and safe to use. Let PUB ensure that your installation meets all necessary requirements and protects you.
1. Supply of tank, pipe and fittings
2. Removal of old tank
3. Pipe works partial redo to comply PUB
4. New tank installation
5. Testing and commission. Submission to PUB
6. Clean up before leaving
7. PUB approval letter
The electric water heater as a whole unit (i.e. parts incorporated in the water heater itself such as heating element, pressure relief valve/temperature relief valve, water tank, etc. shall be tested in accordance with the following:
Our licensed water service plumber has ensured that work is done in accordance with the conditions stated below:
In conclusion, the Rheem EHG30 Water Heater is a high-quality and reliable product that meets all necessary regulatory requirements. The installation was carried out in compliance with PUB regulations, ensuring the safety and effectiveness of the new water heater. We are pleased to inform that we have received the PUB Approval Letter for the installation. This letter means that PUB has a record of this heater replacement job it is authorized.